RAS #401 – The Thing On The Fourble Board

RAS #401 - The Thing On The Fourble Board

This is a bonus podcast for the Month Of Spooky 2019. We play what has become a yearly tradition during the spooky season. It is titled The Thing On The Fourble Board and aired on August 9, 1948.

Featured Story – The Thing On The Fourble Board

This podcast features the most highly regarded episode of the old-time radio series Quiet, Please. It is called The Thing on the Fourble Board. This story has led both fans and OTR experts to label the episode one of the best radio horror programs ever broadcast. Richard J. Hand of the University of Glamorgan notes that “The Thing on the Fourble Board” is not only cited as the finest example of radio horror but occasionally cited as one of the best examples of radio drama as a whole.

An oil rig worker discovers an invisible creature of unknown origins living beneath the depths of the earth. What happens to this man is horrific, and the ending is absolutely brilliant. If you’re alone, turn the lights down low and listen. It will help get you into a Halloween mood.

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