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.More
"A fine series." (Tune in Yesterday: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio)
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Orson Welles was made for radio! What a voice!
This was a radio program probably from the 30's or 40's. It was a great story and I enjoyed it very much. I would recommend it to others who like a good short program. 30 minutes.
I expected the ending, so it wasn't a surprise. Very satisfying.
The narration was perfect. I love listening to Orson Welles.
I hope that there are other programs like it out there. It has a great premise. Take an object from Scotland Yard's Black Museum and tell it's story. The item in this episode was a Chain. Excellent
I hope Audible will get additional episodes of this radio program to enjoy. Highly recommended.
- Kristi Richardson "An old broad that enjoys books of all types. Would rather read than write reviews though. I know what I like, and won't be bothered by crap."