Bell keeper, toll the bell! Here come stories of the mysterious, the uncanny, and the supernatural from the pens of literature's greatest authors! Between 1943 - 1945 The Weird Circle adapted works by Victor Hugo, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Louis Stevenson, Honoré de Balzac, Nathanial Hawthorne, and more to thrill wartime radio audiences.
Here are sixteen classic tales of fantasy, terror and mystery brought to life by masters of the medium, including Eleanor Audley, Bret Morrison, Lesley Woods, Berry Kroeger, Elspeth Eric, Everett Sloane, Jan Miner, and Richard Gordon.
Includes a Program Guide by radio historian Karl Schadow.
Episodes Include: The House and The Brain 1943 (Program # 2); The Vendetta 1943 (Program # 3); Declared Insane 1943 (Program # 5); The Curse of the Mantle 1944 (Program # 32); The Evil Eye 1944 (Program # 44); The Returned 1944 (Program # 50); Rappaccini's Daughter 1944 (Program # 52); The Last Day of a Condemned Man 1944 (Program # 54); The Oblong Box 1944 (Program # 64); The Mysterious Bride 1944 (Program # 65); The Moonstone 1944 (Program # 67); The Possessive Dead 1944 (Program # 69); The Case of Monsieur Valdemar 1944 (Program # 71); The Bride of Death 1944 (Program # 73); The Haunted Hotel 1944 (Program # 76); Markheim 1945 (Program # 77)