From the archives of The Hall Of Fantasy, we’ll hear The Treasure Of Kublai Khan on today’s show. This one first aired July 20, 1953.
Browsing: The Horror
The House In Cypress Canyon from Suspense makes it on every horror favorite list I’ve seen. It’s also one of Pete’s favorites, and you can thank him for hearing it on today’s show. It first aired December 5, 1946.
If you’d like to share your favorite, email [email protected] and put “horror favorite” in the subject line. You just might hear it on the next show!
It’s Lights Out on this episode of The Horror. We’ll hear the episode from August 10, 1946 titled The Ghost On The Newsreel Negative. The audio gets pretty crunchy half way through this one, but I’ve done all I can to help it sound better.
Don’t forget that you can send in your favorite horror themed episode for possible play on the Wednesday show. Send it to [email protected], and please put Horror Favorite in the subject line.
Our horror favorite this week is Murder Castle from Lights Out. This episode first aired August 3, 1943 and is loosely based on serial killer H.H. Holmes. Thanks for your submission Stephanie!
We visit the cave by the restless sea today for an episode from The Weird Circle. Based on Ambrose Bierce’s 1891 short-story, we’ll hear The Middle Toe Of The Right Foot. This one first aired May 21, 1945.
We hear from one of the early radio horror series this week with The Witch’s Tale. The Bronze Venus was first heard in 1931, though the version we’ll hear was a two-part episode presented in August of 1935.
Sounds like my intro got cut out. Sorry!
Wednesday means your favorite episodes of golden age horror! Let me know your favorite episode by emailing [email protected], and including “My horror favorite” (or similar) in the subject line.
We hear one of my favorite episodes from The Hall Of Fantasy this week. The Shadow People first aired September 5, 1952.
We’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater this week. Land Of The Living Dead first aired November 3, 1977.
Quiet, Please took to the air June 8, 1947 and united friends Wyllis Cooper (writer), and Ernest Chappell (announcer/actor) for what some call the best horror and science fiction series from radio’s golden age. We’ll hear Wear The Dead Man’s Coat, which first aired February 23, 1948.