Dark Fantasy

Dark Fantasy was an American Radio supernatural thriller anthology series. It had a short run of 31 episodes, debuting on November 21, 1941 and ending on June 19, 1942. Its writer was Scott Bishop, also known for his work on The Mysterious Traveler. It originated from station WKY in Oklahoma City and was heard Friday nights on NBC stations. The stories found a nationwide audience almost immediately.

The Man Who Came Back

The Thing From The Sea

The Demon Tree

Men Call Me Mad

The House Of Bread

Resolution, 1841

Curse Of The Neanderthal

Debt From The Past

The Headless Dead

Death Is A Savage Deity

The Sea Phantom

W Is For Werewolf

A Delicate Case Of Murder

Spawn Of The Sub Human

The Man With The Scarlet Satchel

Superstition Be Hanged

Pennsylvania Turnpike

Convoy For Atlantis (damaged)

The Thing From The Darkness

The Edge Of The Shadow

The Letter From Yesterday

The Cup Of Gold

Funeral Arrangements Completed

Dead Hands Reaching

Rendezvous With Satan

I Am Your Brother

The Sleeping Death