It's sci-fi adventure on this month's episode of Sub-Human Intellect Theater! First, we have another installment of the long-running short-form series Memoirs From the Psych Ward. Then we're joined in the studio by KBOO Program Director and co-host of Life During Wartime, Erin Yanke, who will be conducting an on-air evaluation of our show. And for the main event, we present Stoner Trek, the long-lost episode of the original 1960's TV series Star Trek, which coincidently has another movie spin-off in theaters this month! All that plus letters from listeners and a behind-the-scenes look at how we produce this show and more on Sub-Human Intellect Theater!
A naked man is discovered at the side of the road. He is in shock and fear. He repaats the word "fingers" over and over again.. 24-hours earlier he was fine when he began the journey that took him beyond the edge and put him in this state.. Tune in to radio theater suspense and chills, with the audio drama FINGERS, adapted for radio theater from the 1941 movie "The Five Million Fingers of Damien Hand."
This is the bulk of the new material from March's episode... basically everything except for The Wizard of Odds (which can be heard here). Includes the intro, letters and this month's installment of Memoirs From the Psych Ward.
A barge is found drifting into a lock along a French canal, on board are discovered two corpses, a man and a woman, both hung. Inspite of an arrested suspect, the case resists resolution. Chief Inspector Magriet is called in from Paris to look for the solution. The inspector locates the local cafe, which proves to be the heart of the canal community, and settles in to drink some local wine, listen to everyone's story of events, observe the flow of life along the canels, order some more wine, and figures out the truth. This classic detective story is read by Professor Kitty, and hosted by Fortunato.