Nibley, UT, United States | Member Since 2007
I have never read, or had read to me, the story of Rip Van Winkle. This was rather cute and nicely narrated. The phone keep ringing during this audio and I finally had to turn off the ringer. Once I backed up for the final time I really enjoyed some of the references to adults. I am sure this is always classified as a children's story, but I couldn't help wonder how many children know what being hen pecked means. Worth a few good laughs.
The Shadow is in the middle of an event in Chinatown. The residents are hiding information and a murder takes place. Not the strongest story but a simple tale and enjoyable listen.
At first I thought this episode was about a crazy cat and I was going to say that I can relate. However this starts out with a delivery of a cat by the new pet shop owner who then goes missing. A sad story.
A pirate captain left a diary stating that his ghost would kill any person working the lighthouse. Lamont and Margo come in then help to solve the mystery of the missing treasure and the claimed ghosts.
A secretary asks Margo and Lamont to come to the morgue with her. She is sure the body that has been identified is not her boss.
right from the bodies of the victims. Jewelry and bonds are stolen in public places when the victims appear to be attacked by no physical person. The Shadow is blamed for the invisible attacks where a card is left saying 'From the Little Man That Wasn't There'
An inventor is trying to sell his new invention which can show anyone any place they wish to see anywhere across the city. The new invention is called a television. A criminal wants to get rich through theft and to take revenge on his foes. The new 'television' is going to be his tool of choice.
A man's shop was robbed and the robber left behind his partially smoked cigarettes and several matches. A local matchbook company helps in the investigation.
A wealthy man believes that he is being stalked for murder. He buys his coffin and prepares for his death.
A young man is an accomplished weaver and he is quite lonely. A spider becomes his closest friend when the spider watches while he weaves. The young man wants more friends to talk with and this has him meeting The Shadow.
The newspaper comics have superheroes and super villains. Recent super villains seem to be creating some copycat murders.
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