Re: [OTRRPurchasingGroup] DRAMATIZATIONS OF FAMOUS MURDER TRIALS, COURT CASES AND UNSOLVED MYSTERIES ON RADIO: Episode Summary #33
Thank you Gord. When I listened to all of the episodes in this collection I was surprised by what the most memorable feature of some of them proved to be. The one to which you refer is one of the best examples of this. Another is the one in which a ghost foretells the sinking of the Titanic.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
As of last Saturday night, Paul Kornman had I believe completed the format and design of the Curated Collection Document, and I am hopeful that any day now he will announce that the collection is on the OTRR Library website and send all members an email allowing us to access it and listen to all the episodes.
I am already at work on another one, and I hope other members will be encouraged to curate one of their own when they see what a great job Paul has done with the rows, columns and colors that show it off to its best advantage.
-----------------------------------------From: "Gordon Johansen"
Sent: Thursday November 12 2020 7:06:13PM
Subject: Re: [OTRRPurchasingGroup] DRAMATIZATIONS OF FAMOUS MURDER TRIALS, COURT CASES AND UNSOLVED MYSTERIES ON RADIO: Episode Summary #33
A great summary as usual Larry. I have to agree with you about the bizarre motive for the murder. It is probably indicative of what happens when people worry about their class and what other people think of them in a stratified society like that.
Larry Maupin wrote on 11/03/20 9:36 AM:
Series: The Black Museum