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Hollywoodland Unsolved dives into some of Hollywood's most gruesome and chilling unsolved murders. Tweet me @HollywoodlandPC or email me at HollywoodlandPod@Gmail.com | Maps + graphics by Brian Balzerini | www.hollywoodlandpod.com

Hollywoodland: Unsolved Ansley Gordon

    • TV & Film

Hollywoodland Unsolved dives into some of Hollywood's most gruesome and chilling unsolved murders. Tweet me @HollywoodlandPC or email me at HollywoodlandPod@Gmail.com | Maps + graphics by Brian Balzerini | www.hollywoodlandpod.com

    The Murder of Christa Helm

    The Murder of Christa Helm

    Described as the "Black Dahlia of the Disco Era," the murder of Christa Helm is still unsolved to this day. | Sources: https://cbsn.ws/2pIC0UT | https://bit.ly/2DTaTf7 | https://oxygen.tv/2szPLtR | https://bit.ly/2G6M4xZ | https://bit.ly/2I0twV8

    • 23 min
    Haunted Hollywood Hotels

    Haunted Hollywood Hotels

    What's behind some of Hollywood's most haunted hotels? This special Halloween episode gives you a tour!
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    Map: http://bit.ly/2cGQqN3
    Website: http://www.hollywoodlandpod.com/

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    The Roosevelt
    Opened May 1927 - still operating 
    7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

    The Chateau Marmont
    8221 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90046
    Opened: Feb 1929 - still operating

    The Knickerbocker
    1714 Ivar Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
    Year opened: June 1929 - now senior living center

    The Beverly Hills Hotel
    9641 Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA
    Opened: May 12, 1912 – still operating

    The Hotel Bel-Air
    701 Stone Canyon Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90077
     Year opened: 1946 – still operating

    Millennium Biltmore Hotel
    506 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90071
    Year opened: Oct 1923 – still operating

    Queen Mary
    1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802
    Year Docked: 1967 - still operating
    Ghost Cam: http://bit.ly/2gzBHHT

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    Sources: http://bit.ly/2zAPrK4 | http://bit.ly/2zDrmlE | http://bit.ly/2y2cGPi | http://dailym.ai/2xUNCKP | http://bit.ly/2y2cGPi | http://bit.ly/1AYbDce | http://bit.ly/2gCoA94 | http://nyp.st/1jVWvWB | http://bit.ly/2zOBYzi | http://bit.ly/1KL3I4j

    • 16 min
    The Murder of The Black Dahlia | Part II

    The Murder of The Black Dahlia | Part II

    This cold case has stumped the LAPD for 70 years. Who killed the Black Dahlia? | Part 2 |
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    Website: www.hollywoodlandpod.com/
    Map: bit.ly/2cGQqN3
    Body Found: 3825 S Norton Ave
    January 19th 1947
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    Sources: http://bit.ly/2g0Kgyx | http://bit.ly/2xmpH2W | http://bit.ly/2v0pHZE | http://bit.ly/1ybx1O9 | http://lat.ms/2wBhkE1 | http://bit.ly/2wgRna2 | http://unc.live/2iBxuav
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    Hollywood & Crime: http://wondery.com/wondery/shows/hollywoodcrime/

    • 18 min
    The Murder of The Black Dahlia | Part 1

    The Murder of The Black Dahlia | Part 1

    This cold case has stumped the LAPD for 70 years. Who killed the Black Dahlia?
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    Website: www.hollywoodlandpod.com/
    Map: http://bit.ly/2cGQqN3
    Body Found: 3825 S Norton Ave
    January 19th 1947

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    SOURCES http://bit.ly/2sHh9p4 | http://bit.ly/2k3nDdJ | http://bit.ly/2jvlcQ4 | http://bit.ly/2j7Vjme | http://bit.ly/2k3nDdJ | http://bit.ly/2iA0Rtp | http://bit.ly/2k3nPtt | http://imdb.to/2jmt58e | http://bit.ly/2jmt7gm | http://bit.ly/2rB2pIg | http://bit.ly/29ByhRZ | http://lat.ms/1JHvSCY | http://bit.ly/2sHh9p4

    • 22 min
    Episode 7 | The Mysterious Death of Thomas Ince

    Episode 7 | The Mysterious Death of Thomas Ince

    Thomas Ince – big time Hollywood producer and studio owner, died under mysterious circumstances aboard newspaper tycoon William Randolf Hearst’s ship The Oneida. Who is telling the truth?

    Website: http://www.hollywoodlandpod.com/
    Murder Site: On board The Oneida – owned by William Randolph Hearst
    November 16, 1942

    SOURCES http://bit.ly/2qBgNMo | http://bit.ly/1KFfOif | http://bit.ly/2si8TZ0 | http://bit.ly/2ssuqxH | http://bit.ly/2rY8D4d | http://imdb.to/2rUXG3V |

    • 16 min
    The Mysterious Death of Paul Bern

    The Mysterious Death of Paul Bern

    This mysterious death of MGM executive Paul Bern is full of secrets, deception and cover up. What lead to the untimely demise of the new husband of hollywood icon Jean Harlow?
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    Map: http://bit.ly/2cGQqN3
    Addresses: Last Seen - 9860 Easton Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
    September 5, 1932
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    SOURCES: http://bit.ly/2kCCx6v | http://imdb.to/2kWNPWp | http://bit.ly/2ludKFF | http://bit.ly/2l8rrJI | http://bit.ly/2kVc2u1| http://imdb.to/2lWVWUB

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

Meg112184 ,

Love!

Love this podcast. Wish there was more. Great writing and voice. Very enjoyable and entertaining

DebSoCAL ,

Florentine Gardens, not Florence Gardens

It’s a great show. I used to dance at FG, that’s why I had to make the correction. It still stands. Hollywood Blvd. I got kicked out for puking on the stage. I had just turned 18 and should not have been drinking tequila and wine coolers on an empty stomach.

ranland ,

He Was A President , C’mon !!!

Loved the idea of the Greystone Manor murders, but during the Teapot Dome Scandal the President was Warren, not William Harding .
Little things like this make me question your more minor names featured on your episodes.

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