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September 19: We have gathered our cast for the October 8 “Mystery Radio Theater” program. Guy Williams, Dave Brandl, Kurt Keilbach, Linda Swanson Brown, Dave Ufford, Matt Davis, Bethany Lillis Tisdale, Randy Diamon, Adrian Hart, Jeff Miller, Scott Hasbrouck and Jillian Price will perform old-time radio plays full of mystery, intrigue and adventure! Here are quotes from two of our plays (one from the 1940s, and the other brand-new): 

“Put two and two together, Bumble! Big, spooky, isolated house. Dark and stormy night? Of course the only bridge is washed out!” – Dark and Stormy Night by D.J. Jones

 “Come on, be a sport. Our murder plot is just beginning to get interesting.” – The Haunting Hour: The Thought (1945)

September 9, 2017
We have selected our radio plays for “Mystery Radio Theater” on October 8. We have three scripts from the Golden Age of Radio and one new radio play, designed to give our audience chills and thrills! 

·  What happens when a psychic discovers a murder plot during his nightclub act? It means mortal danger for young Helen Thornton in “The Thought,” an episode of “The Haunting Hour” from 1945.

Life is tough when you’re trying to make a living on the San Francisco waterfront. It’s even tougher when a sultry dame hires you for a job without giving you the score and you wind up a murder suspect in 1949’s “Pat Novak…For Hire.”

· Is the ghost of Sir Roger Mathus terrorizing a small New England village? Lamont Cranston is determined to discover the truth as…The Shadow…in “The Ghost Walks Again” from 1941.

And a new radio play by D.J. Jones tells the story of a police inspector, a widow, a butler and a hair stylist on a “Dark and Stormy Night.”