I missed my calling by YEARS- it would have been great to write for radio back in the day. Enjoy these, they’re really fun!
These stories are great to listen to for the fun of it- in addition if you write short stories listening to these really does help teach you pacing.
” The Shrunken Head “
Boris Karloff:” Corridor of Doom”
Inner Sanctum 1945
Orson Welles ” Dracula “
Mercury Theatre 1938
What will life be like in the 21st Century? This story asks the question when disaster strikes!
” Bottom Of The World “
Arctic scientists must escape when threatened by a planetary catastrophe. Air Dates: First Run – May 6, 1977
It’s never to early for a Halloween story- here is an episode of Radio Mystery Theatre titled,
‘ The Witch’s Sabbath’
CBS Radio Mystery Theater Halloween Show The Witches Sabbath. Original Air Date: 10/30/1976.
You can choose your enemies, but you can’t choose your family
CBS Radio Mystery Theater ~
His Father is dead and his Grandmother has just died. Also, Grandma was a creepy mean spirited recluse in life and she’s left a will and a last wish that you know is going to cost someone big time.
Air Dates: First Run – February 10, 1977
I love radio shows from the old days so now and then I try to dig some up and post them– but I think they are so neat I’m going to make it a regular thing.
So to start off
here are three episodes from some programs that I enjoy:
Inner Sanctum always had great stories, but my favorite part was when the psycho narrator sold Lipton Chicken soup before and after the show.
Orson Welles…come on how could this NOT be great?
The Whistler! I love the whole intro and the stories which were pretty edgy back in the day. My Aunt said she usually couldn’t make it to far into the episodes before freaking out.