Do you like mystery, tension, suspense? Are you fascinated by the twists and turns of the criminal mind? Well, Thomas Hyland (portrayed by Lou Merrill) has something for you - 20 Crime Classics, narrated by that "connoisseur of crime" himself. These sinister plots, with provocative titles, are courtesy of Morton Fine and Dave Friedkin - and produced and directed by Elliott Lewis!
Episodes include: Blackbeard's Fourteenth Wife, and Why She Was No Good for Him 11-11-53; The Triangle on the Round Table 11-18-53; The Killing Story of William Corder and the Farmer's Daughter 11-25-53; If a Body Need a Body, Just Ask Burke & Hare 12-02-53; The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln 12-09-53; John and Judith: Their Crime and Why They Didn't Get to Enjoy It 12-16-53; Coyle and Richardson...Why They Hung in a Spanking Breeze 12-30-53; The Younger Brothers: Why Some of Them Grew No Older 01-06-54; How Supan Got the Hook Outside Bombay 01-13-54; Madeline Smith, Maid or Murderess...Which? 01-20-54; The Boorn Brothers and the Hangman: A Study in Nip and Tuck 01-27-54; The Incredible History of John Sheppard 02-03-54; Twenty-three Knives Against Caesar 02-10-54; Jean-Baptiste Troppmann: Killer of Many 02-17-54; The Good Ship Jane: Why She Became Flotsam 02-24-54; Old Six Toes: How He Stopped Construction on the BBC & I 03-17-54; Robby-Boy Balfour: How He Wrecked a Big Prison's Reputation 03-31-54; The General's Daughter, Czar's Lieutenant, and the Linen Closet: A Russian Tragedy 04-07-54; James Evans, Fireman; How He Extinguished a Human Torch 04-14-54; Widow Magee and the Three Gypsies...A Vermont Fandango 04-28-54.