Our strange tale this week was adapted from a story published by Edgar Allan Poe in 1839 titled, William Wilson. The Weird Circle aired its version September 9, 1943.
Browsing: Strange Tales
The Clock offers up our strange story this week with their episode titled, Amazon Island. This episode first aired January 31, 1956.
This week on Strange Tales, we’ll hear from Wyllis Cooper’s Quiet, Please. From November 21, 1948 here is One For The Book.
As usual with this series, the audio isn’t perfect.
Our strange tale comes from The Creaking Door this week. This series took to the air in the mid-1960’s in South Africa. We’ll hear Midnight Express, their episode from January 25, 1965.
We hear from the Inner Sanctum on this episode of Strange Tales. This series produced over 500 episodes during its 11 year run, including the one we’ll hear titled, Deathwatch In Boston. This one first aired November 15, 1948.
We hear from The Whistler this week with their very first episode. Airing May 16, 1942, here is Retribution.
Our story this week was written by Lucille Fletcher for the Columbia Workshop. From July 20, 1942 we’ll hear Someone Else.
How about some Peter Lorre in your strange tale today? This week we hear from Mystery In The Air, a short-lived series Lorre hosted and starred in. From September 11, 1947, here is The Queen Of Spades.
Jane wrote in and requested this episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. It’s titled, The Rise And Fall Of The Fourth Reich, and first aired May 16, 1975.
We hear from The Creaking Door on this weeks episode with their program titled, Who Stopped The Train? from November 16, 1964.