The Weird Circle first aired from 1943 to 1945. Two seasons of adaptations of famous stories like the one we’ll hear today. Based on a story by Charles Dickens, here’s The Trial For Murder. This one first aired May 19, 1944.
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The Weird Circle was produced between 1943 and 1945, and aired first over NBC stations. This episode, The Bride Of Death, was originally broadcast sometime in 1945.
Based on the Wilkie Collins story of the same name, we’ll hear an episode titled Mad Monkton from The Weird Circle. Produced between 1943 and 1945, this syndicated series aired over various stations at various times. This episode may have originally aired sometime in 1944.
The Weird Circle brings us an episode based on a story by Hans Christian Anderson titled The Shadow. This episode first aired sometime between 1943 and 1945.
Today, The Weird Circle brings us their adaptation of Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s story The House And The Brain. The story was written in 1859 – this audio version first aired July 15, 1943.[audio:http://archive.org/download/Horror5/TheHorror386.mp3]
On this episode, we’ll hear an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Oblong Box as done by The Weird Circle. This episode aired sometime in 1944.[audio:http://archive.org/download/Horror5/TheHorror377.mp3]
Our strange tale this week was adapted from the novella by George Eliot titled The Lifted Veil. The story was first published in 1859, and this radio adaptation first aired January 9, 1944 on The Weird Circle.
Our horror favorite today comes from Sunny, who wanted to hear The Wooden Ghost by The Weird Circle. This episode first aired September 9, 1943.[audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorror4/TheHorror368.mp3]
Our horror favorite this week comes from Therese, who wanted to hear an adaptation of The Evil Eye from The Weird Circle. The script was based on the Theophile Gautier story, and aired sometime in the mid 1940’s.[audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorror3/TheHorror338.mp3]
We’ve got another incursion inside The Weird Circle for today’s show. This one is titled The River Man, and aired sometime in the mid-1940’s.
Have a favorite episode you’d like to hear? Send it along to [email protected] (please put Horror Favorite in the subject line) and I’ll be happy to share it with the rest of the class![audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorror3/TheHorror333.mp3]