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WELCOME to Theater 13 -- OTR Beyond the Extraordinary.
Theater 13 is your one stop for vintage Horror, Suspense and Dark Fantasy radio programming.
We have recently upgraded to 100 listener channels from our old 50 channel system. We had to restart the server on October 21, 2011. We apologize if this inconvenience anyone, but we hope the upgrade will benefit more listeners in the future. Thanks, guys!
Want to hear a particular show you remember from your childhood? Go to our Contact Page and email us a request. If we have it in our library we will try to find it for you and get it on the air ASAP.
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Just like that I was hooked. I fell in love with radio dramas and wanted to hear more.
Popular for its time, CBSRMT was a modern program aired by CBS during the late 70s and early 80s and produced by Himan Brown. It was an attempt to recapture the magic of Old Time Radio. When we moved from Illinois I always made it a point to find a station that aired this program so I could continue listening, and I would often ask my grandparents what they remembered of OTR.
As an adult I discovered real OTR, old time radio, and its fans. I began to collect and research these old programs and listen to them whenever I could. As a professional writer I saw the intrinsic value of these radio shows beyond their nostalgic worth. I knew I could learn a lot from these programs on how to write a tight cohesive story, and I did.
I really hope you like the classic programs I am bringing to you now, and I hope you come to love them and hold them as dear as I do, and will, for my entire life. --KMH
Theater 13 Radio is in part subsidized by Argo Navis Publishing. Please visit their webstie and look through their science fiction, horror and dark fantasy short stories, podcasts and novels. Thanks!