I Deal In Crime starts things off on this week’s episode of Case Closed. From it we’ll hear, The Davis Daughter Case from April 15, 1946. After that, Mr. And Mrs. North share their story from December 29, 1953, The Witness.
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This week on Case Closed, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator shares his April 6, 1954, story, The Schemers. Then, Night Watch takes us along for a Rolling Pin Victim And Suicide Attempt. That episode aired December 15, 1954.
This week on Case Closed, Rogue’s Gallery is up first with its story from October 4, 1945, Blondes Prefer Gentlemen. After that, Sherlock Holmes cracks the case of The Harley Street Murders, which first aired in 1947.
This week on Case Closed, Matthew Slade, Private Investigator brings us, The Secret Gray Man, his case from October 25, 1964. After that, Box 13 tells us the story, Death Is A Doll. That episode aired March 13, 1949.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first on this episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear The Headless Peacock, his story from July 16, 1949. Then, Pat Novak, For Hire tells us of the John Brown Gambling Ring, his episode from August 3, 1947.
Case Closed begins with The Crime Club this time. We’ll hear Death Swims At Midnight, their story from August 28, 1947. This Is Your FBI follows with, The Jolly Widow. That episode was first heard August 22, 1952.
This week on Case Closed, Broadway Is My Beat starts off the show with, The Jimmy Dorn Murder Case from July 7, 1949. Then, Boston Blackie brings us his story from March 12, 1946, Lee Chow Murdered.
This week on Case Closed, Dragnet gets things going with The Big Shot, its episode from September 21, 1952. Then, Nick Carter, Master Detective shares its April 15, 1944 broadcast, A Cat Brings Death.
Stand By For Crime is up first this week on Case Closed. From it we’ll hear, Prisoners Of The Revolution from 1953. Then, Death Paints With Purple on Mystery Is My Hobby. That story first aired September 24, 1947.
This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe gets things started with The Hairpin Turn, his story from January 28, 1950. Then, Crime Classics brings us Jean-Baptiste Troppman; Killer Of Many. That episode aired February 17, 1954.