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Publisher's Summary

Orson Welles, host and narrator of Black Museum, welcomed listeners to Scotland Yard's "warehouse of homicide", containing everyday objects that either brought a killer to justice or were used to do a killer's dirty work. In each episode, Welles strolls through the "repository of death", selects one object, and tells its story.
Take another tour of the Black Museum.
©2006 Radio Spirits Inc. (P)2006 Radio Spirits Inc.

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"A fine series." (Tune in Yesterday: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio)

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I took the 3 available and am quite happy. Recordings are very clean, volume steady. Well worth the price. Stories are amusing, not the best I've heard, but good addition to a playlist of short stories. Orson Welles is a cute addition here.
For the price, try "Chain" and Mandolin String" also.

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Fascinating stuff

Great performance by Orson Welles makes this a very fascinating listen. Recommend this audio book.