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Title

The Ghost-Grey Bat

Plot

After swapping homes with a couple from Austria for a year in order for the college professor to finish his book in peace, the two young New Yorkers move into the home. Before long encounter the terrifying guardian of the Austrian home and discover its gruesome secret.

Episode

1176

Air Dates

  • First Run - March 25, 1981
  • Repeat - May 26, 1981

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Rating

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13 Responses to Episode 1176

In my honest opinion, this is one of the scariest, if not thee scariest shows they ever did. The cozy New York apartment, the Austrian cottage, the flattened tires, the 2 shadows, the snow, winds, the frightened Betty Spraig, etc. I love this episode. Back in the day, I had it on tape, and listened to it over and over and over. I dragged my mother and grandmother into my bedroom to listen to it. They got hooked on it. Listen to this one with the lights off, with a friend, and be prepared to have nightmares. Awesome story!

Robert RJMGREEN@AOL.COM

I have to agree, this is one of the best I have heard and now one of my favorites. Loved the atmosphere and even though I "could see it coming" there was a good deal of suspense.

Chris

Ghost Grey Bat is my favorite.

Ellen

The Ghost Grey Bat is my favorite one.

Robert

This was such a great one!! I really loved the way he told the story!

Tina Jo Smith

This is the best program of alllllllll the programs!

Bigg

This one I remember listing to in the early 80's while I was going to sleep.

Rebecca

"The Ghost Gray Bat"is a great episodes!

Brain

Definitely it is the best!

Rev

love that one my favorite.

hall

The Ghost Gray Bat was the scariest for me.

Robert

I live in west Texas at the base of the panhandle. It gets COLD here. It was winter. There was snow on the ground, and the air was a bitter chill. For some reason we had trouble with our gas heaters. So,l i rolled an ancient, portable electric heater into my bedroom. I grabbed my mother and animals, threw blankets on the floor, threw my mother on the floor (she wanted to be down there with her 2 dogs), and we listened to The Ghost Gray Bat, all settled and comfortable. We used to do that in the 80s, in Los Angeles when I had it on cassette tape.

Robert

Always one of my favorites. I wish they still had radio dramas like this produced today.

Joe


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