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Old 02-10-2013, 12:09 PM   #68
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Originally Posted by skinmaan View Post
Not sure how many of you might find this one interesting. It's not classic literature, but classic pulp - a very professional version of the entire issue of "Strange Detective Mysteries #1." This kind of reminds me of the Tales of the Gold Age productions, minus L. Ron Hubbard. The download (6 hours) can be found here from RadioArchives.com. You'll have to create an account, and use the code FORUMS at checkout. No credit card info required. The files DRM-free audio.

Enjoy!

skinmaan
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Thanks again

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