Wyllis Cooper and Ernest Chapell bring us Quiet, Please for today’s horror. From May 10, 1948 we’ll hear There Are Shadows Here. As with many Quiet, Please episodes the audio quality leaves a little to be desired, but I’ve done what I can with it, and hope you’ll enjoy it.
Browsing: The Horror
Holden wrote in asking for a werewolf story, so I dug this one up out of the archive from Dark Fantasy. W Is For Werewolf first aired February 13, 1942.
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On today’s show we’ll hear some Canadian flavored horror with Theater 10:30. This episode is titled Trespasser’s Will Be Experimented Upon. I don’t have air dates for specific episodes of this series, but it aired from 1968 to 1971.
Time for another horror favorite. Riley sent in a suggestion this week for an episode of The Hall Of Fantasy titled The Night The Fog Came. This story was first broadcast February 26, 1951, then again in syndication March 23, 1953. Most surviving episodes come from the 1953 run. Thanks Riley!
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On this episode of The Horror we hear again from Lights Out. The episode is titled Mungarha, and first aired October 27, 1942.
Our horror favorite this week comes from Therese, who wanted to hear an adaptation of The Evil Eye from The Weird Circle. The script was based on the Theophile Gautier story, and aired sometime in the mid 1940’s.
On this episode we hear once again from Creeps By Night. This one is titled The Six Who Did Not Die, and comes from an AFRS recording that aired July 11, 1944.
Today’s horror favorite came out of a discussion in the forum. Chianti asked to hear this great episode of Suspense, starring Agnes Moorehead, titled The Yellow Wallpaper. It first aired July 29, 1948.
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us All Living Things Must Die for this episode. The story was written by Mystery Theater regular Elspeth Eric, who wrote 115 other stories for the show, and also appeared as an actress on 13 episodes. This one first aired April 29, 1974.
Donovan’s Brain, featuring Orson Welles, is our selection for today. This episode originally aired on Suspense in two parts, May 18 and May 25, of 1944. I trimmed a little off of each (1 Roma Wine commercial is enough for a week) for a smoother transition between the two.