Suspense provides the strangeness this week. We’ll hear their episode from March 2, 1944 titled Portrait Without A Face.
Browsing: Strange Tales
Based on the short story by Carl Stephenson, Escape produced an adaptation of Leiningen Versus The Ants for their January 14, 1948 broadcast. The story was also adapted for the film The Naked Jungle with Charlton Heston. Sadly, Mr. Heston isn’t in this one!
Our strange tale comes from the Columbia Workshop this week. From December 19, 1936 here’s The Gods Of The Mountain.
We venture past The Creaking Door once again this week for another episode from that South African series. We’ll hear I See Ghosts which first aired May 4, 1964.
On this episode of Strange Tales we’ll enjoy a show from the Australian production of The Clock. The series had originated in the U.S., running from 1946 to 1948, before being reborn in Australia eight years later. We’ll hear Ghost Story, which aired December 13, 1955.
Our strange tale this week was adapted from the novella by George Eliot titled The Lifted Veil. The story was first published in 1859, and this radio adaptation first aired January 9, 1944 on The Weird Circle.
Our strange tale comes from The Mysterious Traveler this week. First airing June 17, 1952 here’s The Green Death.
Created and produced by Himan Brown, Inner Sanctum aired for nine years producing weird little tales like the one we’ll hear today. First airing May 1, 1945 here’s The Girl On The Gallows.
This week, we’ll hear from Suspense for our strange tale. This one first aired July 1, 1962 and it’s titled Black Death.
Vincent Price plays Shakespeare in this episode from Favorite Story. Mister Shakespeare first aired January 14, 1947.