Turn out the lights, sit back, and learn the fate of the Lake team in part two of At the Mountains of Madness as it aired on BBC Radio 7 back in 2010.
Tonight let’s begin the tale of the ill-fated Pabodie Expedition as told by one of its leaders, Professor William Dyer, in At the Mountains of Madness.
Turn out the lights, sit back, and give a listen to Arch Oboler Plays and The Visitor from Hades as it aired on October 10th, 1964.
Turn out the lights, and give a listen to The Birds on The Lux Radio Theater as it aired on July 20th, 1953; a decade before the Hitchcock film.
Things are about to heat up so turn out the lights, sit back, and give a listen to The Flame on Lights Out as it aired on March 23rd, 1943.
Turn out the lights, sit back, and give a listen to The Night the Fog Came as it aired on The Hall of Fantasy on March 23rd, 1953.
It’s off into the deepest, darkest jungles of South America in search of a cache of uranium in Bloodbath, on Escape, as it aired on June 30th, 1950.
Tonight Quiet, Please takes us to the city of Chicago, in the aftermath of a great war which has decimated the planet, in Adam and the Darkest Day.
An escaped lunatic, a dark night, an isolated and deserted road, a broken down car, a young couple who are lost, and the pouring rain. On a Country Road!
Sit back, turn out the lights, and give a listen to The Black Seagull on Inner Sanctum Mysteries as it aired on March 7, 1943.
Turn out the lights, sit back, and give a listen to The Thing on the Fourble Board on Quiet Please as it aired on August 9th, 1948.
Turn out the lights, sit back, and give a listen to Boris Karloff in The Wailing Wall as it aired on Inner Sanctum Mysteries on November 6th, 1945.
Turn out the lights, sit back, and listen to civilization collapse from the Scarlet Plague from Escape as it aired on April 8th, 1954.
A couple experience strange supernatural phone calls in Bells as it aired on Suspense back on August 6th, 1961.