(other OTR sources)
Buxton, Frank and Owen, Bill. The Big Broadcast 1920-1950. New York, NY. Avon Books. 1973.
Billboard Magazine, July 23, 1949 (page 14). "The James and Pamela Mason Show" (Illusion) by Jerry Franken.
Cantril, Hadley. The Invasion from Mars: A Study in the Psychology of Panic. Princeton, NJ. Princeton University Press. 1940.
Creamer, Joseph and Hoffman, William B. Radio Sound Effects. New York, NY. Ziff-Davis Publishing Company. 1945
Crosby, John. Out of the Blue. New York, NY. Simon and Schuster. 1952
Digital Deli Too. Show descriptions found at: http://www.digitaldeliftp.com/DigitalDeliToo/dd2-jukebox-main.html
Dunning, John. The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio. New York, NY. Oxford University Press. 1998.
Gerani, Gary. Fantastic Television. New York, NY. Harmony Books. 1977.
Grams, Jr., Martin, A Comprehensive Chronicle of American Network Programs, 1932-1962 Jefferson, NC. McFarland & Company, Inc. 2000.
Grams, Jr., Martin. The I Love A Mystery Companion, The Official Authorized Guide. Churchville, Maryland. OTR Publishing. 2003
Grams, Jr., Martin. Inner Sanctum Mysteries, Behind the Creaking Door. Kearney, NE. Morris Publishing. 2002.
Grams, Jr., Suspense: Twenty Years of Thrills and Chills. Kearney, NE. Morris Publishing. 1997.
Hand, Richard J. Terror on the Air! Horror Radio in America, 1931- 1952. Jefferson, NC. McFarland & Company, Inc. 2006.
Hickerson, Jay. The 2nd, Revised Ultimate History of Network Radio Programming and Guide to All Circulating Shows. Hamden, CT. Presto Print II. 2001
Lackman, Ron. The Encyclopedia of American Radio. New York, NY. Checkmark Books. 2000.
Marsh, Neil. The Nightfall 25 project. Email from author February 25, 2005.
Nachman, Gerald. Raised on Radio. New York. Pantheon Books. 1998.
Otrrpedia.net (The Old Time Radio Researcher's Group- a database of info on the people who made OTR.): http://www.otrrpedia.net/indexprograms.php
Ogden, Michael. Phone conversation 3/11/05. Mr. Ogden was the editor for the OTR fanzine, The Thing That Wouldn't Die (1979-1982) and is the author to the future book entitled Michael Ogden's Encyclopedia or Radio Horror shows. (Including foreign shows.)
Ogden, Micheal. Personal interview on 3/26/10, Tallahassee, Fl.
OTR Cat. Show description found at http://www.otrcat.com/halloffantasy.htm
OTR Cat. Show description found at http://www.otrcat.com/exploringtomorrow.htm
OTR Cat. Show description found at http://www.otrcat.com/murderatmidnight.htm
Payton, Gordon and Grams, Martin, Jr., The CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Jefferson, North Carolina. McFarland & Company Inc., 1999.
Pittsburgh Press, The - Jan 2, 1934 (page 23). "Crusader On The Air: Father Coughlin, Once Obscure Priest, Becomes National Figure."
*Reinehr, Robert C. Handbook of Old-Time Radio. Lanham. Maryland. Scarecrow Press, Inc. 1993
Rovner, Matthew. What Ever Happened to Arch Oboler? Part 1. http://parallax-view.org/2009/01/ 30 January 2009.
Siegel, David S. & Cole, Alonzo Deen. The Witch's Tale -- Stories of Gothic Horror from the Golden Age of Radio. Yorktown Heights, NY. Dunwhich Press. 1998.
Siegel, David S.. Email and phone hone conversations with the author. Feb. 2010.
*Sennett, Ted. The Old Time Radio Handbook. New York, NY. Pyramid Books. 1976
Terrace, Vincent. Radios Golden Years: The Encyclopedia of Radio Programs, 1930-1960 San Diego, CA. A.S. Barnes & Co. 1981
*Need in library.
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