"You out there. You, who think you have committed the perfect crime...that there are no clues, no witnesses…listen. Somebody knows."
In the summer of 1950, Somebody Knows presented, in dramatic documentary style, the facts of real unsolved homicide cases. Listeners were offered a reward of $5,000 for clues that led to an arrest and conviction.
Created by James L. Saphier and written by Sidney Marshall, this fascinating series was directed - and narrated - by radio legend Jack Johnstone. Come, hear the details of true crimes from all across the country, including the infamous "Black Dahlia" case. Perhaps it is you who knows!
Includes a Program Guide by Karl Schadow.
Episodes Include: Gladys Kern Murder 07-06-50; Mary Agnes Kabiska Murder 07-13-50; Joseph P. Bohanak Murder 07-20-50; Frank J. Christenson Murder 07-27-50; Paula Kohler Eubanks Murder 08-03-50; Samuel I. Paris Murder 08-10-50; Jean Croyle Long Murder 08-17-50; Elizabeth Short Murder (Black Dahlia) 08-24-50