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Derived from the short story by Edgar Allen Poe, "The Oblong Box" explores the creepy tale that requires you to use your imagination. Written specifically for the CBS Radio Mystery Theater, this episode is about a peculiar oblong box supposedly containing an old painting. Or at least that's what passengers on a voyage from Europe to the US think. Listen and discover that whatever is inside this box may in fact be something sinister.