HEAR THE HORROR!
20 RADIO SHOWS - 10 HOURS - 10 CDS
HEAR THE HORROR!
The wonderful thing about the listening a horror radio program is that your mind is in control. And that head of yours can conjure up images way scarier than anything a television or film director can. That’s because “The Theater Of The Mind” taps into your deepest fears amplified by the power of your imagination.
For this collection, we put together an excellent mixture of Horror, Mystery and Science Fiction that will exercise your imagination and put a shiver in your bones. So turn out the lights, sit back and get ready to scare yourself to death. It’s time for you to “Hear The Horror”!
20 Digitally restored original and unedited radio broadcasts.
Free S&H in USA
|20 SHOWS ON THIS COLLECTION
C01 Mystery House “The Thirsty Death” A tale of mad dogs and a jealous husband. Starring Bela Lugosi and John CarradineOut Of This World “Dead Of Night” The story of the ventriloquist and his dummy with a mind of his own. Starring Art Carney (February 28, 1948)
Everyman's Theater “The Cat Wife” An unhappy
marriage gets worse when the wife begins a strange transformation. Starring
Raymond Edward Johnson (October 18, 1940)
Hall Of Fantasy “The Dance Of The Devil Dolls” An
creepy story about voodoo dolls and their evil mistress (February 09, 1953)
Escape! “Three Skeleton Key” An isolated
lighthouse is attacked by thousands of ship rats. Starring Vincent Price (March
Lights Out “It Happened!" A society woman get's lost in
the sewers of Paris. Starring Mercedes McCambridge (May 11,1938)
Suspense “Donovan's Brain” Part 1 After a man
dies, a scientist keeps the strong willed man's brain alive in a jar. Starring
Orson Welles (May 18, 1944)
Mystery In The Air “The Mask of Medusa” Forty
seven murderers who are frozen solid in a wax museum, still possess active
Mercury Summer Theater “The Hitchhiker” On a road
trip, a man sees the same hitchhiker, again and again and again.
Suspense “The House In Cypress Canyon” A chilling story of
the supernatural with werewolves, screams in the night and impossible
happenings. Starring Robert Taylor and Jim Backus. (December 05, 1946)