Mysterious Traveler: Out of the Past

  • by Robert Arthur
  • Narrated by Art Carney
  • 7 hrs and 40 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

"…I take this same train every week at this time…"
The mournful whistle of a ghostly locomotive heralds the approach of The Mysterious Traveler. Maurice Tarplin plays this blithesome bringer of bad tidings and terrifying tales. From out of the past, he brings stories of suspensefully unsuitable spouses, treasure hunters and time travel, the mysteries of the dead and their designs on the living, and the future… as imagined by a former generation.
Raymond Edward Johnson, Bret Morrison, Elspeth Eric, Frank Readick, Lesley Woods, and Academy Award winner Art Carney give voice to villains and victims created by Robert A. Arthur and David Kogan.
The 16 digitally remastered episodes include: No One on the Line, 09-01-46; Vacation From Life, 09-07-47; I Won't Die Alone, 05-11-48; The Queen of Cats, 06-15-48; The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, 01-01-49; Death Has a Cold Breath, 03-29-49; Out of the Past, 04-19-49; The Last Survivor, 10-11-49; The Big Brain, 03-14-50; Operation Tomorrow, 04-11-50; I Died Last Night, 04-25-50; S.O.S., 05-02-50; The Lady in Red, 05-23-50; Killer at Large, 06-06-50; Stranger in the House, 01-29-52; The Haunted Trailer, 06-03-52.


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Train travel can be the best place to hear a scary

This show was over 7 hours of fun. It had ghost stories, crime stories, psycho stories, time travel stories, and space travel stories. It also had my favorite kind of endings for stories like these, the surprise ending. The Mysterious traveler was a great host, up there with the Whisiler. Listen to the last story, it's the funniest ghost story you will ever hear. The story even makes fun of the radio program its on. I hope they will release more Mysterious traveler stories soon.
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- Chris Coyne

The paint and canvas provided to allow your imagination to flourish

The mysterious traveler tales will foster flights of engaging imagination. Return to a time when you provided the 3D imagery for these wonderful stories, no funny glasses needed .
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- Kevin Cattell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-11-2014
  • Publisher: Radio Spirits