This thrilling tale recounts an attempt to assassinate the tzar. An attempt which took place during …
“Russian New Year” originally aired on “Suspense” on January 13, 1957.
An unforgettable episode of “Suspense” from Lucille Fletcher author of such radio classics as “The Hitch-hiker” and “Sorry Wrong Number”.
Sometimes that stranger in the corner is after you. Sometimes he is a man from beyond the grave. And sometimes he’s just …
“The Night Man” originally aired on “Suspense” on October 26, 1944.
The greatest twist ending of all time? That’s what many Old Time Radio experts say about this episode of “Mysterious Traveler” entitled “S.O.S.” which originally aired on May 2, 1950.
So do you agree with the experts? Is it the greatest twist ending of all time? Post your thoughts in the comments section.
Another chilling bit of old time radio. This time from the series “Suspense” with an episode called “Drive-In”. It comes from a period in the show’s history when it featured stars, stars and more stars. So this story, which had originally been produced the year before with Nancy Kelly, now stars Judy Garland.
Garland’s excellent in the role. But, as with all episodes of “Suspense”, it’s the story that’s the real star.