Skip to main content.

Hall of Fantasy

(4,5 Sterne; 10 Bewertungen)

This was a mystery show broadcast on KSL radio, Salt Lake City Utah in the late 1940's and early 1950's.

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

License

Chapters

Death in the Bayou

28:37

Judges House

26:54

Man Size in Marble

27:07

Markheim

26:42

Mark of Shame

27:05

He who follows me

24:29

Castle of Lavoca

25:53

Shadow People

24:21

Handmans Rope

25:50

Black Figurine of Death

22:34

Treasure of Kublai Khan

27:23

The Automaton

24:39

Man Form Second Earth

22:42

Stones Revenge

22:25

Dance of the Devil Dolls

23:21

Sea Phantom

23:04

Temple of Huizilpochle

23:14

Telltale heart

23:56

Diamonds of Death

22:54

Cask of Amontillado

24:02

Bewertungen

Death on the Bayou episode

(2 Sterne)

Pretty good story, except for the fact that the two black characters in the story are clearly played by two white voice actors attempting to imitate "black" speaking style. Unfortunately, they are just plain awful, if not laughable. It was not uncommon in OTR for white actor to play black roles, but the "black" characters in this episode play a major role in plot, so the bad vocalization is really annoying -- at least to me.

The Shadow People

(5 Sterne)

For those "youngsters" out there who want to know about listening to horror programs on radio back in the day, I would suggest this program. It has to deal with evil spirits who live in the shadows and whisper. Try listening to this late at night with all the lights out. I triple dog dare you that you will be turning the lights by the mid station break.

Not quite.

(4 Sterne)

I listened to Hall of Fantasy on KSL when I was a kid when I was in Oregon, so I know it played. A little more research tells me your reference to KALL is correct, but by 52 it was syndicated on mutual stations.

Corrections to Hall of Fantasy Description

(0 Sterne)

1. Program never aired over KSL. 2. Originated and aired exclusively in 1946 and 1947 only on KALL. 3. All subsequent runs aired out of WGN Chicago between 1949 and 1954.

Loved them

(5 Sterne)

These are great stories. I LOVE the OTR shows so much fun. You should give them a listen!

the automaton credits

(4 Sterne)

i wonder if the girl is barbara hale she sounds just like perry masons secretary

another winner!

(5 Sterne)

yet another great horror / mystery / suspense series that doesn't have enough episodes!

New to me

(5 Sterne)

Really like this show, could be more for my money.