Jun 28, 2010
Nathan Birnbaum married Grace Ethel Cecile Rosalie Allen in 1926. For the next 30 years, they were one of the best-loved couples in America.
Nathan became George Burns and Gracie dropped all those middle names, and Burns and Allen were headliners in vaudeville, radio, and television for almost half a century. George...
Jun 24, 2010
In program number 006, we discussed the most likely places to find coins and rings in parks.
In this program, we go a step farther and talk about how to find the older (and hopefully, more valuable) coins in parks.
Where exactly to hunt, how to find the hotspots for older coins, and how to find fewer coins on purpose...
Jun 21, 2010
Movie actor Alan Ladd played Dan Holiday, an ex-newspaper reporter who wrote mystery novels.
To find ideas for his stories, he ran a classified ad: "Adventure wanted, will go anywhere, do anything. Write Box 13, Star-Times."
Each episode began with the reading of a letter responding to this ad, and Halliday was off...
Jun 14, 2010
Dark Fantasy was a supernatural anthology, much like the television show, The Twilight Zone. It didn’t last very long – it was on the air from November 1941 to June 1942 – but it was written by Scott Bishop, who also wrote The Mysterious Traveler, and it was much admired by fans of the genre.
This episode, The...