June 2013 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground Archives

Further adventures in the suspense / mystery / horror genre.
Telegram to Satan! – from Julie Hoverson at 19 Nocturne Boulevard.
Tundra Games – by Pat Gabridge and the Champaign-Urbana Radio Theater.
Why I’ll Never Go Back to Albuquerque – by WIlliam E. Gregory at the Willamette Radio Workshop.

A pair from the Champaign-Urbana Radio Theater, including Playing Go Fish with Death, whose title is self-explanatory. The other is Security, about an author whose character drops by and decides to stay.
And from Aural Stage’s Dialed In series we have Customer Relations, about a fellow who wants to have the chip in his head removed.

Stories of suspense and mystery. From Icebox Radio Theater in International Falls, MN, and from Imagination X. A pair of stories from the North Woods of Minnesota, one of a haunted truck route, and one of a house in the woods. And a scary bit from The Firesign Theatre.

Suspense – David Cummings sits in with a pair from the Suspense radio series.

From the Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater comes Some People Are Missing on Canal Street, by Steven Oney. A desperate voice on the radio, with a horrifying and unbelievable tale to tell.