By A.J. ALAN
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY
Played by the LONDON RADIO REPERTORY
THE thrilling story of two young ladies who go to view an empty house and there undergo a number of exciting experiences, culminating in a rescue by the London Fire Brigade. Just as their safety is assured, they experience the worst shock of all.
(Two Smart Modem Sisters who are house hunting) Firemen, etc
ON the front-door steps' of an empty house,
88, Lansdowne Crescent, Albert Buckle is standing. He and his wife, the caretakers-in-charge, are just starting out to get a few things from the neighbouring shops before closing time.
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