Sponsored by the Granite Furniture Company, The Hall of Fantasy was a "series of radio dramas dedicated to the supernatural, the unusual, and the unknown."
There are conflicting accounts, but it appears the program began as a local series, broadcast out of Utah in 1947. It continued off and on until 1952 when it went national ,being syndicated by the Mutual network. This lasted a year or so.
The Hall of Fantasy was written and directed by Richard Thorne, a talented writer and producer. It is thought around 200 episodes were broadcast of which about 40 have survived.
Although relatively obscure and low budget, this is generally a well made series with great scripts and acting.