RelicRadio.com presents tales of the strange and bizarre, the weird and the wicked. Stories not necessarily of the supernatural, but of the unnatural. Join us for Strange Tales, featuring radio drama at its most mysterious and unusual. Abnormal old time radio!
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Strange Tales features The Skull That Walked, from Inner Sanctum this week. That episode originally aired April 15, 1944. more
This time on Strange Tales, we’ll hear a story from Devil’s Holiday. Here’s The Fatal Passion, which aired sometime in 1953. more
On this episode of Strange Tales, The Weird Circle brings us their adaptation of Poe’s, The Fall Of The House Of Usher. This episode aired on July 8, 1943. more
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I loved this podcast as a kid, I am so happy to have found it again!
What a killer (sorry) episode of CBS RT! Often, probably due to the high output of a 5-7 days a week program, CBS RT radioplays can often lack the golden content most of us listen for, even delving into silly & predictable formulas that are a yawn at best. But every so often a perfect alchemy of writing, acting, & narration conjure up the perfect psychological horror story the way only audio stories can! This episode is that alkahest that uses the medium of radio & creates the perfect yarn!
My new favorite thing to listen to as I fall asleep. Perfect tone of kooky and dark but not so intense I have nightmares or can’t get to sleep. Love it.
Awesome mash up of some of the Best old time radio shows a must listen for any true fan or beginners alike 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
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Strange Tales launched 14 years ago and published 128 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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