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I Love a Mystery

The further adventures of Jack, Doc, and Reggie...


Pages Available:

The A-1 Gazette! New! The legendary newsletter returns in an electronic format!

First 10 Words of various existing episodes and fragments

Ed Carr "New" episode fragments recently discovered

The ILAM Phorum - A Web-based Bulletin Board System for posting messages, questions, and general chit-chat about I Love a Mystery.


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If you have the Shockwave Plug-In, you should be hearing a promo for the November 3, 1943 episode of "I Love a Mystery," "My Beloved is a Vampire." This promo was broadcast at the end of "Your Daytime Radio Newspaper" (later the "Crisco Radio Newspaper"), and was unearthed by Ted Kneebone from an ET discarded by WNAX, Yankton, SD.