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The Best Episodes of CBS Radio Mystery Theater

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Listen now to some of CBS Radio Mystery Theater's most memorable and intriguing episodes curated specifically for the lover of all things mystery. These timeless tales of murder, horror, and crime were first broadcasted in the 1970s as part of a radio drama series that captured audiences of all ages. We hope you can agree that these episodes are the ones that keep you listening, and make you remember sitting on the floor of your living room as a… Continue Reading >> Listen now to some of CBS Radio Mystery Theater's most memorable and intriguing episodes curated specifically for the lover of all things mystery. These timeless tales of murder, horror, and crime were first broadcasted in the 1970s as part of a radio drama series that captured audiences of all ages. We hope you can agree that these episodes are the ones that keep you listening, and make you remember sitting on the floor of your living room as a kid waiting for your favorite radio show to come on. << Show Less

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Audio: The Best of CBS Radio Mystery Theater Intro Listen now to some of CBS Radio Mystery Theater's most memorable and intriguing episodes curated specifically for the lover of all things mystery. These timeless tales of murder, horror, and crime were first broadcasted in the 1970s as part of a radio drama series that captured audiences of all ages. We hope you can agree that these episodes are the ones that keep you listening, and make you remember sitting on the floor of your living room as a kid waiting for your favorite radio show to come on. Enjoy!
Audio of CBS Radio Mystery Theater: The Oblong Box 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.
Audio of CBS Radio Mystery Theater: The Premature Burial This is a CBS Radio Mystery Theater classic, the type of story that reflects some good old-fashioned horror. Listen now to "The Premature Burial" and experience this creepy 1975 story come to life through chilling details revolving around the burial of a woman married to a wicked man. Something isn't right, however. When a doctor helps a loved one of the woman dig up her corpse, you'll never guess what they find.
Audio of CBS Radio Mystery Theater: The Meteorite A classic alien invasion story, this audio episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater will wake up your imagination. The story revolves around a meteorite that crashes into a large farm field, or so people think it's a meteorite. Upon further examination, this large rock is not actually a rock at all, and is instead a spacecraft with extraterrestrial passengers. Listen now as the story of "The Meteorite" unfolds.
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Audio of CBS Radio Mystery Theater: Double Zero For this episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater we see the struggle between love and money, but not in the way you would think. Oftentimes when we go looking for one thing, what we find might not be exactly what we're looking for. It might be even better. In this story a private investigator stumbles upon a murder case with unusual key pieces of evidence: five $20 bills with two zeroes written on each of them. What does this mean though? Listen now to "Double Zero" and find out.
Audio of CBS Radio Mystery Theater: The God Machine In this sci-fi drama, a master computer is controlling a futuristic society's procreation processes and marriages. A young couple figures out a way to outsmart the system and end up falling in love despite the restrictions. Their rebellion against the machine does not come without consequences however. Listen now to CBS Radio Mystery Theater's "The God Machine".
Audio of CBS Radio Mystery Theater: Strange New Tomorrow Listen now to CBS Radio Mystery Theater's "Strange New Tomorrow" episode narrated by E.G. Marshall and first broadcasted in 1979. The story takes place in the distant future, a time when mankind has become victim to nuclear fallout. A scientist and his young wife are ordered by higher authority to secretly build a humanoid robot that would be able to survive the radiation. What does this mean for the future of mankind?
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Audio of CBS Radio Mystery Theater: The Ninth Volume The year is 1998 when a geologist stumbles upon evidence of a former civilization whose end must have been so catastrophic that no trace of them had ever been discovered until now. The evidence is that of a modern residence buried underneath the rocks for twelve billion years. Sounds like an oxymoron doesn't it? Well, listen carefully and you'll learn that the structure is home to something that may define both the past and the future.
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