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Top 4 Sunday Suspense Stories You Cannot Miss

 

Do you love entertainment, thrill and different genres? Well, if you get all the content in a single program? Have you ever heard Sunday suspense? This story filled expedition is a must experience for everyone.

There are plenty of stories and the Best of Sunday suspense you would find in this post. The point is when you can bring enjoyment and thrill in your life through different stories, you should do that. It is always a great pleasure to derive suspense, inspiration, enjoyment and happiness in your life.

 

  • Professor Shonku and The Box from Baghdad by Satyajit Ray

 

It is a story that is surely going to get you an amazing experience.  This is a story revolving around Science and the overall expedition. Shonku gets a chance to experience the fictional world of the Arabian Nights stories in truth along with the companions Goldstein and Petrucci.  This crew of Sunday Suspense clearly showed why they are so popular and reasons to take their path and follow them intensely. 

 

  • The Lost Jewels by Rabindranath Tagore

 

Rabindranath Tagore is a renowned personality and no introduction is needed for him.  He has contributed to a vast genre of literary works. You know Radio Mirchi carried out this ideal horror story in the fascinating program Sunday Suspense but informed the audience for a mild change in the language for all listeners to conveniently follow up with the entire storyline.  The story is about a married couple, the obsession for jewels and the loneliness. What the story unfolds for you; you have to know it by listening to this. The story would surely get you a great time and thrilling time.

 

  • The Terror of Blue John Gap by Arthur Conan Doyle

 

This is a tale revolves around a recovering doctor who takes refuge in Derbyshire Farm for some time so as to have a change of air. But this stay was followed by a sequence of uncanny events forcing him to excavation into the mystery surrounding ‘The Blue John Gap’. The storytelling that has been done by Deep for Sunday Suspense is engaging and commendable.  You surely would have a chilling experience.  And of course, talking about Arthur Conan Doyle, he remains one of the most celebrated and cherished authors in the fantasy, crime fiction and so on.  

 

  • The House of Brown Sahib by Satyajit Ray

 

Carried out amidst the series of short stories by Satyajit Ray during radio program Sunday Suspense, Brown Saheb-er Bari is another engaging tale. This short story was foremost published in the year 1

971 in Sandesh Patrika. The story revolves around the protagonist who gets hold of a diary that is written by Brown Saheb, located in Bangalore, Fraser Town.  The narrator with his friend visits the Perennial Lodge where Brown Saheb resided with Simon and the situations that followed by shall often give you Goosebumps.

Conclusion

So, the point is, you should definitely go through these interesting and engaging stories of Sunday Suspense. These are sheer delight for anyone and everyone.