This week old Nancy brings us another offering from The Witch’s Tale. We’ll hear The Flying Dutchman, a story first aired February 1, 1932, then again in April of 1934.
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We hear from The Witch’s Tale on today’s episode of The Horror, one of the earliest surviving examples of radio horror programs first airing in 1931. The episode is titled The Troth Of Death, and aired March 11, 1937.
Our horror favorite this week was sent in by Christopher who asked for an early episode of The Witch’s Tale. This story first aired March 6, 1933 though this version may have aired later. Here’s Graveyard Mansion.
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We hear from one of the early radio horror series this week with The Witch’s Tale. The Bronze Venus was first heard in 1931, though the version we’ll hear was a two-part episode presented in August of 1935.
This week we’ll hear a classic radio adaptation, of a classic horror story. First airing sometime in the 1930’s, we’ll hear Frankenstein from The Witch’s Tale.
Next week, come back for another episode of The Hall Of Fantasy.
We’ll hear from The Witch’s Tale this week. This series aired on WOR, and Mutual stations in syndication from 1931 to 1938. The episode we’ll hear first aired August 27, 1935 and it’s titled The Knife Of Sacrifice.
This week’s horror comes courtesy of The Witch’s Tale. We’ll hear The Mannequin, an episode that first aired September 11, 1933.
This week our serving of horror comes from The Witch’s Tale. We’ll hear The Violin, which first aired May 3, 1934.
This week we join Old Nancy and her cat Satan for another episode of The Witch’s Tale. This one aired in December of 1934, and it’s titled The Hairy Monster. The story was told in two parts, pasted together here for your enjoyment.
The sound quality is not fantastic on this one, but I hope you can enjoy it anyway.
Today we’ll hear from old Nancy and The Witch’s Tale. The House Of The Bridegroom first aired in June of 1933 then again in November of 1937. I’m unsure when this particular version aired.