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TWTD Archive – October 25, 1970

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Originally broadcast on WNMP
Sunday, October 25, 1970

SUSPENSE (6-7-55) “Frankenstein” featuring Stacy Harris, Herb Butterfield, Barney Phillips and Vivi Janniss. A scientist creates a monster in his laboratory.

SUSPENSE (11-24-42) “The Body Snatchers” rob graves to provide medical students with dead bodies to study.

MERCURY THEATRE ON THE AIR (10-30-38) “The War of the Worlds” is Orson Welles’ version of the H. G. Wells story of the invasion from Mars. This is perhaps the most famous radio broadcast of all time.

PLUS – Boris Karloff and his Tales of the Frightened.