Tuesday, August 26, 2014
So I'm a fan of Old Time Radio. OK, maybe more than a fan; these old shows keep me company while I write and sit in my dungeon.
By far the longest-running show on the radio, Suspense was a half-hour (and sometimes hour)-long radio drama that brought the best actors to the sound stage. Works from such authors as: Edgar Allen Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, Cornell Woolrich, Dorthy L. Sayers and H.G. Wells were featured. Vincent Price and Orson Welles even did a show or two.
You can check out Suspense, along with a ton of other great shows at the Internet Archive. Copyright is long gone on a lot of these, and they are great: