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A revealing new series exploring the truths behind Hollywood's
most tragic and enduring myths, murders and scandals.


Original score provided by Michael McCormack



The Haunting Mysteries of The Black Dahlia


PREMIERES SUNDAY, APRIL 3



It’s the most explosive unsolved murder in Hollywood history. Cut in half and drained of blood,
the victim who became known as The Black Dahlia continues to haunt generations for the graphic nature
of her demise, and the nagging questions that remain unanswered after nearly 70 years.
But the search for the truth continues.

Featuring a panel of special guests including filmmaker Kyle J. Wood, Jon Haimowitz, writers Larry Harnisch 
and 
Joan Renner, and retired LAPD homicide detective and best-selling author Steve Hodel,
whose hugely popular series of
 Black Dahlia Avenger books pin the crime on his own father. 

Written, produced, edited and narrated by Jamey DuVall.
Voice talents include
 Mike White, Dean Treadway, Sam Adams, Sarah Adams, Nicole Lee
Johnnie C. Ingram
, Natalie Dieffenwierth and Ryan Dieiffenwierth

Full Episode
 
Uncut Interview:  Steve Hodel
Uncut Interview: Larry Harnisch
Uncut Interview: Joan Renner
Uncut Interview: Kyle J. Wood


 

Peg Entwistle and the Hollywood Sign Suicide



Her suicide became a tragic metaphor for the dashed dreams of Hollywood hopefuls.
But the real story has been lost under the sensationalized rubble of Tinseltown lore:
Who was Peg Entwistle, and why did she end her life?


Full Episode
Uncut Interview: Biographer James Zeruk, Jr.



Who Killed Christa Helm?



Christa Helm moved to Hollywood with stars in her eyes..
She kept a journal detailing her affairs with many of Hollywood’s heaviest hitters.
Is that why she was brutally stabbed to death on February 12, 1977? 


Full Episode
Uncut Interview: Childhood friend Darlene Thoresen
Uncut Interview: Detective Larry Gandsey
Uncut Interview: Her Daughter Nicole
Uncut Interview: True Crime writer Fred Rosen
Uncut Interview: Writer Steven Thompson & Researcher Rene Thompson
Uncut Interview: Friend Jeremiah Newton
Uncut Interview: Biographer John O'Dowd



 

Superman Is Dead



When actor George Reeves perished from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in 1959,
the youth of the world came to the painful realization that even Superman was mortal.
But while the verdict may have been suicide, the evidence suggests otherwise.




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