Retroist Suspense Podcast

Retroist Suspense Podcast

Welcome to the Retroist Suspense Podcast. On today’s show we talk all about the creepy old time radio classic, Suspense. We talk about the show’s creation and the talent behind its birth and continuing success. This is a great show to kick off the Halloween season and I hope it can help people try OTR (Old Time Radion, who might not have tried it before.

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4 thoughts on “Retroist Suspense Podcast

  1. FijiMermaid says:

    I’d downloading the latest show now. I’m looking forward to hear what you have to say about Suspense.

  2. Trancer says:

    Looking forward to listening to this. Though i live in the uk, i was fortunate enough to pick up on suspense in the late 80’s on the armed forces radio and televison service. Some of the stories are super creepy, or atleast they were at 12.30am our time under the bed sheets:)

  3. Thank you for covering some OTR! I’m a youngish guy, and I feel like I’m one of the few people my age that still loves OTR. I could go on and on about OTR. Have you ever heard Lights Out? That show has one of the scariest radio dramas of all time.

  4. Rob B says:

    One interesting fact about Suspense: The episode, “The Hitchhiker” (starring Orson Welles), was later adapted into a Twilight Zone episode.

    Cool you’re covering OTR; love the podcast and the site.

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