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Weird Circle, The

"In this cave by the restless sea, we are met to call from out of past, stories strange and weird. Bell keeper, toll the bell, so that all may know that we are gathered again in The Weird Circle." (Show opening)

This two-season series featured the best of classic mystery and horror fiction, featuring works by Robert Louis Stevenson, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, and many more. The Weird Circle was licensed by Mutual Broadcasting System, and also aired on the NBC Red network as well as the ABC Blue Network. The syndicated show aired in 1943 and 1944.

Listen to dramatizations of such famous stories as "The Man Without a Country," "Frankenstein," "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," and "The Bride of Death," presented in the incomparable fashion of vintage radio, and preserved in excellent condition.

There are 78 shows in our collection! Date Aired
Fall of the House of Usher August 29, 1943
Jane Eyre December 26, 1943
The Hand December 19, 1943
Expections of an Heir December 12, 1943
The Great Plague December 5, 1943
Dr. Manette's Manuscript November 28, 1943
The Man Without a Country November 21, 1943
Mated Falcone November 14, 1943
Passion In The Desert November 7, 1943
William Wilson October 31, 1943
The Horla October 24, 1943
The House and the Brain September 5, 1943
The Vendetta September 12, 1943
Narrative of a Gordon Pym September 19, 1943
Declared Insane September 26, 1943
A Terribly Strange Bed October 3, 1943
What Was It October 10, 1943
Knights Bridge Mystery October 17, 1943
The Heart of Ethan Brand February 13, 1944
Niche of Doom February 6, 1944
The Tell-Tale Heart January 30, 1944
A Terrible Night January 23, 1944
The 4-15 Express January 16, 1944
The Lifted Veil January 9, 1944
Frankenstein February 20, 1944
AND MANY MORE

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