On this episode of The Horror we’ll take care of a request that came in via Twitter for Murder Castle by Lights Out. This story was first broadcast February 16, 1938, and then again August 3, 1943.
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The Black Mass was produced during the mid to late 1960’s, and adapted many classic horror stories from a number of different writers. We’ll hear their version of the Bram Stoker story, The Squaw. This first aired January 4, 1964.
On the show today, another story from the mind of Wyllis Cooper and Quiet, Please. We’ll hear Little Fellow, which first aired December 17, 1947.
The Weird Circle first aired from 1943 to 1945. Two seasons of adaptations of famous stories like the one we’ll hear today. Based on a story by Charles Dickens, here’s The Trial For Murder. This one first aired May 19, 1944.
On today’s show we’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater and one of their episodes from 1978 titled, A Horror Story. Thanks for the suggestion Mary!
We take another trip down The Hall Of Fantasy this time with their episode from July 20, 1953 titled, The Treasure Of Kublai Khan.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear Arch Oboler present The Devil And Mr. O. This series, which aired from September of 1971 to March of 1972, consisted of rebroadcast episodes of Lights Out shows. We’ll hear Alley Cat, the first of the series, which aired September 17, 1971.
More from Suspense on this episode of The Horror. From March 16, 1944 we’ll hear Narrative About Clarence.
This Wednesday we’ll hear from The Hermit’s Cave. First heard October 20, 1946, here’s Fever.