Oct 28, 2010
In 1958, I buried a treasure in the back yard of this house.
Here's the story of what it was, how it came about, and why I've had so much trouble trying to recover it for the past half-century.
For more articles about treasure hunting and metal detecting, visit my website
Oct 25, 2010
Though at least seven actors played The Saint on the radio over
the years, Vincent Price is the Saint to most of us who listened to
The Saint got his name from his initials - ST, for Simon Templar. He was a suave, clever, fun-loving and lovable criminal whose targets were pretty much rich bad...
Oct 21, 2010
Back in Program #53, we took a look at the pros and cons of fastpitch bats. I invited listeners to send me their stories about using fastpitch bats in slowpitch softball.
Mark Jones of Minneapolis sent in a report of his experiences with fastpitch bats.
He talks about the reaction of other players, including a...
Oct 19, 2010
How many old-time radio sitcoms do you know of that were also a
television series, and a movie? I'll probably hear from
listeners who have other answers, but the one that springs to mind
for me is Our Miss Brooks.
Connie Brooks was a high school English teacher who had a crush on Mr. Boynton, the science...
Oct 14, 2010
Old, abandoned drive-in movie theaters can be a coinshooter's paradise.
This is a look at the history of drive-in theaters, their rise and fall, and the two main reasons they are now nearly extinct.
And some suggestions on how to find those old, dilapidated screens and concession stands that lie forgotten,...