On this episode we’ll hear a suggestion from Dana for The Black Seagull. This episode of Inner Sanctum first aired March 7, 1943 and features Peter Lorre. Thanks Dana!
Browsing: The Horror
This week we have an offering from Wyllis Cooper and Quiet, Please. This series aired first on Mutual stations before moving to ABC radio, and aired from 1947 to 1949. We’ll hear Come In, Eddie which first aired December 1, 1947.
**If you’re a stickler for audio quality skip this one.
On this episode we’ll hear again from Price Of Fear, as requested by Kevin. We’ll hear Remains To Be Seen, the first episode of the series. Thanks Kevin, Ashton, and Haylee!
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We’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater today, with an episode from February 2, 1974 titled A Ghostly Game Of Death. Hosted by E.G. Marshall for seven of its eight-year run, the series produced 1,399 episodes.
More Inner Sanctum for you today! We’ll revisit an episode we haven’t heard in awhile titled The Wailing Wall. This one first aired November 6, 1945 and stars Boris Karloff.
Today we hear from Dark Fantasy, a series created by Scott Bishop that aired on the NBC network for 31 episodes between November 1941, and June 1942. This episode, titled A Delicate Case Of Murder, first aired February 20, 1942.
We visit The Hermit’s Cave once again for this show, and hear an episode we haven’t heard since 2007 titled The Mystery Of The Thing. I’ve always seen this one listed as The Mystery Of The Strange Thing, and that’s what I say in the intro, but the Hermit has it a little different. Either way, enjoy!
Today we’ll hear two from The Black Mass, a series suggested by Troy, and one we’ve not heard from in quite a while. First is their adaptation of the Ambrose Bierce story The Boarded Window which aired February 12, 1964. That will be followed by The Haunted House, taken from a story written by Virginia Woolf.
Our horror favorite this week was sent in by Scott, who asked to hear a classic from Quiet, Please. The Thing On The Fourble Board first aired August 9, 1948.
We hear from Beyond Midnight on today’s episode. This story is based on the Charles Dickens story The Signalman, and first aired March 28, 1969. Here’s The Train.