Broadcast: August 7, 1948
Added: Aug 09 2014
The story we're bringing you in this half hour is the best whodunnit ever written. Mr Russel Crouse, the distinguished playwright chose it as his favorite story - The Moonstone. In certain parts of India, there are rumours in hushed tones about a certain yellow diamond, larger than the Koh-i-Noor, more perfect than the Cullinan, more illustrious than the Sancy, which once hung around the neck of Queen Elizabeth of England. The earliest known traditions of this gem, describe it as gleaming from the forehead of the four handed Indian goddess of the moon. From its color, which grew and faded in brilliance along with the waxing and waning of them moon, it became known as the Moonstone...