Broadcast: 21st September 1950
Added: Apr 19 2009
Edgar was like anybody so why was he stabbed to death and left in the street. He was killed in broad daylight in a crowded New York Street. The killer telephoned police officer Johnny Stillano to taunt him and tell him that he would commit another killing. The murderer pushed a man under a subway train and was pleased with the crowd that gathered round to witness the dead body, pleased that his second killing had attracted a larger crowd.
Written by: Ray Bradbury and adapted for radio by Morton Fine and David Friedkin
Produced and directed by: Elliott Lewis
Announcer: Harlow Wilcox