The Original War of the Worlds radio broadcast
I wish I could have experienced War of the Worlds in 1938. I would have been fooled and probably peeved that I bought in, but something like this will probably never happen again. There was a lot of backlash for this Mercury Theater on the Air radio episode, but it solidified Orson Welles (Born in Kenosha, WI) as a star. I love radio, and listening to this is about as nostalgic as it gets. While it originally aired on October 30th as a Halloween episode, April Fools day seems like a great day to revisit. Enjoy.