This week on Strange Tales, The Whistler presents his story from April 21, 1955, Incident At Chalk Point.
Our story comes from The Whistler on this episode of Strange Tales. We’ll hear The Nemesis, first broadcast January 10, 1943.
The Relic Radio Show begins with The Whistler this week. Here’s his story from January 23, 1949, Impulse. After that, it’s Bold Venture with An Invitation To Death. That episode first aired January 14, 1952.
We hear from The Whistler on this week’s Strange Tales. Here’s their story titled, The Master’s Tree. This was first heard April 30, 1945.
Cavalcade Of America starts of this week’s Relic Radio Show with their March 24, 1937 episode titled, The House Of Glass. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a One Track Mind. We close with The Whistler and his story, Boomerang. That one was first heard March 11. 1946.
This week’s hour of radio drama begins with I Fly Anything. We’ll hear Destination Tahiti, which was first heard March 27, 1951. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Loyal Soldier. We close with The Whistler, and his May 21, 1945 story titled, The Man Who Bought Death.
On this week’s installment of Relic Radio Thrillers, we hear from The Whistler with his story from June 8, 1952 titled, Man In The Way.
The Whistler was a long running series for CBS that ran from 1942 to 1955. From it, we’ll hear a story from its first year titled, Apparition.
He knows many things, and he’s on Strange Tales this week. The Whistler presents his story from January 17, 1943 titled, The Thief.
The Whistler starts off our hour of classic radio this week with its episode from December 25, 1949 titled, Letter From Cynthia. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Couldn’t Say No. We close with The Avenger, and The Department Of Death. That one originally aired January 30, 1946.