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It was 75 years ago today when Doomsday arrived - or so we thought. October 30, 1938, the day when poisonous black gas crept through New Jersey, ray guns shot flames across New York City and killing machines from Mars took over the nation. Today is the 75th anniversary of Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" broadcast, a fake news report of alien invaders from Mars, which struck fear into the nation as listeners were convinced the fictional story was a very real, live broadcast. At 8 p.m. on Halloween's eve, the 1938 show started with a weather report and a swing band number before scripted "breaking news" reports of invading tripods interrupted the broadcast. Reports stated 7,000 soldiers and a fleet of army planes were called in to fight off the invaders. The military's effort was unsuccessful. The following morning, Halloween 1938, The New York Daily News reported "unbelievable scenes of terror in New York, New Jersey, the South and as far west as San Francisco." "Without waiting for further details, thousands of listeners rushed from their homes in New York and New Jersey, many with towels across their faces to protect themselves from 'gas' which the invader was supposed to be spewing forth," the original article said.
Listen to the full 1938 "War of the Worlds" broadcast