Strange Wills, Volume 1 Original Radio Broadcasts

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“Dead men’s wills are often strange. We cannot attempt to understand them or try to find the answers. We can but tell the story.” So begins the radio show Strange Wills, a mystery-adventures series syndicated by Teleways beginning in 1946. It starred distinguished Hollywood actor Warren William as probate attorney Warren Francis O’Connell, and the stories were told through his eyes as executor of the “Strange Wills Made by Strange People”. These cases, built around unusual bequests or searches for missing heirs, were based on the seven deadly sins, and complied by attorney Ken Krippene over a ten-year period, changing the names for broadcast. Telling the “strange stories of strange wills made under strange circumstances”.