Anyone else have any good sources?
Originally Posted by DARKMITE8
I've got the Welles/Mercury War of the Worlds, but those others sound awesome as well.
Originally Posted by Chris O.
Yeah, I have that one on CD as well. If you ever want a copy of any of that other stuff (tape only), PM me and we can work out some details.
This is a great homage to the old pulpy/creepy radio serials and Lovecraft, etc:
BBC Radio's The Scarifyers!
Brian Friggin Blessed!
"It may be from another dimension, but it doesn't like the taste of hot steel!"
"If I knew I was going to be offered as a human sacrifice, I would have brought a coat!"
Suspense repeats on XM Radio are often quite good.
And, for this subject, Orson Welles performing Donovan's Brain on Suspense can be found at http://atlasradio.blogspot.com/2006/09/suspense-donovans-brain.html
I guess Fangoria is throwing their hat into the ring with online radio dramas. They just started Dreadtime Stories with Malcolm McDowell. They currently have an adaptation of Dennis Etchison's "The Late Shift" online, and it was a pretty good debut story. It is available for free until the end of the month and then a new story is posted at the beginning of November. Here is a link to the show.