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Feb 27, 2016

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE (MYSTERY) There are certain immutable laws that govern the universe, and to put them to the test is a waste of time. To employ the firm of Justice and Dixon to do so on your behalf will cost you the sum of $39.99 a day and leave you sadder, but wiser, than you were when you came in the door. Decoder Ring Theatre 

Feb 27, 2016

THOSE WHO WAIT (MYSTERY) It is said by some that good things come to those who wait. It’s an interesting idea, and like most interesting ideas, it’s sufficiently vague as to be effectively meaningless. We all wait, therefore we each see ourselves as the potential recipient of the aforementioned good things. And we find this good, so the adage becomes a truism. Thing is, as comforting as it is, it ain’t quite true. Decoder Ring Theatre

Feb 11, 2016

THE PERFECT PIGEON (MYSTERY) A classic style caper, chock-a-block with art theft, swindling and romance! Written by Julie Hoverson. 19 Nocturne Boulevard

Sep 20, 2015

TWO IS TOO MANY (MYSTERY) They say that you can have too much of a good thing, my friends, and that is certainly true. There are few things in the world so wonderful that custom cannot stale their infinite variety. And when it comes to the subject of Hawthornes... well, perhaps Two Is Too Many! Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Aug 21, 2015

JAWBONE OF AN ASP (MYSTERY) The unpredictable life of a private detective is a fine thing. But like all good things, it is at least partly an illusion. There are only so many reasons that a person knocks on the grey-green door that reads “Justice and Dixon, Private Investigations”, and they usually fall within a fairly limited range. Of course, there are exceptions to every rule. Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Jul 27, 2015

THE MARK TWO CAPER (MYSTERY) They say that no good deed goes unpunished, my friends, and that is even true for good deeds only undertaken following the application of thirty-nine ninety-nine a day, plus expenses. But when that punishment takes the form of a certain bungling-but-loveable police sergeant, can our heroes ever help to solve... The Mark Two Caper? Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Jun 28, 2015

TO THE MANOR BORN (MYSTERY) A sudden storm, a secluded manor house full of would-be heirs and the sudden arrival of detectives from the city as if by chance. How exactly did our hard-boiled heroes find themselves this far outside their usual genre? And how will they solve a mystery that's To The Manor Born? Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Jun 14, 2015

A SIMPLE CASE OF BLACK AND WHITE (MYSTERY) The sporting life isn't for everyone, my friends. For some, one's athletic pursuits are best not spoken of in polite company, and almost always involve shoes, liquor, tight slacks or handguns. Or all of the above. But when the Girl Detective stumbles on to the Pro Bowling circuit, the result is anything but... A Simple Case of Black and White! Decoder Ring Theatre

 

May 31, 2015

THE SCORE (MYSTERY) They say that time heals all wounds. That's a nice thought, and it just might be true. Maybe. But not today. Sometimes all it takes is a brace of old friends down on their luck and a monster that turned out to be less dead than he was supposed to be, and those wounds feel just as fresh as ever. But will it be enough to get ol' Square-Jaw in on... The Score? Decoder Ring Theatre

 

May 26, 2015

SOME KINDA LUCKY (MYSTERY) There are all kind of luck in this world. Good luck, bad luck... the luck you make, the luck you were just born with... and then there is good old-fashioned dumb luck, and it's leading practitioner, Freddie "The Finger" Hawthorne. But when Freddie's luck crosses the line between dumb and just plain stupid, somebody's bound to answer with lead. And if everybody lives through it, it'll beSome Kinda Lucky! Decoder Ring Theatre

 

May 18, 2015

MAD DOGS AND AMBULANCE CHASERS (MYSTERY) Matt Dawson was a smooth character, all right. At least half as smooth as he seemed to think he was. But why a lawyer from one of the city's top firms chose to darken the door of a certain his and hers detective agency was a whole other matter. But one thing was for certain; you come out to play in the noon-day sun, and you're gonna get burned, baby. Decoder Ring Theatre

 

May 13, 2015

BALANCING ACT (MYSTERY) When an alien race conquers Earth, a young man ignores a summons to be euthanized, putting the entire population at risk of annihilation. Misfits Audio Productions

 

May 1, 2015

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT (MYSTERY) They say that if a person is lucky at cards, it stands to follow that they must also be unlucky at love. But it doesn't take much research to prove that it's possible to be both. The stakes are in the story - see your two bickering heirs and raise you one missing will - and around this table The Sky's The Limit!  Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Apr 24, 2015

THE PIN-UP MURDER MYSTERY PART 2 OF 2 (MYSTERY) As presented on the Pulp-Pourri Theatre, an anthology series created in the style of Old-Time Radio. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz. Narada Radio Company.

 

Apr 23, 2015

THE PIN-UP MURDER MYSTERY PART 1 (MYSTERY) As presented on the Pulp-Pourri Theatre, an anthology series created in the style of Old-Time Radio. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz. Narada Radio Company. 

 

Apr 10, 2015

MAN’S BEST FRIEND (MYSTERY) There are always more than one side to every story. And when you're dealing with a newspaper magnate, a missing heiress, a kidnapping with no ransom and an angry fishmonger, sometimes there are more sides than story. No simple matter for your average gumshoe, but just another day at the office for... Man's Best Friend. Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Mar 31, 2015

BLACK JACK JUSTICE 40 – THE ALBATROSS (MYSTERY) "The one that got away" is a fine kind of tale for some. Fishermen, for example, seem to thrive on the subject. But in the detective business, where things seem to exist in a perpetually unfinished state, there are those cases that just won't stay in the drawer. The ones that never sat quite right. If only you had been a little stronger, a little smarter.... and sometimes they can weigh a man down, threaten to drag him under as they hang about his neck. It's sink or swim time, and who will win, the flatfoot or... The Albatross?  Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Mar 26, 2015

GHOSTS OF FLANNAN LIGHTHOUSE (MYSTERY) A chilling mystery unfolds in 1900 off the Scottish coast as Joseph Moore arrives at the Flannan Island Lighthouse to find it cold and abandoned... its keepers vanished. Will ablood-stained journal reveal a clue to their dark fate or resurrect an ancient long-dead curse? Campfire Radio Theater  

 

Mar 18, 2015

COPS AND ROBBERS (MYSTERY) They say that there are no small parts, my friends, only small actors. I've never been entirely clear on exactly what that means, or if the folks that coined the phrase intended it to be as insulting as it is. But one thing is for sure, those thin character sketches that populate the margins are usually kept there for a reason. But when left to their own devices, they tend to play familiar games. Games like... Cops and Robbers! Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Mar 1, 2015

AULD LANG SYNE (MYSTERY) There are few things that cry out for introspection quite like the passing of one year into the next. A time when the rustle of lost illusions crackles underfoot, like a handful of dead leaves in the wind. When past, present and future come together for a single moment to blow a raspberry at you in the shaving mirror. A time when even the handful of thing you might have been sure of shift underfoot, and send you sliding down the slipperly slope to nowhere in particular. And when that moment comes, even the most hard-boiled of gumshoes can spare a moment for... Auld Lang Syne. Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Feb 19, 2015

HUSH MONEY (MYSTERY) When everybody's favorite junior boy detective drops by, its usually good for a twist of a certain tail, and our Square-Jawed hero kind of enjoys that, kind of like a mean kid who pulls the wings off flies. But even a bird-dog job courtesy of the Gentleman Detective is tough to smile at when it comes wrapped in... Hush Money! Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Feb 12, 2015

JOURNEYS END (MYSTERY) They say a man meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it. Which means that whatever you do, and whatever the result might be, your fortune cookie can smile at you and say "see? I told you so." For some folks that road may lead to a destiny of great importance or heroic meaning. For others, it might lead to a face-down posture in a puddle somewhere. I suppose no one can tell. Except the cookie, and it ain't talkin'. Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Feb 7, 2015

SMALL MERCIES (MYSTERY) A certain hack writer who shall remain Shakespeare is of the opinion that the quality of mercy is not strained. He obviously doesn't ride the bus past the stylish world headquarters of Justice and Dixon all that often, 'cause around here both the quality and quantity of mercy are strained beyond any reasonable breaking point, and old friends are no exception. Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Jan 22, 2015

THE DEVIL YOU KNOW (MYSTERY) A client who seems a little too eager to pony up his retainer, the feds sniffing around like the wolf at the door and witnesses who keep blossoming into corpses. It's almost enough to make a certain police Lieutenant seem like a welcome sight. Almost. Decoder Ring Theatre

 

Jan 15, 2015

THE STOPPED CLOCK (MYSTERY) When a snoop-and-peep that paid turned into a murder case that almost certainly didn't, it meant one thing: Jack suddenly got interested. For the Girl Detective, it's just one more reason to strangle the big lug... but even a clock that's stopped is right twice a day... isn't it? Decoder Ring Theatre

 

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