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We keep surpassing Patreon goals! This week, we are cerebrating with episodes featuring the beginning and end of Suspense! For the first part, we listen to the (sort-of) audition episode presented as part of the Forecast series in July of 1940. Alfred Hitchcock (sort of, not really) presented this adaptation of the short story and novel by Marie Belloc Lowndes, the same source material he adapted for his 1927 silent film, The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog. Based on the Jack the Ripper murders, this story depicts a mysterious zealot who who rents a room from a working class London couple. Could this stranger be the murderous figure known as the Avenger? Why did this episode receive so many complaints? Are we being stalked by Bromo-Seltzer? Listen for yourself and find out! Then vote and let us know what you think!
- It's a timeless classic. It definitely stands the test of time.
- There may be some antiquated moments, but overall it's great. It stands the test of time.
- It may be historically significant or just fun, but it doesn't stand the test of time.
- It's not worth revisiting. It definitely does not stand the test of time.