John Austin
Hollywood's Unsolved Mysteries
April 02, 2020 Comments.. 235
Hollywood's Unsolved Mysteries John Austin Veteran Hollywood reporter Austin reveals the real truth behind the deaths of Hollywood s top celebrities Stars included are Marilyn Monroe, William Holden, Natalie Wood, George Reeves, Bob Crane, Freddie Prinze, Inger Stevens, Kin and Gig Young, and others Something here for every film fan Los Angeles Daily News Photographs.. Hollywood s Unsolved Mysteries Veteran Hollywood reporter Austin reveals the real truth behind the deaths of Hollywood s top celebrities Stars included are Marilyn Monroe William Holden Natalie Wood George Reeves Bob Crane Fre
  • Title: Hollywood's Unsolved Mysteries
  • Author: John Austin
  • ISBN: 9781561710652
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hollywood's Unsolved Mysteries John Austin

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    1 Blog on “Hollywood's Unsolved Mysteries

    1. Carla JFCL says:

      I m not going to rate this one, because I just could not get through it Maybe it s because I too recently read a similar book, but for some reason it just failed to keep my interest up So, after a valiant effort, I will be returning it to its rightful owner and on to something else on my list.

    2. John Taylor says:

      It is a good book that covers a lot of unsolved deaths in and around Hollywood Though underlying theme is that the Hollywood moguls have significant influence over law enforcement in LA, which enables them to manipulate investigations There is likely some truth to the author s theory, as the money always has a vested interest in keeping the money rolling.

    3. Rae says:

      A collection of unsolved mysteries involving people in Hollywood and the movie business Gossipy forensics.

    4. Rob says:

      This is a worthwhile basic primer into some the lurid corners of Hollywood Babylon If you re looking for detailed information on the cases presented here, look elsewhere, and the author has an incredibly annoying habit of referring to himself as we as in we think this, we think that, we interviewed Inger Stevens when we were writing for the Los Angeles Free Dickhead etc etc , but this is absolutely worth a look as a basic introduction.

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