The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe brings us his episode from October 17, 1948, titled, Where There’s A Will for our first story on this week’s Case Closed. That’s followed by Candy Matson YUkon 2-8209 and her story, The Devil In The Deep Freeze. That episode first aired September 30, 1949. Download CaseClosed601
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Night Beat starts off this week’s Case Closed with their story from March 27, 1950, Flowers On The Water. Mr. Keen, Tracer Of Lost Persons follows that with The Case Of The Murdered Detective, his story from April 6, 1950. Download CaseClosed600
The Adventure Of The Empty House from Sherlock Holmes is first on this week’s Case Closed. That story first aired April 11, 1948. In The Name Of The Law follows that with their broadcast from August 8, 1936, She Was Murdered. Download CaseClosed595
We begin with The Fifth Mask, a story from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe, on this week’s Case Closed. That one aired September 8, 1950. That’s followed by The Epic Casebook Of Inspector Carr with his story from December 6, 1967, No Holds Barred. Download CaseClosed594
Jeff Regan, Investigator starts off this week’s Case Closed with his case from September 11, 1948, The Story Of Cain And Able And The Santa Maria. That’s followed by The Tennant Jewels Stolen, a story from Stand By For Crime that aired sometime in 1953. Download CaseClosed593
On this week’s Case Closed, This Is Your FBI is up first with their story, The Return To The Mob. That one aired August 30, 1946. The Adventures Of Ellery Queen follows with the December 4, 1947, broadcast The Case Of The Man In The Street. Download CaseClosed591
This week on Case Closed, Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts the show with his story from November 15, 1950, The Mona Lisa Murder. Broadway Is My Beat follows with The Hot Bills Murder, their episode from March 22, 1952. Download CaseClosed590