Artifacts of crime's darkest moments and souvenirs of sinister significance can be found on display in The Black Museum. Presented here are sixteen stranger-than-fiction tales of depravity and detection from 1952, hosted and narrated by the incomparable Orson Welles.
Based on real-life exhibits taken from the matchless collection at The Crime Museum of Scotland Yard, here are stories of true crime -- and its consequences. Follow along and see if you can piece together the steps of each crime for yourself.
Includes a Program Guide by radio historian Karl Schadow.
Episodes Include: The .22 Caliber Pistol; The Center Fire .32; The Bathtub; The Gladstone Bag; The Blood Stained Brickbat; The Brass Button; The Weed Killer; The Canvas Bag; The Car Tire; The Champagne Glass; The Hammer; The Door Key; Four Small Bottles; The Receipt; The Glass Shards; The Hammerhead
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Always enjoy hearing Orson Welles, and these were some episodes I had not heard before.