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It is said that the love of money is the root of all evil. Yes, cold, hard cash can be the inspiration for dark journeys into cold, hard hearts! Step into the shadows with The Whistler and find out exactly what happens when avarice goes unrestrained. Attend fables of finances and fear, of wives and wealth, of debts and death, in 20 digitally remastered episodes starring Bill Forman as The Whistler. William Conrad, Gerald Mohr, Frank Lovejoy, Betty Lou Gerson, Tom Collins, and more provide the voices of the voracious.
Episodes include: "The Urge to Kill", 10-04-42; "Murder Has a Signature", 01-15-45; "Meet Mr. Death", 04-23-45; "The Affair at Stoney Ridge", 06-17-46; "Solid Citizen", 07-01-46; "Two Year Plan", 11-25-46; "The Blue Legend", 03-03-47; "Fateful Friday", 05-26-47; "Dark Future", 08-06-47; "The Cheat", 02-06-49; "Fatal Fraud", 05-22-49; "Patroness of Murder", 12-18-49; "Return to Riondo", 01-08-50; "Appointment for Murder", 02-26-50; "The Golden Penny", 09-10-50; "Fatal Action", 10-08-50; "Murder over Burma", 02-04-51; "Fateful Reminder", 08-12-51; "End of the Road", 12-05-51; and "Element X", 04-06-52.
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By Vince on 04-10-16

I love it!! I give me more!!!!

I sit in traffic for 2 hours a day. but with the Whistler to keep company, it's not bad at all

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By Chris Coyne on 09-16-15

Whistlers tunes of evil.

The Whistler has become one of my favorite radio shows. I love the surprise endings and the great radio stars on this show. I also love the spooky storyteller. He could give Rod Sterling a lesson in spooky storytelling. I want more Whistler.

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