When people die, whether they're famous celebrities or our everyday neighbors, we tell their stories. In this podcast, the award-winning obituary reporters from Legacy.com explore the fascinating ways we pay tribute to those we've lost. You'll discover incredible lives, unearth secret histories -- and find out whether deaths really do come in threes...
The Civil War Widow Who Lived Until 2020
A surprising number of people live past 100 years old. In this episode, Linnea and Stephen share the remarkable life stories of the centenarians whose obituaries have made headlines over the past year — from the very last Civil War veteran’s widow to the very last stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
What Happened When Prince Died
Few people have ever planned their own legacy as obsessively as the superstar musician Prince did. We talk with two people who visited Prince’s mansion following his death: Immortalized co-host Linnea Crowther and superfan critic Scott Woods.
How People React When Beloved Celebrities Die
Why do people care so much when a famous stranger dies? In our first episode, we explore the condolences that poured in for two very well-known, but very different, celebrities: Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek, and civil rights icon Rosa Parks.
Legacy.com's award-winning obituary reporters uncover remarkable life stories while exploring the questions everyone asks: “Do deaths really come in threes?” “Is it morbid writing obituaries every day?” “How can a young person die of ‘natural causes’?” “Whose obituary got the most love?”
Watch the teaser trailer for IMMORTALIZED, premiering summer 2021!