Updated: Feb 3
By John C. Alsedek:
"The Horla" was originally adapted for radio in the late 1940s, airing on the great Peter Lorre anthology series Mystery in the Air. Lorre was famous for getting so engrossed in his roles that his script pages would go flying—I don’t recall that our Christopher Duva did that, but he fills in for Lorre very ably.
Episode 11: "The Horla" Stars: Christopher Duva, Elizabeth Gracen, Daamen Krall, and Dana Perry-Hayes
A Frenchman believes that his very life is being destroyed by an invisible being that stalks him. But is it all in his mind?
Adapted for SUSPENSE by John C. Alsedek & Dana Perry-Hayes from the short story by Guy de Maupassant.
SUSPENSE writer, producer, and radio-drama aficionado John C. Alsedek shares the history of early radio and television and the impact it has made on the world of entertainment in his ongoing series for Flapper Press.