While Suspense was a well-regarded radio show of the Post-War era, there is one episode that truly terrified me as a kid, and still resonates spookiness decades later.
In "Spook Hunt," future television personality, Ralph Edwards, portrays popular disc jockey, "Smiley" Smith. In addition to spinning stacks and stacks of the latest wax, "Smiley" has a side hustle of pulling wacky stunts similar to those which won Don Imus early fame. (1,200 Burgers To Go).
Smith agrees to spend the night in a supposedly haunted house in which previous occupants died, mysteriously.
This is where the old chestnut haunted house narrative ends.
Tune in to discover Smith's unusual fate.
Enjoy a real doozy.
Andy in Vancouver.