First presented in Suspense on March 13, 1943, Cabin B-13, written by John Dickson Carr, is about the story of a newlywed couple (Ricky and Ann Brewster) who went on board on the ship S.S. Maurevania for their honeymoon. Ricky Brewster suddenly disappeared, and no one could tell what happened to him. When his wife went to look for him, she found out that there were no records of them being on-board, and that cabin B-13 does not actually exists. This episode became so popular that it aired for the second time in 1943, giving Carr the chance to create his very own mystery program using the title Cabin B-13.
The new show had Arnold Moss as the lead star. Moss was given the role of Dr. Fabian, who told many tales that took place on the S.S. Maurevania. There were a total of 25 episodes created. Click here to read more about Cabin B13
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 3 old time radio episodes:
|07.05.1948||bill and brenda leslie||
+The first show of the series. A spin-off from the "Suspense" series, originally heard as one of the...
|12.12.1948||the bride vanishes||
+The classic story about an impossible disappearance from a villa balcony on the Isle of Capri. Toni...
|12.26.1948||the sleep of death||
+An excellent shocker about the infamous "Tapestry Room," from which no one ever leaves alive.
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