Tales from the BLACK MUSEUM
Orson Welles introduces and stars in true crime stories from the Black Museum, Scotland Yard's infamous gallery of death.
First broadcast as radio programmes in the 1950s, these performances capture the marvellous theatrical style of
post-war radio before the advent of television and offer the experience of vintage radio at its best.
The Pigskin Glove:
Orson Welles tells The story of a grisly murder that lies behind an everyday object preserved in Scotland Yard's infamous gallery of homicide - the Black Museum.
One quiet day, three women are gunned down, two in the back. But four cups of tea and a lady's pigskin glove are found...
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