This week on Strange Tales we’ll hear from The Sealed Book. The series aired for 26 episodes between March and September of 1945, airing this story titled To Have And To Hold on August 12 of that year.
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The Mysterious Traveler provides our strange tale this week. From May 25, 1947 we’ll hear Mind Over Murder.
Next week, The Sealed Book!
We wrap up our month long salute to evil ventriloquist dummies with this one from The Creaking Door. Here’s The Dummy, which first aired May 18, 1964.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we’ll hear from Suspense with an adaptation of a story by Ray Bradbury titled, Riabouchinska. This one was originally broadcast November 13, 1947.
Here’s another story revolving around a dummy. It’s the audition episode of Escape titled, Dead Of Night. It first aired March 21, 1947.
Inner Sanctum kicks off our month of stories featuring ventriloquist dummies with, The Deadly Dummy. This one first aired January 24, 1949.
Don’t forget our vampire Wednesday’s and undead Saturday’s on The Horror this month as well!
We’ll hear from The Clock this week, a series first produced for ABC which ran from 1946 to 1948. It was revived by the Australian Broadcasting Company in 1955. From the Australian edition, here’s The Past Or The Present, from February 14, 1956.
More from Wyllis Cooper’s Quiet, Please! today. This episode was first broadcast January 23, 1949. It’s titled Summer Goodbye.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we’ll hear more from Suspense. This episode is titled It’s All In Your Mind, and first aired July 20, 1958.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we once again step beyond the creeping door for a story by Inner Sanctum. This one, titled The Night Is My Shroud, first aired April 2, 1946.