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Hermit's Cave
Programs: 28 - Time: 12 hours 2 minutes


It's a cave of horror, enter at your on risk.
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HERMIT'S CAVE OLD RADIO SHOWS (CD-DH0669)
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All the episodes listed below are on this single MP3 CD.


Episode 00 Devil's Scrapbook
Episode 00 Hanson's Ghost
Episode 00 The Professor's Elixir
Episode 00 The Vampire's Desire
Episode 01 Notebook On Murder
Episode 02 Story Without End
Episode 03 Reflected Image Of The Desert
Episode 04 Blackness Off Terror
Episode 05 House O fMurder
Episode 06 House On Lost Land's Bluff
Episode 07 The Mystery Of The Strange Thing
Episode 08 The Search For Life
Episode 09 Spirit Vengeance
Episode 10 Plantation Mystery
Episode 11 It Happened Sunday
Episode 12 The Black Band
Episode 13 House Purple Shadow
Episode 14 The Author Of Murder
Episode 15 The Nameless Day
Episode 16 Spirits Of Vengeance
Episode 17 Buried Alive
Episode 18 House With A Past
Episode 19 From Another World
Episode 20 Crimson Hand
Episode 21 Fever, A Ghost Story
Episode 22 Castle By The Sea
Episode 25 Lost Black Crow Mine
Episode 26 Man with White Hair
Hermit's Cave old time radio shows on MP3 CDs.

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The show ran from 1935 thru the mid 40's, aired out of WJR. Detroit. Olga Coal sponsored the show from ca. 1937. The owner of WJR, G.A. Richards, later started a separate broadcast of the show from his west coast station, KMPC which ran from 1940 thru 1942.

Involved with the show were:
For WJR, John Kent, Charles Penman, Toby Grimmer and Klock Ryder, all as the Hermit. Also appearing where Lillian Popkin, Margery Richmond, Jack Kessler, Ted Johnstone, Jan Koste, Bill Saunders, Paul Hughes and Rollon Parker. Producer-writer was Eric Howlett. The sound effects was handled by Sidney Brechner and John Foster. For KMPC, John Dehner was the Hermit. Others appearing in different roles were Elliott Lewis, Tyler McVey, William Hall, and Shirley Crowell to mention a few. The music was handled by Rex Koury. William Conrad was doing the duties of actor-producer with Bill Forman also as producer. The writers were Lou Huston and Herbert R. Connor. The sound effects were handled by Dwight Hauser.

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This is not the complete list. New shows are added monthly.


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