Boston Blackie starts this show off with Blood On Blackie’s Sleeve from September 20, 1945. Then it’s our usual Believe It Or Not break. We finish with Pete Kelly’s Blues and Dr. Jonathan Budd, which first aired September 19, 1951 (begins at 26:13).
Browsing: Case Closed!
This week we begin with the Casebook Of Gregory Hood and The Black Museum from June 10, 1946. Then after Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear Stand By For Crime and an episode from 1952 titled Luke Larson’s Murder (begins at 30:09).
Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts things off with The Enigma Of Big Ed from April 4, 1952. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Dragnet closes this episode with Red Light Bandit, which first aired July 14, 1949 (starts at ).
This week Let George Do It starts off the show with an episode titled The Dead Of Night. That one first aired October 13, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Boston Blackie. From November 26, 1946 we’ll hear The Lenny Powell Murder (starts at 30:56).
Our tales of crime begin this week with The Silent Men and Visas For Sale from January 6, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and The Case Of The Sleepy Camel from January 16, 1949. The second episode begins at 31:28.
The show begins with Jeff Regan, Investigator this week. From October 19, 1949 we’ll hear The Lady From Brazil. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar will close out this show with The Templeton Matter from February 7, 1957 (begins at 31:10).
Rogue’s Gallery starts off the show this week with an episode from April 4, 1946 titled Favor For A Condemned Man. After Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear Frank Sinatra in Rocky Fortune and Rodeo Murder from January 12, 1954.
We visit the 21st Precinct to begin the show this week. We’ll hear The Certified 600, which first aired September 8, 1953. After Believe It Or Not, it’s Casey, Crime Photographer and The Demon Miner from March 20, 1947.
It’s Spade and Marlowe this week! We begin with The Crab Louis Caper from The Adventures Of Sam Spade, which first aired March 2, 1951. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and Name To Remember from April 9, 1949.
This week Sherlock Holmes begins our hour of crime. We’ll hear a 1948 version of The Blue Carbuncle. Then it’s Believe It Or Not before Crime Classics closes out this episode. We’ll hear John Hayes, which first aired October 28, 1953.