The Case of the Limping Ghost
Exactly as broadcast on September 3, 1945. “He was dressing in armor, Watson. Perhaps we can overtake him!” Every time the Earl of Lochair haunts his family castle, it means tragedy. When Holmes and Watson investigate, they find murder and not one ghost—but two!
The Girl with the Gazelle
Exactly as broadcast on March 25, 1946. A priceless painting. A seemingly perfect crime! Holmes and Watson are hunting for a murderer and an art thief, and all clues point to Holmes’ arch enemy—Moriarity!
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©1988 Baker Street Associates (P)2008 Simon & Schuster
I knew I was purchasing old radio programs but if you have any sense in your head at all these will drive you crazy for their simplicity. They are not good examples of sherlock holmes - edited and cut and done in a silly fashion with irritating sounds effects. Did not enjoy.
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