Friday, 19 December 2008

Door #19 creaks open...



There's nothing better than a good ghost story on a cold Christmas night, and the 1940s/50s radio show Inner Sanctum Mysteries produced some of the best, featuring stars like Orson Welles, Boris Karloff, Mary Astor and Claude Rains. Listen to episodes online at Obscure Horror or, if you want to get spooky on your iPod, download MP3s from Old Time Radio.

4 comments:

beedubelhue said...

Loved "Suspense",used to play the lps up in my attic on warm summer nights...and of course tuning into CBS Radio Mystery Theater weekly.Radio may have been one of the optimum ways our generation honed its collective imagination...

Amanda By Night said...

I know my boyfriend is going to love this. He's the BIGGEST old time radio dude. Thanks!

Ross Horsley said...

I've got dozens of episodes on my iPod now to get me through the flight to Vegas... Yay!

Beedubelhue: Let me know if you ever find any mp3s of "Suspense" online. I'd love to hear some.

beedubelhue said...

Ross,
What's your e-mail?I'll send you all the episodes of "Suspense" you want.E-mail me at lastwopontheright@gmail.com and I'll fire 'em back to you.