18 episodes

In Feb 2018, an aspiring actress vanished from her Hollywood apartment. Rolling Stone journalist Neil Strauss was asked to help the family get answers. Together, they found them...sometimes at great personal risk. For the first time in a serial podcast, go inside a gripping multi-state investigation as it unfolds from the moment of the disappearance to each twist and turn in the case. Stay not only more informed than the news, but listen as the official story is dismantled with in-the-moment first-hand reporting with the leading figures in the investigation. The new #1 podcast from the team behind Up & Vanished and Atlanta Monster.

To Live and Die in LA Tenderfoot

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 16.3K Ratings

In Feb 2018, an aspiring actress vanished from her Hollywood apartment. Rolling Stone journalist Neil Strauss was asked to help the family get answers. Together, they found them...sometimes at great personal risk. For the first time in a serial podcast, go inside a gripping multi-state investigation as it unfolds from the moment of the disappearance to each twist and turn in the case. Stay not only more informed than the news, but listen as the official story is dismantled with in-the-moment first-hand reporting with the leading figures in the investigation. The new #1 podcast from the team behind Up & Vanished and Atlanta Monster.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
16.3K Ratings

16.3K Ratings

basicafbz ,

Words can’t describe

This podcast is like a book you can’t put down there is always something new and crazy twist at the end

LtotheISA111 ,

Wow I couldn’t stop listening!!

My boyfriend recommended this podcast not knowing anything what it was about. WOW!!!

I couldn’t stop listening! There were twist and turns at every episode!!

Definitely one to listen to!!

Finished it in a day!

FinnR1945 ,

Compelling mystery very poorly told

The circumstances and story are interesting but Strauss made a very poor narrator of the events. He on-air persona has zero charisma and seemed to be in over his head which is ironic for a career journalist. His ‘interviews’ were painfully awkward as was his sudden attempts at faux-compassion or deeper insights to the human psyche.

The mystery itself is intriguing. It is unfortunate the podcast seemed so amateurish and ham-fisted.

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