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The Buntings take in a very reclusive boarder; but is there a connection between the recent wave of Ripper-like murders and the lodger? This spectacular radio version of Hitchcock's 1927 film of the same title stars Herbert Marshall.
©2008 Saland Publishing; (P)2008 Saland Publishing

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oldie but goodie

Hitchcock doing what he does best. Teasing the listener. Enjoy with a cuppa this classic scenario from the master. no ending....only Hitchcock could pull this off. classic

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BRILLIANT HITCHCOCK

This is a brilliant little Hitchcock thriller, just as good as the old black & white film version of the same title. Well presented and acted. This is one I listen to during the dark winter months and never tire of it. Just enough intrigue and creepiness leaving you thinking, is he or isn’t he?