Sunday, September 23, 2007


There is nothing like listening to an old radio show on a crisp autumn evening. Make tea, sit in a comfortable chair, and use your imagination.

"Lights Out" was conceived in the fall of 1933 by NBC writer Wyllis Cooper, who wanted to produce "a midnight mystery serial to catch the attention of the listeners at the witching hour."

"Lights Out" became extremely popular. Each show began with a warning to the faint of heart to please refrain from listening. I can only urge you to heed this warning. If you dare, click the red button below. "The Devil and Mr. Speed" originally aired January 5th, 1943.

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