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).
This weeks show begins with Long Distance from the Radio City Playhouse. This episode first aired July 3, 1948. Next up is Strange Death from Believe It Or Not. The Whistler closes out this show with Death And The Emperor from September 17, 1947.
The Whistler starts off another hour of old time radio this week with Backlash, which first aired April 21, 1947. Then Incredible But True brings us The One That Got Away. I Cover The Waterfront completes our show with the audition episode which aired August 29, 1955 (begins at 33:44).
We hear first from The Whistler this week. The Penalty first aired March 28, 1943. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Funny Election. Obsession closes this episode out with Cousin Charley, which first aired in 1952.
The Whistler serves up the thrills this week with The Black Book. This episode first aired April 28, 1947. Don’t forget, no new shows for the week of August 23rd to 30th.
It’s an episode from The Whistler for this weeks thriller. This one first aired September 3, 1943, and it’s titled Destiny.
This week the man who knows many things, namely The Whistler, shares another tale with us. From November 7, 1948 we’ll hear Cover-Up.
Our thriller this week takes us once again to The Whistler. From March 12, 1950 we’ll hear Strange Meeting.
The Whistler starts things off this week with an episode from January 3, 1943 titled The Weakling. Then it’s a quick Believe It Or Not and Thrifty Nephew. Then it’s John Steele, Adventurer and Long Shot from April 18, 1950.