MP3: THE CREAKING DOOR - "THE DUMMY" - May 27,2013

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THE CREAKING DOOR - "THE DUMMY" - May 27,2013 MP3

THE CREAKING DOOR The Creaking Door was an old-time radio series of horror and suspense shows originating in South Africa. There are 42 extant episodes. The series was first aired in 1964-65. The stories are thrillers in the Inner Sanctum vein, and generally thought of favorably by most fans of OTR. The stories are thrillers in the Inner Sanctum vein, and generally thought of favorably by most fans of OTR. EPISODE: "... Source: blogtalkradio.com

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