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from Escape April the 9th of 1949 "When The Man Comes, Follow Him".
Dorlene Kaplan reads Jack London's, "That Dead Men Rise Up Never".
From X Minus One January the 4th of 1956, "The Roads Must Roll"
Segment Four:
Ripleys Believe It or Not for August the forth of 1948.
Music:
First Edition - Something's Burning (1970).
Johnny Cash - Ring Of Fire (1963).
Judy Collins - Joan Of Arc (1972).
Bruce Springstein - I'm On Fire (1985).

This is a weekly program airing on KSOW 106.7 FM in Cottage Grove, OR. as part of the stations commitment to sustaining the tradition great radio theater. I will post a new show by Tuesday or Wednesday of each week.

In the main, each episode consists of four approximately 30-minute long programs (not always, as
sometimes I use a longer form show, so it may be 3 or fewer) and some filler to bring them in at 120 minutes.
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This episode contains the following segments...

Segment One:
Is an episode of Escape from April the 9th of 1949 called "When The Man Comes, Follow Him". This story is about what happens when some San Francisco gangsters head up an expedition in search of the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine which is said to be lost in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona.

This comes about when Heineman, the blind boss of a criminal syndicate and his right-hand man, Pascal, receive an unexpected visit from Heineman's brother Mark.

Mark, spends most of his time prospecting for gold in the Arizona desert (and is somewhat estranged from his brother ) stumbles into Heineman's San Francisco home. Beaten, shot and half dead he is waving around a map mumbling something about a, "Treasure Of Kings".

After a few more words Mark expires, leaving the map and the admonition, "When the man comes, follow him"

"When the Man Comes, Follow Him" was written by Ralph Bates and adapted for radio by Les Crutchfield.

Segment Two:

Is another reading by a LibriVox volunteer. This time Dorlene Kaplan reads Jack London's, not quite ghost story, "That Dead Men Rise Up Never".

"That Dead Men Rise Up Never" was first published in 1917 as a part of ,"The Human Drift"... a book of short stories by London. It is the telling of something that happened to Jack when he was working as a 17-year-old sailor in the Pacific.

Segment Three:

From X Minus One a show from January the 4th of 1956, "The Roads Must Roll" which is based on the Robert A. Heinlein short story of the same name published by Astounding Science Fiction in June of 1940.

"They glided down an electric staircase, and debouched on the walkway which bordered the north-bound five-mile-an-hour strip." Have you ever ridden a conveyor strip before?" Gaines inquired. "It's quite simple. Just remember to face against the motion of the strip as you get on." They threaded their way through homeward-bound throngs, passing from strip to strip... After passing through three more wind screens located at the forty, sixty and eighty-mile-an-hour strips, respectively, they finally reached the maximum speed strip, the hundred mile and hour strip, which made the round trip, San Diego to Reno and back, in twelve hours." -From "The Roads Must Roll".



Segment Four:

Is an episode of the 15 minute version of Ripleys Believe It or Not for August the forth of 1948 dealing mostly with Witchcraft.

Music:

First Edition - Something's Burning (1970).

Johnny Cash - Ring Of Fire (1963).

Judy Collins - Joan Of Arc (1972).

Bruce Springstein - I'm On Fire (1985).

These dates should not be taken as canonical.

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