Our strange tale comes from The Whistler this week. This episode, titled Shadow Of A Mind, first aired June 5, 1943.
The Whistler provides another weird trip for us this week with A Matter Of Courtesy, an episode that aired May 13, 1951. Then it’s No Leg To Stand On from Five Minute Mystery.
The Suspense Replay episode this week is titled Lost, and first aired October 14, 1954.
The Whistler aired from May of 1942 to September of 1955, and produced 694 episodes. From it we’ll hear In The Dark, an episode from February 7, 1943.
First this week is The Whistler, with Payment In Full from September 1, 1948. Then we Believe It Or Not with Never Grew Up.
Suspense Replay closes out the show with an episode from May 3, 1954 titled The Giant Of Thermopylae.
The Whistler begins this weeks offering with Death In 16mm, an episode from July 17, 1949. Then it’s Believe It Or Not with Sleepy Head. To close, it’s Inner Sanctum with The Listener which first aired July 20, 1952.
We’ll a hear strange tale from The Whistler this week. Death Demands A Payment first aired December 19, 1943. The series aired from 1942 to 1955, producing 694 episodes.
The Whistler joins us first this week with an episode titled The Man In The Trench Coat from June 17, 1951. Then we hear from Believe It Or Not with Ink Blot Test. The Haunting Hour closes out this show with Double Threat from 1945 (begins at 29:12).
The Whistler begins our hour of radio this week with The Alibi, which first aired October 25, 1942. Next up is Believe It Or Not with Hidden Treasure. The Sealtest Variety Theater closes this show with a halloween party thrown by Boris Karloff which aired October 28, 1948 (begins at 30:55).
Suspense starts things off this week with their episode from July 18, 1956 titled The Man Who Threw Acid. Next is Believe It Or Not and Great Talent. The Whistler ends this episode with Last Request, which first aired October 17, 1954 (begins 27:25).
Wait a minute. Have you heard the strange tales of The Whistler? You’ll hear one first on this week’s show. From October 4, 1942 it’s The Urge To Kill. Then it’s You Tell Me Your Dream from Incredible But True. Orson Welles presents The Spotted Bedsheet on The Black Museum to close out today’s offering. That show aired in 1952 (begins at 29:23).