Shorter days and longer nights can work on your mind. After a while, your mind can hear things…, see things…, believe things.
We present for your… consideration, a handful of classic radio plays that will cause a chill that no blanket can overcome.
Pleasant dreams from WCLT….
|Escape||A Shipment of Mute Fate||A good story about a deadly snake loose on an ocean liner. Jack Webb is excellent as the narrator, the sound of the snake strike is very well-done.||10/15/1947|
|Leiningen Vs. The Ants||A determined man battles even more determined insects in the tropical jungles.||05/23/1948|
|Hall of Fantasy||The Crawling Thing||A scientist uses a deadly spider to experiment with his growth serum. It works all too well.||05/18/1953|
|Inner Sanctum Mysteries||Song of the Slasher||A good story about a cop who discovers that he’s living in the same building with a homicidal maniac.||04/24/1945|
|The Judas Clock||Death comes to those who own this clock. It uses Judas’ thirty pieces of silver as counterweights!||04/17/1945|
|Mercury Theater of the Air||War of the Worlds|
The most famous radio show of all time. Mars invades New Jersey.
|Suspense||The Dunwich Horror||A confusing story about a monster loose in the countryside. Ronald Colman should never be cast as a radio announcer! The production features well done sound effects.||11/01/1945|
|Escape||Three Skeleton Key||The rats return to the lighthouse. With a special introduction by Doug Pricer||03/17/1950|