What is "Inner Sanctum Mystery"?
"Inner Sanctum Mystery" was a radio program that aired from January 7, 1941 to October 5, 1952. It was created by producer, Himan Brown and around 500 episodes were produced during that span. The series featured stories of mystery, terror, and suspense. It had enough 'gore' and horror for fans. Many stars have been on the show, Boris Karloff, Orson Welles, Claude Rains, Frank Sinatra, Mary Astor, Agnes Moorhead, and Burgess Meredith.
While it was a radio show, Universal made six low budget movies that starred Lon Chaney Jr. In 1954, it had been made into a TV show. The radio program had a famed audio trademark which was a eerie creaky door. Raymond Edward Johnson for the first four years of the radio program had hosted the show, he had brought personality to the show.
Radio programs to listen To:
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A dead woman and her cat haunted a frightened husband.
A tale that had Peter Lorre in it and the story is about, a man who can't face the loss of his wife.
A very good story about a woman who suspects her husband is a vampire in 1940s New York.
A tale about a man who buys a haunted mansion that is attached to a creepy cemetery.
"Inner Sanctum Mystery," like many other old radio programs can be found online to listen too. It has grown a fan base like it did in the 40s. There is something like listening to a radio program that does bring a lot to the imagination.