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Lord Berly of Moreland is dead. In life, he feared being buried alive, so he is left to lie in an open crypt until doctors are sure he is dead. While lying in state, somebody steals his body. Murder, mutilation, and corpse snatching take place in this 1874 gothic whodunit.
* Suzanne Grossman * Court Benson * Gordon Gould * Ian Martin * Ann Pitoniak * George Lowthar
Data Base for CBSRMT (for those that want to search episode descriptions- which I find fun)
The dates are on the data base as well- if you have room or some spare DVD's to burn to conserve space- I would DL the lot- and then sample as you will depending on mood genre- CBSRMT will entertain you ;-)
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I started to listen to the one called "Woman in hell" #315, and the first 6 minutes or so is the actual news station broadcast leading up to the show. it talks about Gerald Ford and some other stuff from that date in 1975, it's like a little time capsule! Pretty cool stuff. Thanks for the link!
I went to my huge DVD collection of CBSRMT that was given to me a few years ago and copied The Headstrong Corpse and a few others to my desktop. I think I'm going to have a Radio Mystery Theater Fest real soon.