Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts the show off this week with The Eddie Garrett Case from August 27, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Tales Of The Texas Rangers and The Trigger Man. That episode first aired July 29, 1950.
Browsing: Case Closed!
We begin this week with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator with Crimson Queen, which first aired January 4, 1953. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Murder Clinic with an episode from August 18, 1942 titled The Hallway Flat Tragedy.
We’ll hear first this week from Crime And Peter Chambers with Peter Chambers, Murder Suspect, an episode from May 4, 1954. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. We’ll close out this show with WHItehall 1212, and The Case Of Air Cadet Gordon which first aired March 2, 1952.
Rocky Jordan starts the show off this week with Lady In Disguise from May 8, 1949. After Believe It Or Not we’ll hear Box 13 with Delinquent’s Dilemma. That episode first aired February 13, 1949.
The Line Up starts the show off this week with One Dead Husband, an episode from June 10, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Broadway Is My Beat and The Julie Dixon Murder Case. That episode first aired May 22, 1949 (begins at 26:00).
To begin this week we’ll hear The Laura Shields Case from I Deal In Crime, which first aired January 21, 1946. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Richard Diamond Private Detective in The Martin Hyer Case from July 23, 1949.
This week Jeff Regan, Investigator brings us The Man Who Lived By The Sea, which first aired December 18, 1948. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. To conclude the show this week, we’ll hear from This Is Your FBI with The Desert Dictator, which first aired November 2, 1945 (begins at 30:29).
Vincent Price as The Saint opens the show this week with Ladies Never Lie Much from January 7, 1951. Then we’ll finish The Duke Red Matter from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar with parts 4 and 5 from January 26 and 27, 1956.
This week, Night Watch opens the show with Shock, an episode from August 24, 1954. Then we continue The Duke Red Matter from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar with parts 3 and 4, from January 24 and 25 of 1956 (begins at 27:50).
We join Orson Welles in The Black Museum to start the show this week. We’ll hear Four Small Bottles from that series. Then, it’s Your’s Truly, Johnny Dollar with part five of The Alvin Summers Matter from October 28, 1955, and part one of The Duke Red Matter, which first aired January 23, 1956 (begins at 26:37).