We’ll hear from Theatre Royal this week with their adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s story, Markheim. The story was first published in 1885, and produced for Theatre Royal November 28, 1953.
Browsing: Strange Tales
From the pen of Wyllis Cooper, and the voice of Ernest Chappell, we hear from Quiet Please this week. From September 26, 1948, here is Light The Lamp For Me.
Our strange tale comes from Author’s Playhouse this week. We’ll hear The Inexperienced Ghost, a broadcast based on the H.G. Wells story written in 1902. This one aired December 4, 1944.
On this episode of Strange Tales, The Haunting Hour brings us their episode titled, The Two Mr. Brandts. This episode aired sometime between March 1945, and May 1946.
We’re back in the Inner Sanctum for this episode of Strange Tales. We’ll hear their offering from January 23, 1950 titled, The Hitchhiking Corpse.
Our strange tale this time comes from Nightmare. This series aired for 52 episodes between 1953 and 1954, and was hosted by Peter Lorre. We’ll hear an episode titled The Leech, which first aired April 7, 1954.
We hear from Suspense on today’s episode of Strange Tales. From July 27, 1944 here is The Black Shawl.
Author’s Playhouse presents our strange tale this week. From August 16, 1942 we’ll hear Sam Small’s Better Half.
From the mind of Wyllis Cooper, and the voice of Ernest Chappell, we’ll hear another episode from Quiet, Please today. This one, titled Not Responsible After 30 Years, first aired June 14, 1948.
This week on Strange Tales, we hear once more from Inner Sanctum. This episode, titled No Coffin For The Dead, first aired February 20, 1945.