Friends, co-Workers & fans of True Crime and the paranormal. Tammie Merheb-Chavez and Brice Mitchell Williams tell stories of True Crime and its paranormal aftermath set in and around Hollywood, CA. aka Hollyweird.
Ep. 93 The Life & Paranormal Aftermath of Errol Flynn
ERROL FLYNN Irish-American film actor, best known for his swashbuckling roles
He was known as the Tasmania Devil, The Swashbuckler, and The Baron of Mulholland Errol Flynn was the most dashing and reckless actor to take Hollywood by storm in the 1940s. But Flynn's antics off-screen far overshadowed his brief but brilliant prime as the biggest box-office star at Warner Brothers. He was LEGEND. But sometimes legends can turn out to be darker. With scandalous whispers of being a nazi spy, heroine trips, and two-way mirrors and sex parties in his Mulholland it was no wonder he was introduced with the promiscuous catchphrase, “In like Flynn” in ep. 93 we will take a dive into Errol’s early life, career and death. In the Paranormal Association, we learn that Tracy Nelson the Daughter of former teen heartthrob and singer Rick Nelson had lived in one of Flynn’s most notorious homes. It was there where she claimed to have been haunted by the spirit of Errol Flynn and had witnessed the chain of events that led to her father’s tragic end. So grab some salt, pour yourself a martini, and get comfortable as we talk about the Life and paranormal aftermath of Errol Flynn, Hollywood’s handsome devil.
Please note that this episode contains depictions of addiction & sexual assault that may be triggering to some listeners
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Ep. 92 L.A.’s Most Haunted Music Studios
Let's travel around L.A. and visit some of the most famous music studios that may have some rock 'n' ghouls. Let's head over to The Alley Studios in North Hollywood where some of the most influential music artists have recorded memorable hits! But, is it possible that they may have been in the presence of a few specters? Learn what music studio was the influence behind 2022's Studio 666 along with the most famous studio that almost scared away The Red Hot Chili Peppers. We about this and more!
Ep. 91 Lifestyles of the Rich & Haunted Famous| Celebrity Haunted Homes
Celebrities, they seem to have it all. Fame, fancy cars, beautiful mansions, and GHOSTS. It seems as though many celebrities have moved into a real-life Disney haunted mansion minus the hitchhiking ghosts. Yes, their mansions and/or fancy apartments come with everything, especially permanent roommates and they've all dealt with it differently, from moving out as soon as possible to getting to know their ghosts. Let's sit down and pull a Robin Leach as we get to know these famous celebrities' stories and their haunted homes.
Ep. 90 Visiting Marilyn Monroe & Natalie Wood’s Grave with Paranormal Investigator, Patrick Langdon
Join us on today's episode as we travel to one of L.A.'s most famous cemeteries, The Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery located in Westwood off of Wilshire Blvd.
The cemetery was established as Sunset Cemetery in 1905 but had been used for burials since the 1880s. In 1926 the name was officially changed to Westwood Memorial Park and was later changed again to Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park & Mortuary.
Although it is the resting place of some of Hollywood's greatest names, it also contains the graves of many uncelebrated people. Most of those famous names laid to rest within Westwood Memorial include Marilyn Monro, Jack Lemon, Natalie Wood, Hugh Hefner, Eva Gabor, Dorothy Stratten, Walter Matthau, Kirk Douglas, Dean Martin, Carolyn O'Connor, Eva Gabor, and Fanny Brice.
We are joined by our friend and paranormal investigator, former crime scene photographer, and James Dean aficionado, Patrick Langdon. You may have seen Patrick on Ghost Adventures, The Cecil Hotel Episode, and on LiveSciFi live streams. He's traveled all across the U.S. investigating some of the most haunted locations, such as The Queen Mary, The Cecil Hotel, The Black Swan Inn, and The Sallie House. Let's get Hollyweird with Patrick inside The Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery.
Ep. 89 Music and Ghosts Minisode! Getting Hollyweird with Mark Mallman
Let's get Hollyweird with our friend, Mark Mallman! Mark is a Minnesota-based musician, film composer, and memoirist. Since 1998, he has released eight full-length studio albums and in 2019 he released his first book, The Happiness Playlist, which promotes mental health advocacy through the arts.
During Mark's recent visit to L.A., Tammie was able to spend the day with him in old town Burbank and conduct a little impromptu interview. Mark had quite a few interesting stories of haunted music venues, hotels, and music studios! Ghosts and Music! Just a few of our favorite things.
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Ep. 88 The Winchester Revisited with special guest, writer & haunted historian, Christiane Franke
We love a good gothic ghost story! There's one that comes to mind that manifested here in the state of California, The Legend of Sarah Winchester and the ghosts that built the Winchester mansion. According to legend, Sarah had an around-the-clock crew of craftsmen who were hired to construct her house that was designed by ghosts. The unique design of staircases leading to nowhere with twisted corridors and 160 rooms. This project was to be a lifelong project to appease the spirits of the people killed by the Winchester rifles. However, quite a few historians suggest a much more mundane explanation, such as our special guest Christiane Franke.
"Sarah Winchester was an intelligent woman and architect, but she was painted as a crazy old woman who lived alone..." explains Christi. "She took care of everyone, you wanted to work for her..."
Let's go beyond the legend with Christi as we revisit The Winchester Mansion to separate fact from fiction.
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