It’s The Clock for this week’s thriller. We’ll hear The Hypnotist, which first aired July 6, 1947.
Browsing: Relic Radio Thrillers
We join Raymond for a tale from the Inner Sanctum this week. From November 29, 1944 we’ll hear Voice On The Wire.
We hear from Escape this week. From May 16, 1948 it’s The Match. Tune in next week for something from Inner Sanctum!
The Chase aired from April 1952 to June 1953, producing 59 episodes for NBC radio. We’ll hear The Amusement Park, which originally aired August 14, 1952.
Neil Cream, Doctor Of Poison featuring Charles Laughton is this week’s thriller. This episode of Suspense first aired September 17, 1951. It’s based on the true story of serial killer Dr. Thomas Neill Cream.
Next week we hear from The Chase!
The Lux Radio Theater serves up the thriller this week. We’ll hear their radio version of the film directed by Alfred Hitchcock titled Suspicion. This one aired May 4, 1942.
The Whistler serves up the thrills this week with The Black Book. This episode first aired April 28, 1947. Don’t forget, no new shows for the week of August 23rd to 30th.
It’s intrigue and adventure this week with Dangerous Assignment. We’ll hear Nazi Buzz Bomb Plans, which first aired February 24, 1951. That may not be the official title of this episode, most are unknown, but it reflects the story line.
This week we’ll hear a little mystery from Nightbeat (or is it Night Beat?) from February 13, 1950. The Night Is A Weapon stars Frank Lovejoy as Randy Stone, reporter for The Chicago Star.
Our thriller this week features the first episode of the first regular season of Suspense. We’ll hear The Burning Court, from June 17, 1942. Tune in this Wednesday on the Horror Replay to hear the very last episode of Suspense, titled Devilstone.