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During 1956 Lyle Kenyon Engel put together a package of two radio shows and four magazines. The shows were American Agent, a spy drama, and The Frightened, narrated by Boris Karloff; the magazines included Tales of the Frightened, a tie in to the radio show. The publisher, Republic Features Syndicate, went out of business in late 1957.
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https://archive.org/download/OldTimeRadio-TheBorisKarloffShow/Boris_Karloff_Show_-_000000_The_Vampires_Grave_OTR.mp3: The Vampire's Grave https://archive.org/download/OldTimeRadio-TheBorisKarloffShow/Boris_Karloff_Show_-_571216_Chung_Ling_Soo_OTR.mp3: Chung Ling Soo https://archive.org/download/OldTimeRadio-TheBorisKarloffShow/Boris_Karloff_Show_-_571217_Shakespeares_Hometown_OTR.mp3: Shakespeare's Hometown https://archive.org/download/OldTimeRadio-TheBorisKarloffShow/Boris_Karloff_Show_-_571218_Story_of_Wood_OTR.mp3: Story of Wood https://archive.org/download/OldTimeRadio-TheBorisKarloffShow/Boris_Karloff_Show_-_571219_Dr_Harvey_Cushing_OTR.mp3: Dr Harvey Cushing https://archive.org/download/OldTimeRadio-TheBorisKarloffShow/Boris_Karloff_Show_-_571220_The_White_House_OTR.mp3: The White House
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