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Mystery Is My Hobby starts off this week’s episode of the Relic Radio Show.  From it we’ll hear, The Case Of The Walking Corpse.  Then, Frank Sinatra is Rocky Fortune in, On The Trail Of A Killer, his story from January 5, 1954.

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This week on the Relic Radio Show, Suspense brings us a story titled, The Track Of The Cat.  That one was first heard February 18, 1952.  Then, The Mysterious Traveler rolls in with The Good Die Young, a story from February 27, 1944.

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Another hour of radio drama begins with Four Into Seven Won’t Go from Columbia Workshop.  That story first aired April 30, 1938.  Then, Hollywood Sound Stage presents Shadow Of A Doubt, its episode from January 10, 1952.

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The Relic Radio Show begins with Box 13 this week.  We’ll hear House Of Darkness, which first aired July 3, 1949.  Then, we open the Diary Of Fate for The Stanley Becker Entry.  That one is dated April 17, 1948.

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This week’s Relic Radio Show begins with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen, and their story from January 28, 1948 titled, The Bubble Dancer And The Buccaneers.  Then it’s Floating Down The River from The Zero Hour.  That episode originally aired January 4, 1974.

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Theater Five opens this edition of The Relic Radio Show.  From it we’ll hear, Your Time Is Up, an episode from August 20, 1964.  Then, The Avenger  shares a story of Death In Mid-Air, his adventure from September 28, 1945.

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This week on the Relic Radio Show, we hear an hour long episode from MGM Theater Of The Air.  Here’s their adaptation of the 1934 film Stamboul Quest.  This was first broadcast August 11, 1950.

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This week’s Relic Radio Show begins with The Soul Of The Great Bell from Authors Playhouse.  That story originally aired September 1, 1944.  Next, Believe It Or Not presents, Free Criminal.  We close with The Green Hornet and, A Question Of Time, his episode from March 5, 1946.

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On the Relic Radio Show this week, The Damon Runyon Theater starts us off with their story from November 14, 1948 titled, For A Pal.  Then, Believe It Or Not shares a Hidden Treasure.  We close with the NBC Short Story, Honor, their episode from April 4, 1951.

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Cavalcade Of America starts of this week’s Relic Radio Show with their March 24, 1937 episode titled, The House Of Glass.  Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a One Track Mind.  We close with The Whistler and his story, Boomerang.  That one was first heard March 11. 1946.

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