This week old Nancy brings us another offering from The Witch’s Tale. We’ll hear The Flying Dutchman, a story first aired February 1, 1932, then again in April of 1934.
Browsing: The Horror
“J” wrote in looking for a good ghost story, and I hope this one fits the bill. We’ll hear Lanceford House from Beyond Midnight (previously known as The Green Vase). This episode first aired January 24, 1969.
We heard from Vincent Price and Peter Cushing last week, so how about a little Peter Lorre for today’s show? From Mystery In The Air, we’ll hear Mask Of Medusa which first aired September 4, 1947.
We hear from the Price Of Fear on today’s episode of The Horror. This episode, The Man Who Hated Scenes, stars Vincent Price and Peter Cushing. It aired sometime in the early 1970’s.
Our horror favorite this week was requested by Pete, and comes from Dark Fantasy. This series was relatively short lived, producing 31 episodes including the one we’ll hear today titled Pennsylvania Turnpike. This one first aired March 20, 1942.
Part of the 1970’s old time radio revival, The Devil And Mr. O (that O belonging to Arch Oboler) rebroadcast Lights Out episodes from three decades earlier. We’ll hear an episode originally broadcast in 1942 as Mister Maggs, titled here as The Chest. This aired January 28, 1972.
Our horror favorite comes from Sherry this week. She asked to hear The Ring Of Thoth by Escape. Based on the Arthur Conan Doyle story, this episode first aired August 11, 1947. Thanks Sherry!
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On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. A Horror Story first aired December 11, 1978.
David wrote in asking to hear something that aired over the Armed Forces Network. Well, Macabre not only aired over it, but was also produced by it. Here’s The Man In The Mirror, which first aired November 13, 1961.
Send in your horror favorite to [email protected], and please put Horror Favorite in the subject line of your email. Thanks!