Robert Cockrum from TEMPLE, TX United States
For some people, The Whistler is probably an "also ran," outdone by Suspense and its range of subject matter and those big Hollywood stars in leading roles. But The Whistler, I think, had more twists and turns -- somewhat like television's "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" -- or The Twilight Zone (but without so much sci-fi or fantasy).
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The mysteries continue........
March 24, 2017
Richard McLeod from RIVERSIDE, CA United States
One of the best remembered shows from the Golden Age of Radio. Many of the great voices of Radio can be heard on the mystery shows from this series. Gerald Mohr and his "million dollar voice" can be heard on many along with the other voices that are easily recognized.
Radio Archives has again restored these radio shows back to a sound and tonal quality probably not heard since these shows were originally broadcast on the air. They far surpass anything available on the market and are in the slower CD speed as opposed to the inferior MP3 discs. One hour in length, but well worth it for the sound quality produced on each disc.
Each Volume comes in a sturdy plastic case with individual sleeves for each CD giving added protection and the front of each Volume is adorned with a colorful artwork, generally relating to one of the shows within the specific Volume.