Rick suggested this episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater for the show this week. It’s The Frontiers Of Fear, and first aired August 13, 1974.
Browsing: Strange Tales
Inner Sanctum provides our strange tale this week with The Man From Yesterday. This episode first aired December 21, 1941.
Theater Five brings the strangeness this week with My Other Self. This one first aired August 27, 1964. The series aired on ABC for 260 episodes, from August 1964 to July 1965.
This week we’ll hear from The Clock. This episode, titled Bad Dreams, was written by Lucille Fletcher of Sorry, Wrong Number and The Hitchhiker (among others) fame. This one aired April 25, 1948.
Our strange tale this week is an adaptation of an 1830 short story written by Mary Shelley titled, The Transformation. The CBS Radio Mystery Theater first aired this episode May 7, 1975.
Strange Tales is back this week with something from Quiet, Please. From November 17, 1947 we’ll hear Kill Me Again.
We hear from Suspense once again this week, with an episode featuring DeForest Kelley years before he became Dr. McCoy. The episode is titled Flesh Peddler, and first aired August 4, 1957.
Next week, more from Quiet, Please!
The Sealed Book provides our strange tale this week. We’ll hear My Beloved Must Die, an episode from July 22, 1945.
We add a little international flavor with this week’s episode. From the South African series The Creaking Door, we’ll hear Don’t Go Down In The Mine. This episode originally aired June 29, 1964.
This week’s Strange Tale comes from The Mysterious Traveler, a Mutual program that aired for 370 episodes between 1943 and 1952. This episode, titled Death Is The Judge, first aired June 15, 1947.