On this episode of The Horror, Suspense brings us their adaptation of a story by W.F. Harvey titled, August Heat. The story was first published in 1910. This production aired May 31, 1945.
This week on Relic Radio Thrillers, we hear from Suspense with their episode from November 24, 1952, titled, Man Alive.
The recent news story about a ship with a bit of a rat problem prompted a request for this classic horror story. From Suspense, and starring Vincent Price, here’s their November 11, 1956 production of Three Skeleton Key.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
On this episode of Orson Welles On The Air, we hear one of a handful of performances Welles did for Suspense. Here’s Philomel Cottage, which first aired October 7, 1943.
Our thriller comes from Suspense this week. This episode, which first aired February 3, 1949, is titled Backseat Driver.
Suspense starts us off this week with their episode titled, The Clock And The Rope. That story first aired May 9, 1946. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Game Of Chess. We close with The Damon Runyon Theatre, and Tobias The Terrible, their episode from October 3, 1948.
Our strange tale comes from the archives of Suspense this week. From July 8, 1962, the final year of this long running series, we’ll hear The Sin Eater.
We hear from Suspense this week, with their episode from February 17, 1955 titled, The Man With The Steel Teeth.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll an adaptation of the Wilkie Collins story, A Terribly Strange Bed. Suspense adapted the story, written in 1852, for its June 7, 1954 broadcast.
This week, we hear one of a handful of science fiction stories that aired on Suspense. From September 1, 1957, here is Man From Tomorrow.