The world isn’t kind to dreamers. Like any boy of the radio era, Leonard Allen dreamed of hitting big in New York and Hollywood; to write or host that one big show that would make everyone notice. Even after he had his chance at both, that dream still burns inside him. He’s always been able to spark the divine somewhere in his work. And he’s been noticed. He doesn’t know the lengths people will go to take advantage of such gifts. So when the mysterious David Lewis asked him finish his classi ...
In Part 2 of this final episode, Leonard Allen and David Lewis collide in an apocalyptic showdown. This episode’s “After Dark” tale is “The Golden Rescue of Sinbad”. That's all folks - thanks for listening!
In Part 1 of this final episode, Leonard Allen turns against his benefactors to deliver the final show, while horrific events conspire to stop him.
In which Bob Stroud returns. This episode’s “After Dark” tale is “The Shivers on Highway 61".
In which Leonard Allen quits the show. This episode’s “After Dark” tale: Why would there be one? Leonard Allen quits the show!
In which Leonard Allen’s longtime girlfriend Gwen returns, and the Prayer is revealed to be a Very Bad Thing. This episode’s “After Dark” tale is “The Never People.”
In which the Speed Bump starts to destroy everything and the secret of After Dark is revealed. This episode’s “After Dark” tale is “They Called Me Devil.”
In which Allen is rescued from certain danger, twice – in 1950?s Hollywood and again in 2008, on the island. This episode’s After Dark tale is “I Was A Communist for the CIA”, in which Mike Svelte saves us all from the horrors of Godless Communism in Alaska!
In which we follow Allen’s amazing adventures in 1950?s Hollywood after leaving “After Dark”, while in the present day, the contractors arrive to repair the lighthouse. This episode’s After Dark tale is “His Mother’s Voice”.
In which the island’s guardians are revealed, and Leonard Allen makes a most peculiar deal for his life. This episode’s After Dark tale is “The Heart-Shaped Box”.
In which down-and-out 1950?s radio host Leonard Allen is given a second chance in 2008, and the mystery of his horror show "After Dark" begins anew.