Orson Welles Tales from the Black Museum

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Orson Welles Tales from the Black Museum was a 1951 radio program that was based on objects held within Scotland Yard's infamous Black Museum. The show examined various objects that were associated with notable crime cases. As the history of the object was revealed, the particulars of the criminal cases were also discussed. Items used in Orson Welles Tales from the Black Museum included the jars of acid used by murderer John George Haigh and the walking stick of Dr. Edward Pritchard, who was convicted of killing his wife and mother-in-law.
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