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Black Museum

The Black Museum was a crime drama series produced by Harry Alan Towers for the BBC. The program drew on real-life cases from the files of Scotland Yard's Black Museum in England. Orson Welles was both the host and narrator for the series' stories of horror and mystery.

Each show opens with Orson Wells' solemn monologue, "This is Orson Welles, speaking from London. The Black Museum . . . a repository of death . . ."

There are 52 shows in our collection! Date Aired
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