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.
This episode of Strange Tales features a story from The Whistler titled, Mind Over Matter. It first aired January 24, 1943.
The Whistler starts the show this week with its episode from May 30, 1954 titled, That Cutlerville Affair. Believe It Or Not follows with Fate. We close with Theater Five, and their story from July 14, 1965 titled, The Walls Of Poison Ivy.
This week on Strange Tales, a story from The Whistler. We’ll hear Patients For The Doctor, which first aired November 21, 1943.
Next week, The Mysterious Traveler!
Here’s another tale told by The Whistler. From July 2, 1943, here is The Avengers.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
The Whistler kicks off another hour of radio drama with its episode from January 22, 1945 titled, Seascape. Believe It Or Not follows that with Glimpse Of Life. We close this offering out with I Love Adventure and The Finishing School Kidnapping. That episode aired May 30, 1948.
On this episode of Strange Tales, The Whistler brings us a story titled, The Shrunken Head. This one first aired June 13, 1942.
Another hour of old time radio for you this Tuesday. First, The Whistler tells the tale of the Witness At The Fountain. That episode was originally broadcast September 9, 1946. Believe It Or Not follows with Shell Had His Number.
The Suspense Replay continues with, The Lunch Kit. That one aired April 12, 1955.
We hear from The Whistler this week with their very first episode. Airing May 16, 1942, here is Retribution.