32 Days of Halloween Part VIII, Day 23: Gather Round the Radio, Kids…

Gathered Round the Radio

We haven’t spent a lot of time gathered around the giant radio to listen to some old-time horror. Let’s fix that, shall we? There are tons of shows to choose from. Our first stop will be The Hermit’s Cave (1930-1944), wherein The Hermit sounds like a close relation to The Crypt Keeper. We’ll listen to “Buried Alive.” Then we’ll switch over to Suspense from 1943 with “The Black Curtain,” starring Cary Grant.

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Then next, from the show created by the same people who brought you Lights Out: it’s Quiet Please, and is a bit scratchy…we’re apparently lucky as hell we have any of these…only a few were extant for the longest time until more recently when the majority of the episodes were found. We have “The Room Where the Ghosts Live.” And I absolutely love the intro to The Weird Circle: “Bellkeeper…toll the bell…” Brilliant. And even better than that: at least listen to the first two minutes and hear the best transition into a sponsorship plug you have ever heard. Honest.


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