19 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, 18.2K 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
18.2K Ratings

18.2K Ratings

Amy&Sons ,

True-Crime, Binge Worthy

I had so many jaw dropping moments during my listening. Wonderfully produced and so detailed.

DJ Ayres ,

Mixed feelings

The story is interesting, but overdramatized, with artificial cliffhangers and suspense. The advertisements are grotesquely dovetailed with the stories. I understand that this is a commercial enterprise but it feels really insensitive to slam cut into ad reads in the middle of interviews with mourning family members. Then I was shocked to learn (by googling Neil Strauss) that when he calls himself “a reporter for Rolling Stone,” that’s only a fraction of his background. Distancing himself from his pickup artist past is smart, because I don’t know too many women who would keep listening if he was upfront about it. I’m not unhappy that I listened to the podcast, but the ads and Neil’s trashy history left a bad taste in my mouth.

hleigh44 ,

I was drawn in

I was quickly drawn into this story and was greatly impressed by the reporting and detective work involved in the making of this podcast. I look forward to another intriguing case.

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