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, listen now to this 1975 episode about a peculiar oblong box supposedly containing an old painting.
Listen now as this creepy story comes to life through chilling details revolving around the burial of a woman married to a wicked man in "The Premature Burial". 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.
In this episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater first broadcasted in 1977, a meteorite crashes into Earth. Or so the townspeople think it's a meteorite. Listen now to "The Meteorite" as host E.G. Marshall tells the unsettling story of extraterrestrial life arriving on Earth.
As CBS Radio Mystery Theater host E.G. Marshall puts it: "Every story you've ever heard is about love and money, and this one is no exception." Listen now as episode "Double Zero" explores the relationship between love and money, which sometimes leads to greed and crime.
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. Listen now to CBS Radio Mystery Theater's "The God Machine".
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.
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. Listen now to CBS Radio Mystery Theater's "The Ninth Volume".
Listen now to "The Smoking Pistol" as the story takes you through the twists and turns of another mystery drama, this one involving the deceitful murder of a police officer's son.
"Murder on the Space Shuttle" revolves around a killing that supposedly takes place in the future. Listen now as E.G. Marshall tells the story of a futuristic United States space shuttle designed to take hundreds of passengers up into space. Murder however will ride the shuttle with them.
An obsessive lover threatens to kill her colleague if he does not love her back in this episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Listen now as Professor Albert Morrison becomes the target of a deadly infatuation in "Demon Lover".