Suspense

The Dogcast: Some “Suspense” For Your Old Radio Listening Pleasure!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with some more old radio goodness! This week I thought it would be fun to present a couple of episodes from the legendary series “Suspense.” Starting in the 1940s and running all the way into the 1960s, making it the premiere mystery series on the radio. Luminaries such as Orson Welles, Agnes Morehead, and even Jack Benny took their turns on the famous series and it has a number of classic episodes. Enjoy these two and feel free to comment either below or on my Facebook page! So Sayeth The Kendog!

Suspense – The Kettler Method -9-16-1942
Suspense – One Hundred In The Dark – 9-30-1942

The Dogcast: Some Classic “Suspense” For Your Old Radio Listening Enjoyment!

Howdy Folks! In honor of “X” and “Fresh” the two horror flicks releasing today I thought it would be fun to add some classic old radio to the site in the form of “Suspense.” Today we’re adding two early Suspense broadcasts from 1942, one of which is based on a true story in the 1800s. Enjoy these classic Suspense programs and feel free to comment either here or on my Facebook Page. So Sayeth The Kendog!

Suspense – Lord Of The Witch Doctors – 10/27/1942
Suspense – The Body Snatchers – 11/24/1942

The Dogcast: More Halloween Old Radio Fun!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog back with some more old radio scares in time for Halloween. This week we’re gonna go with a couple of classics from the long running radio drama Suspense. The first is “Flesh Peddler” featuring DeForest Kelley. That’s right: Bones McCoy in a tale about a ventriloquist and his unusual dummy. Next we have “The Body Snatchers” a 1942 tale of grave robbing in England based on a true story. Two great thrillers in time for Halloween. Enjoy and comment either below or at my Facebook page! So Sayeth The Kendog!

Fleshpeddler: Suspense
The Body Snatchers: Suspense

The Dogcast: Some Halloween Radio Fun!

Howdy Folks! It’s Old Radio time again! In the spirit of Halloween I’m including a couple of Halloween programs from the golden age of radio. I’m going to average two a week and this week I’m going to start with one of the most famous Mercury Theater On The Air’s episodes that isn’t “War Of The World.” It’s Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” featuring Orson Welles. Speaking of Welles, I’m also including the classic Suspense program, “The Hitchhiker” also featuring Welles. Enjoy and feel free to comment below or on my Facebook page! So Sayeth The Kendog!

“Dracula” Mercury Theater On The Air With Orson Welles
“The Hitchhiker” Suspense With Orson Welles