MURDER CASTLE (SPECIAL FEATURE) Sonic Summerstock 2016 presents the Classic LIGHTS OUT Suspense Thriller, “Murder Castle” Performed by the No Sleep Podcast Players. Sonic Summerstock
HOME FIRES (MYSTERY) A little lost lamb in the big, bad city is hardly a new theme for our intrepid investigators. But with a couple of hundred pounds of strapping small-town lawman distracting the heck out of the Girl Detective, it looks like it's down to Ol' Square-Jaw to keep the ‘Home Fires’ burning. Decoder Ring Theatre
DEATH ROBBERY (SPECIAL FEATURE) Sonic Summerstock 2016 presents the suspenseful Classic LIGHTS OUT episode, “Death Robbery” by Arch Oboler. A man tries to bring back to life his scientist friends wife who died in a car accident. They have forgotten something important. Performed by the No Sleep Podcast Players. Sonic Summerstock
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MIAMI IMPULSE (MYSTERY) “Miami Impulse” is an original story by producer-director, Pete Lutz, written for the series in August 2015. Set in 1959 Chicago and Miami, just before the Cuban Revolution, "Miami Impulse" is a tale of one man's adventure, involving the theft of both another man's identity and $150,000 in drug money. Intrigue and encounters with a beautiful Cubaña lead our man down unfamiliar paths. Will he survive? Listen and find out! Narada Radio Company
TIGER CAT (MYSTERY) An all-new production from 63audio, “Tiger Cat” is a strange tale of revenge and murder. Adapted from a pulp-fiction story by David H. Keller, first published in a 1937 issue of "Weird Tales" magazine. Adapted, produced and directed by Pete Lutz. Narada Radio Company
A THURBER DOUBLE FEATURE (COMEDY) Two James Thurber stories, fully dramatized in the Pulp-Pourri Theatre style by the Narada Radio Company. First off is Thurber's 1942 classic, "The Catbird Seat", telling of the troubles of Mr. Martin, an office worker, who must defend himself against the machinations of a so-called efficiency expert. How Martin deals with her is something you don't want to miss. After that comes "The Topaz Cufflinks Mystery" from 1932, a vignette about a man, a woman, a cop, and a very strange experiment. Together these stories are comedy gold! Narada Radio Company