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"scott michaels" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on KGO 810

"Guests for Scott Michaels serving as the inspiration for the eternal darkness tour on season one of the American horror story that was a historical consultant for Quentin Tarantino for once upon a time in Hollywood he is an icon in the world of Hollywood death in nineteen ninety four he held LA's infamous grave line towards driving tourists around Hollywood in a funeral hearse I may have seen him he also launched is popular celebrity website find a death dot com which chronicles the last days of celebrities lives in two thousand five he launched his own Hollywood tour company dearly departed towards which quickly became the authoritative celebrity deaths source and is the founder of the dearly departed podcast with co host Mike Dorsey first of all let's say hi to Scott Scott welcome to the program thank you George what an intro thank you so much for having I'm looking forward to this let me bring Mike and Mike Dorsey is an award winning documentary filmmaker editor television producer he's been a frequent collaborator with the dearly departed podcast told Scott Michaels for more than a decade Mike made the two thousand fifteen crime documentary myrtle wrapped inside the Biggie and Tupac murders which solves the murders of Biggie and two pac most recently he was the producer and editor of the paranormal documentary demand house starring Zak Bagans from ghost adventures and with Scott Michaels might produce the Manson family documentary the six degrees of helter skelter which buzzfeed readers named the fourth scariest documentary ever here's Mike Dorsey Hey Michael hello thank you looking forward to this to win the. did the. Biggie and Tupac some keep saying that to park is still alive do you keep hearing that story all the time it's mainly just in the tabloids that are looking for clicks it it's pretty irrefutable that he he died yeah I think so too tried tragedy in Las Vegas sure he's an iconic figure any of them you know very passionate fan base so you know kind of like with Elvis people don't want to let go and let him go so I get I get what people want to believe he's still alive so both your March will be open so feel free to jump in at any time but Scott what got you to start the dearly departed podcast. well when Mike and I have been I have been friends a clever just as you said for about ten years and and sort of you know everyone else was doing and we have some great stories they haven't been hold our own sort of slant on Hollywood is really never been touched upon and we we just figured well we'll give it a shot and people seem to respond to and we we enjoy it actually it's a lot of fun how often do you do in the show. currently is often used to replace probably we we put together by one every every about two weeks is how we we launch but one new one every couple weeks. we want to hear it how did they find it. it is on they can go to dearly departed pod dot com and then they can look up dearly departed podcast on iTunes Spotify get your mind you can find us on Facebook okay let's have you guys get more shows to our producer Tom we'll see what we can do for you on the I heart radio podcasting that be great that would be terrific thank you George agree topic indeed the Hollywood is is a great place for the strange and unusual deaths and use guided you Mike you're right in the middle of all of it aren't you all right in the thick of it yeah yeah it's sort of embrace it a lot of people run from the subject but that's sort of where we run to and and yeah it's it's it's the go to story for me I love I love the Hollywood that Scott did you find when you started the dearly departed tours that there was a great. audience for this well there's certainly a whole P. audience to it you know we've all sort of what's funny when I started doing this tour started doing this business it was back when you know people were buying their true crime magazines and sort of talking them in the back of their grocery taxes no one would see and and now you know there are twenty four hour cable networks devoted strictly to the subject matter so people will come out of the closet so to speak you know and and and I was sort of at the I was at the forefront of that most definitely and and and people of sort of well now the mainstream is jumped online bandwagon you know that it's it's become very common place now I was just given the address of Marilyn Monroe's house that she was in when she died I don't even know if it's still around but do you know anything about that it was in Brentwood somewhere five this Selena Dr sure it's still there it's still there yeah do these days is it Yuri when you drive by these places and just kind of stare at the house let me tell you why I go to Denver every month to do are beyond belief television show and in boulder of course that's where Jon Benet Ramsey the poor little girl was killed and the driver said look you know be before I get you to the TV studio we're going right by the Jon Benet Ramsey house. sure to you and I'm thinking now my god do I want to see the house and he said he said look you're in the news business you need to see this and in the G. says I I'm going to ask you a question afterwards I said okay let my driver and he drives me up by the house and I look at it in you get the weirdest sensation looking at that house visualizing and trying to picture the tragedy that happened years before do people get that feeling when you take them on tours and they look at these places. well I I tried to encourage that feeling actually because that's what that's what put it puts a a human spin on that when you're looking at that house the the Ramsey have ocean in boulder you you're trying to think of the imagine that things both those walls echoed you know the things that that that that that home sort of contains and it's been a fascination for so many people for so long so for instance I tour with were passing the Janis Joplin hotel room yeah we're she passed away I can point out a room and people sort of you know are fascinated with that but if you had in the human aspect of playing her music and then looking at that room that's the emotional impact that's the part that I really that's what I go for because it breaks it makes these people into real stories of real humans not just you know record albums are photographs is the you could realize the history that happened right there are these places haunted. well I would say some of them are most definitely I think so I think that there's some things some people just aren't ready to move on and I do believe that some of these people to hang around yeah definitely. in Mike when you I have worked on the documentary and of a lot of this of course. he has have you found it to be strange and unusual on some of these cases. yeah I am I grew up in a law enforcement family so I kind of grew up hearing about stories about the strange and unusual sure people do to each other but I yeah for me a lot of times a lot better than late at night and so when it's one or two o'clock in the morning and if you're in a dark room and the city of the sleep and I'm editing something like demon house. yourself out in a way yes there you know you start thinking that you're hearing things are seen things out of the corner of your eyes so yeah you can get when you're done in this world for a long time a kind of can get you a little bit with your documentary about the Manson family with the six degrees of helter skelter what made it one of the fourth most curious documentaries according to buzzfeed readers we took audiences to the locations where things happened in which is interesting and we didn't really focus on the killer so much because they've been you know idolized in a wave bye bye society and can hold up as you know a lot of the focus is always on them so we focus more on the victims and where the victims lived in all when we think we I think with the forty different locations tied to the to the crimes and I think that he was once we got into we set it up and then once you get into the murders you're you're kind of prime for it and we had video footage from inside the house and she'll drive before was torn down that we use with crime scene photos and everything in a really it put you there and we had you know some of the Manson recordings music recordings that they had we got permission to use so I think it's just a it's the real horror of it it's a horror film but it actually happened why we tried to which I did to stay away from the how could this have happened the you know the homecoming princess turned to murder a we do we do really didn't do any of that stuff we were very victim oriented and it was more like this is where it happened and this is exactly what happened as opposed to you know the theoretical stuff and that actually the horror of of the real incident is is is horrifying enough without adding and all that other although the business because we are very we know we focus on the victims of what they went through as opposed to you know the killers lives couple years ago I play the recording of Charlie Mansons original audition tape of musical audition tape that he gave to the beach boys hoping that he was going to become. well one of them and they of course rejected him and would there be the beach boys original of founder an agent to rush Regan who's not with us anymore I had a copy of the tape the let us play in no in listen to we could not keep it but it was it was strange fearing Charlie Manson do what he did but after they rejected him he flipped out and look what happened right yeah that's certainly certainly added to the things that were going on in his head at that time we mentioned the thing about him you he wasn't terrible he wasn't a bad musician he wasn't a bad song ready wasn't terrific either but you know he was as good as he was not good and and so I can I can understand how he he had some. yeah we had some attache back then he could he could have done okay there are a lot of people that were worse than them they got record deals and and yeah him by by him being sort of sun by the beach boys let that that did not set well with them certainly. let's talk about some of the favored LA based murders and why they're so popular still at this point of course we got to start with sure Sharon Tate lost a.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And welcome back our final segment George nori back with you along with Scott Michaels and Mike Dorsey as we talk about their work the dearly departed podcast how did you get that name you to. I think it came from my company yeah it was that yeah I've started dearly departed towards fifteen years ago actually I started using the name about twenty years ago when I started selling sort of tombstone based memorabilia and and it just sort of morphed into that one our first two documentaries are called dearly departed volume one and two and and we just kind of went with it why are people so fascinated with celebrity deaths Scott. it's a way to hang on to them I really do think so it it's it's also you know biographies exist I always went straight to the end of them personally because I think that's the interesting but it's just another aspect is the historic aspect though you know you can go to twenty homes were Frank Sinatra lives but where he died that's for history happens and you can actually place a place in the physical place and and so I graveyards are so popular to as celebrities very Sinatra's last words I'm losing. was it wasn't it yeah yeah yeah that that's so odd when those sorts of things happen. really does. did you have you ever covered like the bizarre deaths like Johnny Roselli or people like that. wait while the ones that we we cover our short of the most bizarre in it within Hollywood I'm and I'm not too familiar with the one that you mentioned but but we do try to uncover the ones that are really interesting for instance there's a there's a gentleman this this is one of my one of our documentaries to this man was Robert lease rallies with a screen writer he did that having Costello meet Frankenstein and he did that land of the giants and is his wife who passed away of cancer he was blacklisted during the McCarthy era it was a week after his ninetieth birthday when a guy who was who was jacked up on crystal meth walked into his house and this is this quite gruesome but grabbed a kitchen knife and and took Robert Lee's head off as he was sleeping and took the head and crossed the back fence and left they had neighbors bad and kill the neighbor the fireplace poker and took off in the neighbor's Mercedes and the next day he was arrested trying to break into paramount studios so you know those are the kinds of stories we gravitate towards because they're so outrageous they're so ridiculous and and just it's are you couldn't make it up a great thing screenwriters trying to make stories like that and. no you're right you're right about that let's take some final calls here will go to Mike in Colorado to get us started Michael go ahead. good evening gentlemen thank you so much for taking my call. a question for you guys I really enjoyed the show tonight on the first of which being want to ask you about the Holmby hills home that Michael Jackson and died in the house it's been rumored to be haunted by many people and there's been lots of signs of ghosts and also I wanted to get your guys his take on the Natalie wood death with Robert Blake and thanks for taking my call George okay you're very welcome okay first of all the Michael Jackson Hole. he died on reduction symbol of our terror wouldn't he was renting the houses in Christian on is a it was the owner of the house and Jackson was paying a hundred thousand dollars a month ranchers mourn he has a huge mansion in a in a prime spot yeah right on Sunset Boulevard so you know as far as if there is any Jackson haunting over there it would probably if he is dead and he probably effectively to go to that little weirdo sort of conspiracy theory but but you know if the if he is that I can understand why he might hang around there because it was quick it was it was very sudden unexpected and and I think he might be a very confused individual so it wouldn't surprise me if he was spilling into the lingering around in that house the Natalie wood situation anybody follow that. sure yeah that you have always taken yeah it's right up our alley now I I do think that if manly would. I think the only thing in may of maliciously happened that night personally is that may be somebody didn't call the police maybe somebody said oh controversial shut up now and she just took off because it was a messy boozy nights and they were fighting and and it was just it sounds like a nightmare really to ban on there. now Natalie wood was afraid of the water however she on a on a yacht and they went on a a lot so it wasn't like she was petrified to be in the water but there are a lot of questions about surrounding the details but I do think you if if there was anyone with guilty of anything I personally think it would have been negligence let's stop let's go to Jersey dug in New Jersey Hey Douglas go ahead. the gentleman's got a very very the show and once again George it's great to speak with you thank you always very curious about either in the Torah or in the book do you will go to or speak about maybe like were very carmine met his Phil Hartman met his tragic death this of what his wife with the shooting it was five or Phil Spector's house where he took the life of that actress or Vic Morrow where he died on the set for the twilight zone along with the child's helicopter accident right right and the chateau Marmont were Joe Belushi had actually died. any of those cases got a burglar three word Belushi died at the chateau Marmont is is definitely on the tour Phil specter was murdered Lana Clarkson and in el hambre which is about at about thirty miles from here now the big moral thing is condominiums now I believe that you knew was a motorcycle dirt bike racing park at the time when they films as well as a movie there and victim the two young actors were killed in a helicopter accident that's now a condominium park I think and the last one but that's not the bathroom they don't what was your last one Jersey all I got was about Phil Spector heart mania filler the other one who that happened in Encino we did have an anniversary dinner there on the anniversary of souls that we do that occasionally not celebrating it's our it's our way of acknowledging so people are not for god and we did a little candlelight walk over to to the house we had dinner tobacco where we're prints were bring had margaritas that night but but yeah it was it's our way we do that occasionally like we do on the anniversary of the Tate murders we go to the restaurant and and take a walk up to the to the house where the house was it's just that I don't know it's been a tradition that we do is going to be eighty years old in December and he still incarcerated yeah I don't think he'll be getting out. and Scott and I went out to his house for one of our docs whatever document three years ago in a minute called I think it's called the priorities castle meaning that really is what it's like it's like a giant castle on top of a hill surrounded by it's like something in you know maybe we'll times almost is surrounded by a bunch of small little house and then there's this giant mansion you know surrounded by a wall top of this mountain almost it's a really strange place. next up let's go to Joseph in San Diego California hijos of. German thank you so much for taking my call shores I am trying one of three short questions one was the of Courtney Love Kurt Cobain situation you think that maybe Kourtney might have just gone off and shot in a rage and had a bye Louis Louis Lamont. that was one question and then did it did Arnold to go to Brian Jones and make Jagger that the fighting did make have Ryan killed that night all. and then. don't you questions and then I have one story right let's hold on for that let's see any one of you want to take a stab at those are questions yeah big big Kurt Cobain one of what I followed pretty closely and I know Nick Broomfield put a documentary out years ago called curtain Courtney which tried to push that you know the theory that Courtney Love had and had him killed and tried to hire somebody to do it and more recently somebody put a documentary alcon about that I I personally don't believe it I I believe he killed himself I don't know that. hello did much to stop it from happening or if she even could have but I I don't know I don't think I think that was a suicide. and it's got to maybe talk about. the other one one question in the end them out in this quick story the the what about the Jimi Hendrix you possibly may have been drugs like gang and ordered the wind down because you have wine all little room not just from vomiting but it could have been killed by air there's there's a theory that the ambulance people had something to do with that Monica I forget what her name was is his girlfriend at the time I I you know I'm usually the guy to go straight to the first the first you know the first explanation when the when the first responders or are there in their own reports say it just seems to be the easiest thing and and usually the most honest thing it's only in retrospect things change and and and the more the story sort of blow up but but the brain Jones thing is another one that it's it's curious because certainly Mick Jagger and Brian Jones had a a hugely rocky relationship and there's one theory that it was just a I missed work man who who had something to do with Brian Jones frowning and I think there's been at least one death bed confession so people don't like to go to the simplest explanation for the for when it comes to their to their heroes passing away and and I'm not saying it's unfounded I I usually just go for the first explanation June's Vienna story go ahead story in the and maybe have some reflection I heard a story was a was a Sir well I went to India for ten years I was it when India and I was talking to a gentleman who we also American we're to program which in India and he said that you're just story quite quite confident that Morrison wanted out there was no coroner's report he had a crip knowing to get into the gun and America's express sequence the India where you could get free meals for many vegetarian tell. only got out any probably died there he's probably dead now. but he said he he that he now he he had known people they had seen more sin in India well I don't know if that's true or not I'm gonna go with it but I hate the investigation in Paris and you know they didn't do an autopsy but they didn't have to because there wasn't anything really suspicious about is that if the French authorities did did perceive it through all the legal channels that they were supposed to and and it all seems like it was very you know in the dark of night and he was taken to a place and you know buried at night time and no one knows corpse but the people did people did see is body and and I I would like to think it's a great story to be a great ending it Marcin was alive but I I'm pretty confident that he's not I mean people just want to hang on to these.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Our final segment George nori back with you along with Scott Michaels and Mike Dorsey as we talk about their work there you dearly departed podcast how did you get that name you to. I think it came from my company yeah it was that yeah I started dearly departed towards fifteen years ago actually I started using the name about twenty years ago when I started selling sort of tombstone based memorabilia and and it just sort of morphed into that one our first two documentaries recalled dearly departed volume one and two and and we just kind of went with it why do people fascinated with celebrity deaths Scott. it's a way to hang on to them I really do think so it it's it's also you know biographies exist I always went straight to the end of them personally because I think that's the interesting that but it's just another aspect is the historic aspect though you know you can go to twenty homes were Frank Sinatra lives but where he died that's for history happens and you can actually place a place them in a physical place and and so I graveyards are so popular too is celebrities graves also not use last words I'm losing. it was it wasn't it yeah yeah that that's so odd when those sorts of things happen. really does. did you have you ever covered like the bizarre deaths like Johnny Roselli or people like that. wait while the ones that we we cover our short of the most bizarre in it with in Hollywood I meant I meant to familiar with the one that you mention but but we do try to uncover the ones that are really interesting for instance there's a there's a gentleman this this is one of them one of our documentaries to this man was Robert lease rallies with a screenwriter he did Abin Costello meet Frankenstein and he did the land of the giants and his his wife who passed away of cancer he was blacklisted during the McCarthy era it was a week after his ninetieth birthday when a guy who was who was jacked up on crystal meth walked into his house and this is this quite gruesome but grabbed a kitchen knife and and took Robert Lee's head off as he was sleeping and took the head and crossed the back fence and less they had neighbors bad and kill the neighbor the fireplace poker and took off in the neighbor's Mercedes and the next day he was arrested trying to break into paramount studios so you know those are the kinds of stories we gravitate towards because they're so outrageous they're so ridiculous and and just it's a you couldn't make it up agonizing screenwriters trying to make stories like that. now you're right you're right about that let's take some final calls here will go to Mike in Colorado to get us started Michael go ahead. good evening gentlemen thank you so much for taking my call. a couple questions for you guys I really enjoyed the show tonight on the first of which bean want to ask you about the Holmby hills home that Michael Jackson and died in that house there's been rumored to be haunted by many people and there's been lots of signs of ghosts and also I wanted to get your guys his take on the Natalie wood death with Robert Blake and thanks for taking my call George okay you're very welcome okay first of all the Michael Jackson Hole. he died on reduction symbol of art and Carol would in that he was renting the houses in Christian on is a it was the owner of the house and Jackson was paying a hundred thousand dollars a month renter someone's GS yeah yeah the huge mansion and a you know a prime spot yeah right on Sunset Boulevard so you know as far as if there is any Jackson haunting over there it would probably if he is dead and he probably is I just like to go to that little weirdo sort of conspiracy theory but but you know if the if he is that I can understand why he might hang around there because it was quick it was it was very sudden unexpected and and I think he might be a very confused individual so it wouldn't surprise me if he was still laying in a lingering around in that house in one month to Natalie wood situation anybody follow that. sure yeah that's what we think yeah it's right up our alley now I I do think that if Natalie wood. I think the only thing in may of maliciously happened that night personally is that may be somebody didn't call the police maybe somebody said oak Ave **** shut up now and she just took off because it was a messy boozy nights and they were fighting and and it was just it sounds like a nightmare really to ban on that ship now Natalie wood was afraid of the water however she on day on the yacht and then went on a a lot so it wasn't like she was petrified to be in the water but there are a lot of questions about surrounding the details but I do think it would if if there was anyone with guilty of anything I personally think it would've been negligence let's not let's go to Jersey dug in New Jersey Hey Douglas go ahead. the gentleman's got a very very the show and once again George it's great to speak with you thank you always very curious about either in the Torah or in the book do you will go to or speak about maybe like were very carmine met his Phil Hartman met his tragic death this of what his wife with the shooting to his side or Phil Spector's house where he took the life of that actress or Vic Morrow where he died on the set for the twilight zone along with the child in a helicopter accident right right and the chateau Mar were Joe Belushi had a. actually died. any of those cases coming from Los three word Belushi died at the chateau Marmont is is definitely on the tour Phil Spector what is murdered Lana Clarkson in in el hambre which is about that about thirty miles from here now the Vic Morrow thing is condominiums now I believe that you knew was a motorcycle dirt bike racing park at the time when the films as well as a movie there and victim the two young actors were killed in a helicopter accident that's now a condominium park I think and the last one I think your government. not the vector within one. what was your last one Jersey all I got was about Phil Spector Hartman the actual owner or the other one who that happened in Encino we did have an anniversary dinner there on the anniversary of Phil's dad we do that occasionally not celebrating it's our it's our way of acknowledging so people are not for god and we did a little candlelight walk over to to the house we had dinner booted about beau where we're prints were bring had margaritas that night but but yeah it was it's our way we do that occasionally like we do on the anniversary of the Tate murders we go to the restaurant and and take a walk up to the to the house where the house was it's just that I don't know what's in our tradition that we do not do is going to be eighty years old in December and he still incarcerated yeah I don't think you'll be getting out. and it's gotten I went out to his house for one of our docs whatever documentary years ago in a minute called I think it's called the priorities castle in in that really is what it's like it's like a giant castle on top of a hill surrounded by it's like something in you know maybe we'll time the loss of surrounded by a bunch of small little house and then there's this giant mansion you know surrounded by a wall top of this mountain almost it's a really strange place. next up let's go to Joseph in San Diego California hijos of. German thank you so much for taking my call stores and try one of three short questions one was the of Courtney Love Kurt Cobain situation you think that maybe Kourtney might have just gone off and shot in a rage made out of by Louis Louis Lamont. that was one question and then did it did Arnold to go to Brian Jones and Mick Jagger that the fighting did make have Ryan killed the nine in the pool. and then. those two questions and then I have one story right let's hold on for that let's see any one of you want to take a stab at those are questions yeah. open one of one I followed pretty closely and I know Nick Broomfield put a documentary out years ago called curtain Courtney which tried to push that you know the theory that Courtney Love had and had him killed and tried to hire somebody to do it and more recently somebody put a documentary out and about that I I personally don't believe it I I believe he killed himself I don't know that. hello did much to stop it from happening or if she even could have but I I don't know I don't think I think that was a suicide. and it's got to maybe talk about. the other one one question in the end them out in this quick story the the what about the Jimi Hendrix you possibly may have been drugs like gang and ordered the wind down because you have wine all little room not just from vomiting but he could have been killed by there's there's a theory that the ambulance people had something to do with that Monica I forget what her name was is his girlfriend at the time I I you know I'm usually the guy to go straight to the first the first you know the first explanation when the when the first responders or are there in their own reports a I just seems to be the easiest thing and and usually the most honest thing it's all in retrospect things change and and and the more the story sort of blow up but but the brain Jones thing is another one that it's it's curious because certainly Mick Jagger and Brian Jones had a a hugely rocky relationship and there's one theory that it was just a miffed workmen who who had something to do with Brian Jones drowning and I think there's been at least one death bed confession so people don't like to go to the simplest explanation for the for when it comes to their to their heroes passing away and and I'm not saying it's unfounded I I usually just go for the first explanation June's Vienna story go ahead story in the and maybe have some reflection I heard a story I was a was a so I went to India for ten years I was it when India analysts talking to a gentleman who looked would also American vertical dimension India and he said that you're this story quite quite confident that Morrison wanted out there was no corners report the had a crip knowing to get into the gun and America's express sequence the India where you could get free meals from any vegetarian temple you got. out any probably died there he's probably dead now. but he said he he that he you know he he had known people that have seen more sin in India I don't know if that's true or not I'm gonna go with it but I hate it the investigation in Paris and you know they didn't do an autopsy but they didn't have to because there wasn't anything really suspicious about is that the the French authorities did did perceive it through all the legal channels that they were supposed to and and it all seems like it was very you know in the dark of night and he was taken to a place and you know buried at night time and no one knows corpse but the people did people did see his body and and I I would like to think that the great story going to be a.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Final segment George nori back with you along with Scott Michaels and Mike Dorsey as we talk about their work the dearly departed podcast how did you get that name you to. I think it came from my company yeah it was that yeah I started dearly departed towards fifteen years ago actually I started using the name about twenty years ago when I started selling sort of tombstone based memorabilia and and it just sort of morphed into that one our first two documentaries called dearly departed volume one and two and and we just kind of went with it why do people fascinated with celebrity deaths Scott. it's a way to hang on to them I really do think so it it's it's also you know biographies exist I always went straight to the end of them personally because I think that's the interesting but it's just another aspect is the historic aspect though you know you can go to twenty homes were friction after lives but where he died that's for history happens and you can actually place a place them in the physical place and and so I graveyards are so popular to as celebrities graves also not use last words I'm losing. I was it was in it yeah yeah yeah that that's so odd when those sorts of things happen it really does. did you have you ever covered like the bizarre deaths like Johnny Roselli or people like that. wait while the ones that we we cover our short of the most bizarre in it within Hollywood I'm and I'm not too familiar with the one that you mentioned but but we do try to uncover the ones that are really interesting for instance there's a there's a gentleman this this is one of them one of our documentaries to this man was Robert lease rallies with a screenwriter he did Abin Costello meet Frankenstein and he did the land of the giants and is his wife who passed away of cancer he was blacklisted during the McCarthy era it was a week after his ninetieth birthday when a guy who was who was jacked up on crystal meth walked into his house and this is quite gruesome but grabbed a kitchen knife and and took Robert Lee's head off as he was sleeping and took the head and crossed the back fence and left they had neighbors bad and kill the neighbor the fireplace poker and took off in the neighbor's Mercedes and the next day he was arrested trying to break in the paramount studios so you know those are the kinds of stories we gravitate towards because they're so outrageous they're so ridiculous and and just it's are you couldn't make it up I grazing screenwriters trying to make stories like that. now you're right you're right about that let's take some final calls here will go to Mike in Colorado to get us started Michael go ahead. good evening gentlemen thank you so much for taking my call. a couple questions for you guys I've really enjoyed the show tonight on the first of which being want to ask you about the Holmby hills home that Michael Jackson and died in that house there's been rumored to be haunted by many people understand lots of signs of ghosts and also I wanted to get your guys his take on the Natalie wood death with Robert Blake and thanks for taking my call George okay you're very welcome okay first of all the Michael Jackson Hole. he died on reduction symbol of our Terrel wouldn't he was renting the houses in Christian on is a it was the owner of the house and Jackson was paying a hundred thousand dollars a month ranchers mourn yes yeah yeah the huge mansion and a you know a prime spot yeah right on Sunset Boulevard so the no it's far is if there is any Jackson haunting over there it would probably if he is dead and he probably is I just like to go to that little weirdo sort of conspiracy theory but but you know if he if he is that I can understand why he might hang around there because it was quick it was it was very sudden unexpected and and I think he might be a very confused individual so it wouldn't surprise me if he was still laying in a lingering around in that house to Natalie wood's situation anybody follow that. sure yeah that yeah what we think yeah it's right up our alley now I I do think that if Natalie wood. I think the only thing it may have maliciously happened that night personally is that may be somebody didn't call the police maybe somebody said L. controversial shut up now and she just took off because it was a messy boozy night and they were fighting and and it was just it sounds like a nightmare really to ban on them yeah now Natalie wood was afraid of the water however she on day on the yacht and then went on a a lot so it wasn't like she was petrified to be in the water but there are a lot of questions about surrounding the details but I do think it would if if there was anyone with guilty of anything I personally think it would've been negligence thank stump let's go to Jersey dug in New Jersey Hey Douglas go ahead. the gentleman's got a very very the show and once again George it's great to speak with you thank you always very curious about either in the Torah or in the book do you will go to or speak about maybe like were very carmine met his Phil Hartman met his tragic death this of what his wife with the shooting into the side or Phil Spector's house where he took the life of that actress or Vic Morrow where he died on the set for the twilight zone along with the child in a helicopter accident right right and the chateau Mar were Joe Belushi had a. actually died. any of those cases got a bundle of three word Belushi died at the chateau Marmont is is definitely on the tour Phil specter was murdered Lana Clarkson and and L. hamburger which is about that about thirty miles from here now the Vic moral thing is condominiums now I believe the union was a motorcycle dirt bike racing park at the time when they films as well as a movie there and victim the two young actors were killed in a helicopter accident that's now a of a condominium park anything and the last one I think your government. not the vector within one. what was your last one Jersey all I got was about Phil Spector heart mania filler the other one who that happened in Encino we didn't have an anniversary dinner there on the anniversary officials that we do that occasionally not celebrating it's our it's our way of acknowledging so people are not for god and we did a little candlelight walk over to to the house we had dinner who could about beau where we're brands were bring had margaritas that night but but yeah it was it's our way we do that occasionally like we do on the anniversary of the Tate murders we go to the restaurant and and take a walk up to the to the house where the house was it's just that I don't know what's in non tradition that we do not do is going to be eighty years old in December and he still incarcerated yeah I don't think you'll be getting out I don't know and Scott and I went out to his house for one of our docs whatever document three years ago in a minute called I think it's called the priorities castle meaning that really is what it's like it's like a giant cap on top of a hill surrounded by it's like something in you know maybe we'll times almost is surrounded by a bunch of small little house and then there's this giant mansion you know surrounded by a wall top of this mountain almost it's a really strange place. next up let's go to Joseph in San Diego California hijos of. German thank you so much for taking my call of sorts I am try lamp three short questions one was the of Courtney Love Kurt Cobain situation you think that maybe Kourtney might have just gone off and shot in a rage and had a bye Louis Louis Lamont. that was one question and then it it it I don't know to go to Brian Jones and Mick Jagger that the fighting did make have Brian killed that night all. and then. those two questions and then I have one story all right let's hold on for that let's see any one of you want to take a stab at those are questions yeah the Kurt Cobain one of what I followed pretty closely and I know Nick Broomfield put a documentary out years ago called curtain Courtney which tried to push that you know the theory that Courtney Love had and hadn't killed and tried to hire somebody to do it and more recently somebody put a documentary out and about that I I personally don't believe it I I believe he killed himself I don't build it. hello did much to stop it from happening or if she even could have but I I don't know I don't think I think that was a suicide. and it's got can maybe talk about. the other ones one question in the end them out in this quick story the the what about the Jimi Hendrix you possibly may have been drugs like gang and ordered the wind down because you have wine although room not just from vomiting but it could have been killed by there's there's a theory that the ambulance people had something to do with that Monica I forget what her name was his his girlfriend at the time I I you know I'm usually the guy to go straight to the first the first you know the first explanation when the when the first responders or are there and their own reports a just seems to be the easiest thing and and usually the most honest thing it's only in retrospect things change and and and the more the story sort of blow up but but the brain Jones thing is another one that it's it's curious because certainly Mick Jagger and Brian Jones had a a hugely rocky relationship and there's one theory that it was just a I missed work man who who had something to do with Brian Jones frowning and I think there's been at least one deathbed confession so people don't like to go to the simplest explanation for the for when it comes to their to their heroes passing away and and I'm not saying it's unfounded I I usually just go for the first explanation June's Vienna story go ahead story in it and maybe have some reflection I heard a story I was a was a Sir well I went to India for ten years I was it when India and I was talking to a gentleman who would also American where to program which in India and he said that you're just story quite quite confident that Morrison wanted out there was no corners report the how to create no one could get into he got an American Express you went the India where you could get free meals for many vegetarian temple you got. out any probably died there he's probably dead now. but he said he he that he now he he had known people that have seen more sin in India and I don't know if that's true or not I'm gonna go with it if the investigation in Paris and you know they didn't do an autopsy but they didn't have to because there wasn't anything really suspicious about is that if the French authorities did did perceive it through all the legal channels that they were supposed to and and it all seems like it was very you know in the dark of night and he was taken to a place and you know buried at night time and no one knows corpse but the people there if people did see is body and and I I would like to think it's a great story to be a great ending it Marcin was alive but I I'm pretty confident that he's not many people just want to hang on to these superstars and just not let them go right that's true and that's that's but I guess I I you know we're all guilty of that Mike and I with our documentary Jimmy with money.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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12:25 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Our final segment George nori back with you along with Scott Michaels and Mike Dorsey as we talk about their work the dearly departed podcast how did you get that name you to. I think it came from my company yeah it was that yeah I've started dearly departed tourist fifteen years ago actually I started using the name about twenty years ago when I started selling sort of tombstone based memorabilia and and it just sort of morphed into that one our first two documentaries called dearly departed volume one and two and and we just kind of went with it why are people fascinated with celebrity deaths Scott. it's a way to hang on to them I really do think so it's it's also you know biographies exist I always went straight to the end of them personally because I think that's the interesting but it's just another aspect is the historic aspect though you know you can go to twenty homes were friction after live but where he died that's for history happen and you can actually play safe place them in the physical place and and so I graveyards are so popular to a celebrity Sinatra's last words I'm losing. it was it wasn't it yeah yeah yeah that that's so odd when those sorts of things happen. really does. did you have you ever covered like the bizarre deaths like Johnny Roselli or people like that. wait while the ones that we we cover are sort of the most bizarre in it with in Hollywood I'm not I'm not too familiar with the one that you mention but but we do try to uncover the ones that are really interesting for instance there's a there's a gentleman this this is one of them one of our documentaries to this man was Robert lease lease with the screen writer he did that Abin Costello meet Frankenstein and he did the land of the giants and is his wife passed away of cancer he was blacklisted during the McCarthy era it was a week after his ninetieth birthday when a guy who was who was jacked up on crystal meth walked into his house and this is quite gruesome but grabbed a kitchen knife and and took Robert lease had it all as he was sleeping and took the head and crossed the back fence and let the head neighbors bad and kill the neighbor the fireplace poker and took off in the neighbor's Mercedes and the next day he was arrested trying to break into paramount studios so you know those are the kinds of stories we gravitate towards because they're so outrageous they're so ridiculous and and just it's a you couldn't make it up I I think screenwriters trying to make stories like that. no you're right you're right about that let's take some final calls here will go to Mike in Colorado to get us started Michael go ahead. good evening gentlemen thank you so much for taking my call a couple questions for you guys I really enjoyed the show tonight on the first of which being want to ask you about the only bills home that Michael Jackson and died in that house there's been rumored to be haunted by many people and there's been lots of signs of ghosts and also I wanted to get your guys his take on the Natalie would get with Robert Blake indenture taking Michael George okay you're very welcome okay first of all the Michael Jackson Hole. he died on not reductions of Boulevard Carol would in the it was renting the houses in Christian on is a it was the owner of the house and Jackson was paying a hundred thousand dollars a month renter months yes yeah yeah the huge mansion in a you know a prime spot yeah right on Sunset Boulevard so you know as far as if there is any Jackson haunting over there it would probably if he is dead and he probably effectively to go to that little weirdo sort of conspiracy theory but but you know if the if the is that I can understand why he might hang around there because it was quick it was it was very sudden unexpected and and I think he might be a very confused individual so it wouldn't surprise me if he was still laying in a lingering around in that house in one month to Natalie wood situation anybody follow that. sure yeah that yeah well we got a yeah it's right up our alley now I I do think that if Natalie wood. I think the only thing in may of maliciously happened that night personally is that may be somebody didn't call the police maybe somebody said I'll call maybe she'll shut up now and she just took off because it was a messy boozy night and they were fighting and and it was just it sounds like a nightmare really too bad on them yeah now Natalie wood was afraid of the water however she don't they on the yacht and they went on a a lot so it wasn't like she was had to fight to be in the water but there are a lot of questions about surrounding the details but I do think you if if there was anyone with guilty of anything I personally think it would have been negligent let's not let's go to Jersey dug in New Jersey Hey Douglas go ahead. the gentleman's got a great guy the show and once again George it's great to speak with you thank you always very curious about either in the war or in the book do you will go to or speak about maybe like were they carmine met his up the Harmon met his tragic death this of what his wife with the shooting to the side or Phil Spector's house where he took the life of that actress or Vic Morrow where he died on the set for the twilight zone along with the child in a helicopter accident right right and guide the chateau Mar were Joe Belushi had a. actually died. any of those cases got a burglar three word Belushi died at the chateau Marmont is is definitely on the tour Phil Spector what is murdered Lana Clarkson and and el hambre which is about that about thirty miles from here now the Vic Morrow thing is condominiums now I believe that you knew was a motorcycle dirt bike racing park at the time when they filmed as well as a movie there and victim the two young actors were killed in a helicopter accident that's now a up a condominium park I think and the last one I thank you. that's not the bathroom they don't. what was your last one Jersey all I got was about Phil Spector apartment yeah the other one who that happened in Encino we didn't have an anniversary dinner there on the anniversary of souls that we do that occasionally not celebrating it's our it's our way of acknowledging so people are not for god and we did a little candlelight walk over to to the house we had dinner to get about beau where we're brand we're brand had died margaritas that night but but yeah it was it's our way we do that occasionally like we do on the anniversary of the Tate murders we go to the restaurant and and take a walk up to the to the house where the house was it's just that I don't know the non tradition that we do is going to be eighty years old in December and he still incarcerated. yeah I don't think you'll be getting out. thank god I went out to his house for one of our docs liver documentary years ago in a minute called I think it's called the priorities kapple meaning that really is what it's like it's like a giant cap on top of a hill surrounded by it's like something in you know maybe we'll times a lot this round of by much of small little house and then there's this giant mansion you know surrounded by a wall top of this mountain almost it's a really strange place. next up let's go to Joseph in San Diego California hijos of. thank you so much for taking my call stores I am try lamp three short questions one was the of Courtney Love a Kurt Cobain situation you think that maybe Kourtney might have just gone off and shot in a rage made out of by Lewis Lewis will mark that was one question and then do it and I don't know to go to Brian Jones and Mick Jagger that the fighting did make have Ryan killed that night all. and then. those two questions and then I have one story all right let's hold on for that let's see any one of you want to take a stab at those are questions yeah. hoping one of what I followed pretty closely and I know Nick Broomfield the documentary out years ago called curtain Courtney which tried to push that you know the theory that Courtney Love had and hadn't killed and tried to hire somebody to do it and more recently somebody put a documentary out and about that I I personally don't believe what I believe he killed himself I'm I don't know the. hello did much to stop it from happening or if you even could have but I I don't know I don't think I think that would see the side. and it's got to maybe talk about. the other one one question and then I'll in this quick story the the what about the Jimi Hendrix you possibly may have been drug like gang and ordered the wind down because you have wine all over him not just from vomiting but he could have been killed by there's there's a theory that the ambulance people had something to do with that Monica I forget what her name was is his girlfriend at the time I I you know I'm usually the guy to go straight to the first the first you know the first explanation when the when the first responders or are there in their own reports a I just seems to be the easiest thing and and usually the most honest thing it's only in retrospect things change and and and the more the story sort of blow up but but the brain Jones thing is another one that it's it's curious because certainly Mick Jagger and Brian Jones had a a hugely rocky relationship and there's one theory that it was just a I missed work man who who had something to do with Brian Jones frowning and I think there's been at least one death bed confession so people don't like to go to the simplest explanation for the for when it comes to their to their heroes passing away and and I'm not saying it's unfounded I I usually just go for the first explanation did you hear the story go ahead story in it and maybe you have some reflection I heard a story I was a was that Sir well I went to India for ten years I was it when India analysts talking to a gentleman who looked would also American we're to cope roommates in India and he said that you're just story quite quite. confident that Morrison wanted out there was no corners report he had a crib no one could get into you got an American Express sequence the India where you get three meals from any vegetarian temple you got out any probably died there he's probably dead now. but he said he that he you know he he had known people that have seen more sin in India I don't know if that's true or not I'm gonna go with it if the act investigation in Paris and you know they didn't do an autopsy but they didn't have to because there wasn't anything really suspicious about is that if the French authorities did did perceive it through all the legal channels that they were supposed to and and it all seems like it was very you know in the dark of night and he was taken to a place and you know very good night time and no one was corpse but the people there the people did see his body and and I I would like to think that the great story going to be a great ending it Marcin was alive but I I'm pretty confident that he's not I mean people just want to hang on to these superstars and just not let them go right yeah that's true and that's that's but I guess I I you know we're all guilty of that Mike and I.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Back Mike Dorsey Scott Michaels with us start with Halloween right around the corner do you do anything special for that we have a couple of events at the shop act I wrote a book about the Rocky Horror Picture Show which will be doing a present presentation about that and we have a couple of other things going on with a horror movie locations tour that we also offer during this during the month of October to what we take people out to where the famous Halloween in that Merrill Streep bills are made so that's always pretty popular too spooky movie for you Mike what is. well man I'm not a huge war fan but I would say probably my number one to be the sixth sense. I'd like to love that twist yes that's very strange I like psychological thriller or as opposed to you know slash I was a little kid who said I see dead people yeah right Bruce Willis so good classic combat you Scott favorite horror movie you know I'm I'm an old I'm an old fashioned person I I well old fashioned seventies was I love Rosemary's baby I think it's my favorite. yeah that's great super one of the best let's take some calls here for you let's start by going to the cold in Arkansas to get us started hi Nicole. yeah good to have you with us for like a year to get through perfect timing. I'm my question is I'm a I'm a big bad all right now at your real killers and murders are because of family mine was murdered and I. why note shows Charles Manson documentary. all right Mike let's let you take that why'd you do a documentary on Manson's family honestly could we week we look around and you know that that story takes place right you know we're kind of the epicenter where that all happened you know they'll coyote restaurant the Mexican food restaurant where where Sharon Tate and her friends had their last meal the night the diet is right down the street from where I live so it was just around it's got the big expert on the case already so it just was a natural thing for us to make a film about are you too true crime buffs. totally yeah yeah yeah that definitely I'm more of a you know that the serial crimes of that sort of mind thing the big time ones but but yeah yeah definitely what did you think of Ted Bundy Scott. you know a fascinating man and conniving man in a charming man much like much like Manson really but much more much more sneaky. yeah he was he'd wear a cast with his standing outside is yellow Volkswagen would drop his books indeed have some college or coed pick them up and try to help him and he'd get them into his car and hit him on the head with a branch horrifying Korea ended the Ted Bundy tapes box theories on Netflix is really really good yes it really is he really is and you look at that Chianti in you just wonder what possessed him to be so insane to do that right and the way escaped and all that stuff. yeah that would be crazy that was that the top of the window there yeah yeah it's almost like Manson you can believe it that I'll actually happened but it did right now it was like the keystone cops. it's on the way here's a serial killer jumps on a window of a police officer station and they catch amma ventrally but just unbelievable when you don't want me interjecting though just about the Manson thing we weren't celebrating Manson we're not trying to you know glamorize man right it just it it is just part of the history of Los Angeles and and LA well we're obsessed with ourselves here. with that. Joe in Long Island New York east of the Rockies Hey Joe go ahead yeah hi guys two quick questions one would be anything happen on flat someone was not showing three men and a baby is someone might of the modern on sat I know that chariot race in the band harms suppose with someone will was actually trampled or even a couple of people on the left and on the phone I'm wondering if there's something that actually happened while filming that sent to us from and also do you believe that some of these people but stuff then that had an endowment of truth that which we thought was really just function example might be eyes wide shut I think that was and about how we would per se but it was about maybe the weeds and the hippie Kubrick actually met people like that. world as far as like of the three men and a baby thing certain things show up in films that hard to explain now with the internet it's really easy to explain it because we before we stood to watch a movie like the wizard of oz we'd have to wait a year to see it now you just pop it on YouTube or whatever and and there was a story about the munchkin who supposedly hang himself in the background of one of the scenes and now that everyone has this copy on DVD or in HD you can see this is the bird walking in the distance but people still want to remember that munchkin hanging back there that they left it in the movie now I know the the gentleman is referring to the there's a a child in a window like hidden in the hitting hidden in the curtains in one of the scenes of three men and a baby and I I've not sure was a cardboard cut out anything is how would you explain the window or something like that yeah yeah the card what kind of a figure I think maybe Ted Danson or one of the one of the actors Jack and which one it was that one with the bug but certainly people have died on film sets Scott are you familiar with the Allman house O. M. A. N. Hey David yeah I do know Dave. both of ours yeah did you tell us a little bit about that story. okay David as a house that's four doors down from where the Tate murders occurred on cielo drive up in Benedict canyon and David's house is only about twenty something years old and David's house is. crazy haunted I've I've been in it several times and I've seen things that are just probably the most the most absolutely paranormal the you know things seem much more obviously things flying sort of events that happen is now so he's definitely got a a crazy haunted house there in the building the with his father Dini that's correct yes back in nineteen ninety nine so it's not that old house isn't that old which is again if you know it's a whole residue that whole canyon here he is you're literally right across from Valentino's place and and just a couple of doors down from from the Sharon Tate place and yeah there's just there's just been having favorites houses yeah it's on every every go show that's ever been up there is come up with with something and most of the people sure they won't go back again he's in the wrong place at the wrong time or or the right place at the right time depending on how you look at it yeah absolutely next up let's go to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey waltz go ahead. by George I told Tom I hate to call you a mortar once a week but I couldn't I just could not myself tonight it's a great subject yeah it is a very interesting conversation why yeah your guests I have already mentioned the late great George Reeves Superman ME was everybody Shiro as you know Georgie was your hero and my hero during the fifties. he supposedly took his life after being fresh he was tied cats the Superman suppose we couldn't get any other parts now George I either read or heard that he took his own life. with semi comic movie I kinda German luger pistol now I was told Tom this probably no other classification of firearms that has appreciated as much as Wilbur's. your guess said he has a. yeah when the artifacts and all I got to say is that the if the LAPD which still has that will grow in their possession it would it would be a priceless artifacts it might be billed as the kryptonite will gore and in my opinion it would bring in excess of a million dollars an option. well when we do have I'm not sure what the value of firearms like that but I I completely trust what you're saying and the idea that it has that piece of Hollywood history attached to it is not going to hurt the value of it not at all how do you obtain these items god do you have to buy them and are they donated what how do you cut you get them well a lot of these things are just got myself like you know pieces of the hotel the ambassador hotel in the brain Jones pool with a tape fireplace these are things that I've I've got myself I've acquired them in person now that we have a museum people do send me things a lot a lot of people have one thing you know that they have the you know well what am I going to do with this I carried around every time I move so they send them to me somebody sent me very recently a piece of some stones from Amish beds and then some people sent me something from the Alcatraz dining hall you know it's within the Queen Mary Ann and all sorts of things just sort of end up in my shop and and and I love that we have received the if they have that they took the country an inside everything isn't fastened down will end up here in LA and every weird object will end up in my museum do you think George weaves committed suicide. you know that that is one thing that I I I I personally do not I do believe that there was something more going on it with his death got into a fight or something well you wish he was seeing Tony Mannix who is the wife of Eddie Mannix who was a one of that big weeks at MGM they kept things under control if something were to happen with the celebrity that he would be the guy to call in to Sir if you look on the down low and George's career was going well he he he was he was not on happy like they say he had an unusual girl girlfriend at the time Leonore lemon the thing that spells this thing out so strange George is it either Lina or lemon was entertaining George was asleep upstairs he came down angry because she had these people and and and told just to calm down and by the time the conversation ended he was happy the civil just just you know keep it low please anyway back up and then she said they were friends now he's walking across the living across the bedroom indicators footsteps which is now he's going to open up the dresser drawer and then she says now he's going to get the gun out and then you hear the gun that really happened that's in the book that's that's weird but he did get into an argument with his girlfriend at a restaurant that night right that that I'm not familiar with that that is a story I don't know June and then it came back as a house full of people there too yeah it was they were three yeah yeah and I don't know it just doesn't it just doesn't sound right it isn't and it usually yeah it doesn't sound right. and to the caller's other question about what the LAPD had there's a really great they have a lot of interesting artifacts they hold on to other stuff they'll destroy it they can't link it to a crime but evidently to a crime they there's you know warehouse warehouses evidence they have some of the stuff from the Tate la Bianca murders there and Scott is seen I think some of the stuff but not be a problem display before and crazy thing love people don't know about is they have the door of BBC no Biggie Smalls suburban and he'd ever see a bullet riddled he was killed in because they found out that that suburban he was riding in was a rental car and after to been processed by the crime scene techs it was returned to the company and then daily PD found out that someone was a body shop had the door and they were going to try to sell it and the LAPD when confiscated the door and put it into their storage so if you know where to look and Ellie please archive you can go see you know big is full of little door on display somewhere. you know on a shelf in a corner or something are both of those murders a two parks in Biggie's unsolved still officially there unsolved yes but my document you pointed out that about a decade ago at an LAPD task force on got no credible confessions to both murders but for various reasons they're not they're not solvable primarily because both shooters in those murders of absent died themselves with those shooters hired by somebody. in both cases sort of the one that I believe that the punctuated with a guy named Orlando Anderson he got into a fight with the exactly two hours before he was fatally shot Orlando Anderson was the enforcer at gaining I I you know gang member and and he was not someone you should walk up and points the way to two Buck did on there's a little more to the story there but he was he he was killed himself over a bad drug deal about eighteen months later in Compton and then Biggie's killer was allegedly hired by many say you know should night or that even the desired by somebody to get basically revenge. sure is that guy and that guy was killed back in I think two thousand three I think that he was murdered in a drive by insured nights in jail on himself for driving over one of his friends right and a filming right right. strange times you got like twenty some years I think for that let's go to Lynnwood Washington west of the Rockies set low Diana go ahead hi great and program tonight and in China thank you dear and I used to live in Hollywood..

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"scott michaels" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

13:25 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Welcome back Mike Dorsey Scott Michaels with us Scott with Halloween right around the corner do you do anything special for that we have a couple of the events at the shop act I wrote a book about the Rocky Horror Picture Show she will be doing a present presentation about that and we have a couple of other things going on with a horror movie locations tour that we also offer during this during the month of October to rethink people out to where the famous Helene and I Merrill Streep bills are made so that's always pretty popular too spooky movie for you Mike what is. well man I'm not a huge war fan but I would say probably my number one to be the sixth sense. I like to love that twist yes that's really strange I like psychological thriller or as opposed to you know slash I was a little kid he said I see dead people yeah right Bruce Willis so good classic combat you Scott favorite horror movie you know I'm I'm an old I'm an old fashioned person I I well old fashioned seventies wise I love Rosemary's baby I think it's my favorite. yeah that's great super one of the best let's take some calls here for you let's start by going to Nicole in Arkansas to get us started hi Nicole. good to have you with us for a like a year to get through perfect perfect timing. I'm my question as I am not big Bob all right now at your real killers and murders are because of family mine was murdered and I. why note shows Charles Manson your documentary. all right Mike let's let you take that why'd you do a documentary on Manson's family. honestly could we week we look around and you know that that story takes place right you know we're kind of the epicenter of where that all happened you know the el coyote restaurant the Mexican food restaurant where where Sharon Tate and her friends had their last meal the night the diet is right down the street from where I live so it was just around it's got the big expert on the case already so it just was a natural thing for us to make a film about are you too true crime buffs. orderly yeah yeah yeah that definitely I'm more of a you know that the serial crimes of that sort of mind thing the big time ones but but yeah yeah definitely what did you think of Ted Bundy Scott. you know a fascinating man and conniving man in a charming man much like much like Manson really but much more much more sneaky. yeah he was he'd wear a cast with his standing outside is yellow Volkswagen would drop his books indeed have some college or coed pick them up and try to help him and he'd get them into his car and hit him on the head with a branch or flying Korea ended the Ted Bundy tapes stock series on Netflix is really really good yes it really is he really is and you look at that Chianti in you just wonder what possessed him to be so insane to do that right and the way escaped and all that stuff. yeah that would be crazy that was at the top of the window there yeah yeah it's almost like Manson you can't believe is that I'll actually happened but it did right now it was like the keystone cops. it's on the here's a serial killer drops or window of a police officer station and they catch your mother actually but just unbelievable but I wasn't lying when you don't want me interjecting though just about the Manson thing we weren't celebrating mansa we're not trying to you know glamorize man right it's just it it is just part of the history of Los Angeles and in LA well we're obsessed with ourselves here nothing wrong with that. Joe in Long Island New York east of the Rockies Hey Joe go ahead yeah hi guys two quick questions one would be anything happen on flat someone was not shinning three men and a baby is someone might of the mother on sat I know that chariot race in the band harm supposedly someone will was actually trampled or even a couple of people on the left and then the phone wondering if there's something that actually happened while filming that's interesting and also do you believe that some of these people but stuff in that hat and and I woman of truth that was we thought it was really just function example might be eyes wide shut I think that was and about how we were per se but it was about maybe the weeds and the hippie Kubrick actually met people like that. well it is far as leg of the three men and a baby thing certain things show up in films that hard to explain now with the internet it's really easy to explain it because the before we stood to watch a movie like the wizard of oz we'd have to wait a year to see it now you just pop it on YouTube or whatever and and there was a story about the munchkin who supposedly hang himself in the background of one of the scenes and now that everyone has this copy on DVD you in HD you can see this is the bird walking in the distance but people still want to remember that munchkin hanging back there that they left it in the movie now I know the the gentleman is referring to the there's a a child in a window like hidden in the hitting hidden in the curtains in one of the scenes of three men and a baby and I I'm not sure it was a cardboard cut out anything is how would you explain the window or something like that yeah yeah the card what kind of a figure I think maybe Ted Danson or one of the one of the actors Jack and which one it was that one with the bunk but certainly people have died on film sets Scott are you familiar with the Allman house O. M. A. N. David yeah I do know David you know develop both of our age did you tell us a little bit about that story. or they they would have a house that's four doors down from where the Tate murders occurred on cielo drive up in Benedict canyon and David's house is only about twenty something years old and David's house is. crazy haunted I've I've been in it several times and I've seen things that are just it probably the most the most absolutely paranormal the you know things seem much more obviously things flying sort of events that happen is now so he's definitely got a a crazy haunted house there in the building the with his father Danny that's correct yes back in nineteen ninety nine so it's not that old houses in them. which is again it's you know it's a whole residue that whole canyon here he is you're literally right across from Valentino's place and and just a couple of doors down from from the Sharon Tate place and yeah there's just it's just that I mean David's houses yeah it's on it every every go show that's ever been up there is come up with with something and most of the people swear they won't go back again he's in the wrong place at the wrong time or or the right place at the right time depending on how you look at it yeah absolutely next up let's go to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey waltz go ahead. by George I told Tom I hate to call you mortar once a week but I couldn't give could not myself tonight it's a great subject yeah it is a very interesting conversation why yes your guests I have already mentioned the late great George Reeves Superman IV was everybody Shiro as you know Georgie was your hero and my hero during the fifties. he supposedly took his life after being fresh he was tied gases Superman suppose we couldn't get any other parts now George I either read or heard that he took his own life. with semi comic movie I kinda German luger pistol now I was told Tom there's probably no other classification of firearms that has appreciated as much as Wilbur's. now your guess said he has a. yeah when the artifacts and all I got to say is that the if the LAPD still has that little gray in their possession it would it would be a priceless artifacts it might be billed as the kryptonite will gore and in my opinion it would bring in excess of a million dollars an option. well it probably you have I'm not sure what the value of firearms like that but I I completely trust what you're saying and the idea that it has that piece of Hollywood history attached to it is not going to hurt the value of it not at all how do you obtain these items god do you have to buy them the are they donated what how do you cut you get them well a lot of these things I just got myself like you know pieces of the hotel the ambassador hotel in the brain Jones who was a fireplace these are things that I've I've got myself I've acquired them in person now that we have a museum people do send me things a lot a lot of people have one thing you know that they have the you know well what am I going to do with this I carried around every time I move so they send them to me somebody sent me very recently a piece of some stones from our shipments and then some people sent me something from the Alcatraz dining hall you know it's within the Queen Mary Ann and all sorts of things just sort of end up in my shop and and and I love that we yeah I would say if they if they have that they took the country an inside everything isn't fastened down will end up here in LA and every weird object will end up in my museum do you think George weaves I committed suicide. you know that that is one thing that I I I I personally do not I do believe that there was something more going on it with is that you ma'am got into a fight or something well he was he was seeing Tony Mannix who is the wife of Eddie Mannix who is a one of the big wigs at MGM they kept things under control of something were to happen with the celebrity the he would be the guy to call in to service unit on the on the down low and George's career was going well he he he was he was not on happy like they say he had an unusual girl girlfriend at the time Leonore lemon the thing that spells this thing out so strange George is at the end of billion or lemon was entertaining George was asleep upstairs he came down angry because she had these people and and and told just to calm down and by the time the conversation ended he was happy the civil just just you know keep it low please anyway back up and then she said they were friends now he's walking across the living and across the bedroom and you get hears footsteps chooses now he's going to open up the dresser drawer and then she says now he's going to get the gun out and then he hears a gun that really happened that's in the process that's weird but he did get into an argument with his girlfriend at a restaurant that night right that that I'm not familiar with that that is a story I don't know. soon and then it came back as a house full of people there too yeah it was there were three yeah yeah and don't know it just doesn't it just doesn't sound right it doesn't and it usually yeah it doesn't sound right. and to the caller's other question about what the LAPD has there's a really great they have a lot of interesting artifacts they hold on to other stuff they'll destroy if they can't link it to a crime but evidently to a crime they there's you know warehouse warehoused evidence they have some of the stuff from the Tate la Bianca murders there and Scott and seen I think some of the stuff going on you put on display before and crazy thing love people don't know about is they have the door of BBC no Biggie Smalls suburban and he'd never seen a bullet riddled he was killed in because they found out that that suburban he was riding in was a rental car and after the been processed by the crime scene techs it was returned to the company and then daily PD found out that someone with a body shop had the door and they were gonna try to sell it and the LAPD when confiscated the door and put it into their storage so if you know where to look and the LAPD's archive you can go see you know big his bullet riddled door on display somewhere. you know on a shelf in a corner or something are both of those murders a two parks in Biggie's unsolved still officially there unsolved yes but I I my document you pointed out that about a decade ago at an LAPD task force on got no credible confessions to both murders but for various reasons they're not they're not solvable primarily because both shooters and those murders of offense died themselves with those shooters hired by somebody. in both cases sort of the one that I believe that the punctuated with a guy named Orlando Anderson you got into a fight with the exactly two hours before he was fatally shot Orlando Anderson was the enforcer gang I I you know did a killer gang member and and he was not someone you should walk up and points the way to two Buck did under a little more to the story there but he was he he was killed himself over about drug deal about eighteen months later in Compton and then Biggie's killer was allegedly hired by many say you know through the night or that even the desired by somebody to get basically revenge yeah sure is that guy and that guy was killed.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:11 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Scott Michaels with us Scott with Halloween right around the corner do you do anything special for that we have a couple of the events at the shop act I wrote a book about the Rocky Horror Picture Show she will be doing a present presentation about that and we have a couple of other things going on with the horror movie locations tour that we also offer during this during the month of October to what we take people out to where the famous Helene in that Merrill Streep bills are made so that's always pretty popular too spooky movie for you Mike what is. man I'm not a huge war fan but I would say probably my number one to be the sixth sense. I'm like the only love that twist yes that's very strange I like psychological thriller or as opposed to you know slash I was a little kid he said I see dead people yeah right Bruce Willis so good classic come about you Scott favorite horror movie you know I'm I'm an old I'm an old fashioned person I I well old fashioned seventies wise I love Rosemary's baby I think it's my favorite. yeah that's great super one of the best let's take some calls here for you let's start by going to the cold in Arkansas to get us started hi Nicole. yeah good to have you with us for a like a year to get through perfect timing. I'm my question as I look out they are. and I because okay my mind was murdered and I. why does Charles Manson your documentary. all right Mike let's let you take that why'd you do a documentary on Manson's family honestly could we week we look around and you know that that story takes place right you know we're kind of the epicenter where that all happened you know the el coyote restaurant the Mexican food restaurant where where Sharon Tate and her friends had their last meal the night the diet is right down the street from where I live so it was just around it's got the big expert on the case already so it just was a natural thing for us to make a film about are you too true crime buffs. poorly yeah yeah I yeah that definitely I'm more of a you know that the serial crimes and that sort of mind thing the big time once but but yeah yeah definitely what did you think of Ted Bundy Scott. you know a fascinating man and conniving man in a charming man much like much like Manson really but much more much more sneaky. yeah he was he we're a cast with his standing outside is yellow Volkswagen would drop his books indeed have some college or coed pick them up and try to help him and he'd get them into his car and hit him on the head with a branch horrifying or yeah in the the Ted Bundy tapes stock series on Netflix is really really good yes it really is he really is and you look at that Chianti in you just wonder what possessed him to be so insane to do that right and the way it's gate and all that stuff in there yeah that was crazy that we're at the top of the window that yeah it's almost like Manson you can believe it that I'll actually happened but it did right now it was like the keystone cops. it's on both here's a serial killer drops or window of a police officer station and they catch among ventrally but just unbelievable right when you don't want me interjecting though just about the Manson thing we weren't celebrating mansa we're not trying to you know glamorize man right it's just it it is just part of the history of Los Angeles and and LA well we're obsessed with ourselves here nothing wrong with that. Joe in Long Island New York east of the Rockies Hey Joe go ahead yeah hi guys two quick questions one would be anything happen on flat someone was not showing three men and a baby is someone might of the mother on sat I know that chariot race in the band hard supposedly someone will was actually trampled or even a couple of people on the left and then the phone wondering if there's something that actually happened while still may not since last week and also do you believe that some of these people but stuff then that had an an element of truth that was we thought was really just section example might be eyes wide shot I thank god that Watson about Hollywood per se but it was about maybe the weeds and the people who break actually met people like that. well as far as like up the three men and a baby thing certain things show up in films that hard to explain now with the internet it's really easy to explain it because the before we stood to watch a movie like the wizard of oz we'd have to wait a year to see it now you just pop it on YouTube or whatever and and there was a story about the munchkin who supposedly hang themselves in the background of one of the scenes and now that everyone has this copy on DVD you in H. D. you can see this is the bird walking in the distance but people still want to remember that munchkin hanging back there that they left it in the movie now I know the the gentleman is referring to the there's a child in a window like hidden in the hitting it in the curtains in one of the scenes of three men and a baby and I I've not I sure was a cardboard cut out anything is how would you explain to the window or something like that yeah yeah the card what kind of a figure I think maybe Ted Danson or one of them one of the actors yes and which one it was that one with the bug but certainly people have died on film sets Scott are you familiar with the Allman house O. M. A. N. Hey David yeah I do know Dave. both of ours yeah can you tell us a little bit about that story. or they they would have a house that's four doors down from where the Tate murders occurred on cielo drive up in Benedict canyon and David's house is only about twenty something years old and David's house is. crazy haunted I've I've been in it several times and I've seen things that are just probably the most the most absolutely paranormal the you know things seem much more obviously things flying sort of events that happen is now so would be something like a a crazy haunted house there any built the with his father Danny that's correct yes back in nineteen ninety nine so it's not that old houses of them. which is again if you know it's the whole residue that whole canyon here he is you know literally right across from Valentino's place and and just a couple of doors down from from the Sharon Tate place and yeah there's just there's just a link David's houses yeah it's on every every go shows ever been up there is come up with with something and most of the people sure they won't go back again he's in the wrong place at the wrong time or or the right place at the right time depending on how you look at it yeah absolutely next up let's go to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey waltz go hand. by George I told Tom I hate to call you more than once a week but I couldn't you could not myself tonight it's a great subject yeah it is a very interesting conversation why yeah your guests I have already mentioned the late great George Reeves Superman IV was everybody Shiro as you know druggy was your hero and my hero during the fifties. he supposedly took his life after being fresh he was tied that's the Superman supposedly couldn't get any other parts now your guide either read or heard that he took his own life. well my comment that the I kinda German luger pistol now. I was told Tom this probably no other classification of firearms that has appreciated as much as Wilder's. now I'm. your guess said he has a. yeah my lan artifacts and all I got to say is that the if the LAPD still has that little girl in their possession it would it would be a priceless artifacts it might be billed as the kryptonite will gore and in my opinion it would bring in excess of a million dollars an option. one problem we have I'm not sure what the value of firearms like that but I I completely trust what you're saying and the idea that it has that piece of Hollywood history attached to it is not going to hurt the value of it not at all how do you obtain these items god do you have to buy them the are they donated what how do you how do you get them well a lot of these things are just got myself like you know pieces of the hotel the ambassador hotel with a brain Jones for the tape fireplace the the things that I've I've got myself I've acquired them in person now that we have a museum people do send me things a lot a lot of people have one thing you know that they have the you know well what am I going to do with this I carried around every time I move so they send them to me somebody sent me very recently a piece of some stones from our ship it and then some people send me something from the Alcatraz dining hall you know it's within the Queen Mary Ann and all sorts of things just sort of end up in my shop and and and I love that we yeah I would say if they if they have that they took the country on that side everything isn't fastened down will end up here in LA and every weird object will end up in my museum do you think George weaves committed suicide. you know that that is one thing that I I I I personally do not I do believe that there was something more going on it with is that you may have gotten into a fight or something well you wish he was seeing Tony Mannix who is the wife of Eddie Mannix who was a one of that big weeks at MGM they kept things under control if something were to happen with the celebrity that he would be the guy to call in to Sir if you look on the down low and George's career was going well yeah he he was he was not on happy like they say he had an unusual girl girlfriend at the time Leonore lemon that thing that spells this thing out so strange George is that either Lina or lemon was entertaining George was asleep upstairs he came down angry because she had these people and and and told to just to calm down and by the time the conversation ended he was happy the civil just just you know keep it low please anyway back up and then she said they were friends now he's walking across the living across the bedroom and you get hears footsteps she does now he's going to open up the dresser drawer and then she says now he's going to get the gun out and then you hear the gun that really happened that's in the book that's that's weird but he didn't get into an argument with his girlfriend at a restaurant that night right that that I'm not familiar with that at the end of the story I don't know. June and then it came back to the house full of people there too yeah it was there were three yeah yeah and I don't know it just doesn't it just doesn't sound right it doesn't and it usually yeah it doesn't sound right. and to the caller's other question about what the LAPD has there's a really great they have a lot of interesting artifact they belong to other stuff they'll destroy if they can't link it to a crime but if it is a link to a crime they there's you know warehouse warehouses evidence they have some of the stuff from the Tate la Bianca murders there I know Scott is seen I think some of that stuff but not being put on display before and crazy thing love people don't know about is they have the door of BBC no Biggie Smalls suburban and he'd never seen a bullet riddled he was killed in because they found out that that suburban he was riding in was a rental car and after the been processed by the crime scene techs it was returned to the company and then daily PD found out that someone was a body shop have the door and they were gonna try to spell it and the LAPD when confiscated.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Scott Michaels with us Scott with Halloween right around the corner do you do anything special for that we have a couple of the events at the shop act I wrote a book about the Rocky Horror Picture Show jewel be doing your present presentation about that and we have a couple of other things going on with a horror movie locations tour that we also offer during this during the month of October two we take people out to where the famous Helene and I Merrill Streep bills are made so that's always pretty popular too spooky movie for you Mike what is. man I'm not a huge war fan but I would say probably my number one to be the sixth sense. I'd like to own love that twist yes that's very strange I like psychological thriller or as opposed to you know slash I was a little kid who said I see dead people yeah right Bruce Willis so good classic combat you Scott favorite horror movie you know I'm I'm an old I'm an old fashioned person I I well old fashioned seventies was I love Rosemary's baby I think it's my favorite. yeah that's great super one of the best let's take some calls here for you let's start by going to Nicole in Arkansas to get us started hi Nicole. good to have you with us for a like a year to get through. the timing. my question is I'm a I'm a big Bob all right now as the others and murders are because of and my mind was murdered and I. why now shows Charles Manson documentary. all right Mike let's let you take that why'd you do a documentary on Manson's family are honestly could we week we look around and you know that that story takes place right you know we're kind of the epicenter where that all happened you know they'll coyote restaurant the Mexican food restaurant where where Sharon Tate and her friends had their last meal the night the diet is right down the street from where I live so it was just around it's got the big expert on the case already so it just was a natural thing for us to make a film about are you too true crime buffs. orderly yeah yeah yeah that definitely I'm more of a you know that the serial crimes of that sort of mind thing the big time once but but yeah yeah definitely what did you think of Ted Bundy Scott. you know a fascinating man and conniving man in a charming man much like much like Manson really but much more much more sneaky. yeah he was you were a cast with his standing outside is yellow Volkswagen would drop his books indeed have some college or coed pick them up and try to help him and he'd get them into his car and hit him on the head with a branch horrifying Korea ended the Ted Bundy tapes stock series on Netflix is really really good yes it really is he really is and you look at that cute guy in you just wonder what possessed him to be so insane to do that right and the way it skate and all that stuff yeah that would be crazy that with the rest of pop out a window that's yeah yeah it's almost like Manson you can't believe is that I'll actually happened but it did right now it was like the keystone cops. it's on both here's a serial killer drops or window of a police officer station and they catch him of eventually but just unbelievable well there was a line when you don't want me interjecting though just about the Manson thing we weren't celebrating Manson we're not trying to you know glamorize man right it's just it it is just part of the history of Los Angeles and and L. A. well we're obsessed with ourselves here nothing wrong with that. Joe in Long Island New York east of the Rockies Hey Joe go ahead yeah hi guys two quick questions one would be anything happen on that someone was mentioned three men and a baby is someone might of the modern on sat I know that chariot race in the band hard supposedly someone will was actually trampled or even a couple of people on the left and then the phone wondering if there's something that actually happened while filming that's interesting and also do you believe that some of these people. stuff in that hat and an element of truth that was we thought it was really just function example might be eyes wide shut I think that was and about how we work per se but it was about maybe the weeds and the hate people who break actually met people like that. world as far as like of the three men and a baby thing certain things show up in films that hard to explain now with the internet it's really easy to explain it because we before we stood to watch a movie like the wizard of oz we'd have to wait a year to see it now you just pop it on YouTube or whatever and and there was a story about the munchkin who supposedly hang himself in the background of one of the scenes and now that everyone has this copy on DVD in HD you can see this is the bird walking in the distance but people still want to remember that munchkin hanging back there that they left it in the movie now I know the the gentleman is referring to the there's a a child in a window like hidden in the hitting hidden in the curtains in one of the scenes of three men and a baby and I I've not I sure was a cardboard cutout anything is how would you financially explain the window or something like that yeah yeah the card what kind of a figure I think maybe Ted Danson or one of the one of the actors yes and which one it was that one with the bunk but certainly people have died on film sets Scott are you familiar with the Allman house O. M. A. N. hi David yeah I do know Dave. both of our age you tell us a little bit about that story. or they they would have a house that's four doors down from where the Tate murders occurred on cielo drive up in Benedict canyon and David's house is only about twenty something years old and David's house is. crazy haunted I've I've been in it several times and I've seen things that are just probably the most the most absolutely paranormal the you know things seem much more obviously things flying sort of events that happen is have so he's definitely got a a crazy haunted house there any built in the with his father Dini that's correct yes back in nineteen ninety nine so it's not that old houses. which is again if you know it's a whole residue that whole canyon here he is you know literally right across from Valentino's place and and just a couple doors down from from the Sharon Tate place and yeah there's just there's just been having David's houses yeah it's on every every go shows ever been up there is come up with with something and host of the people sure they won't go back again he's in the wrong place at the wrong time or or the right place at the right time now you look at it right now absolutely next up let's go to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey waltz go ahead. side yard guy told Tom I hate to call you a mortar once a week but I couldn't give you could not myself tonight it's a great subject yeah it is a very interesting conversation why yes your guests and I've already mentioned the late great George Reeves Superman every was everybody Shiro as you know Georgie was your hero and my hero during the fifties and. he supposedly took his life after being fresh he was tied that's the Superman suppose we couldn't get any other parts now George I either read or heard that he took his own life with an iconic movie I kinda German luger pistol now I started down this probably no other classification of firearms that has appreciated as much as Wilbur's. your guess said he has a. this year when the artifacts and all I got to say is that the if the LAPD still has that lugar in their possession it would it would be a priceless artifacts it might be billed as the kryptonite will gore and in my opinion it would bring in excess of a million dollars an option. one problem we do have I'm not sure what the value of firearms like that but I I completely trust what you're saying and the idea that it has that piece of Hollywood history attached to it is not going to hurt the value of it not at all how do you obtain these items Scott do you have to buy them the are they donated what how do you how do you get them well a lot of these things I just got myself like you know pieces of a hotel the ambassador hotel in the Brian Jones for the tape fireplace these are things that I've I've got myself I've acquired them in person now that we have a museum people do send me things a lot a lot of people have one thing you know that they have the you know well what am I going to do with this I carried around every time I move so they send them to me somebody sent me very recently a piece of some stones from our shipments and then some people sent me something from the Alcatraz dining hall you know it's within the Queen Mary Ann and all sorts of things just sort of end up in my shop and and and I love that we we see if they if they have that they took the country an inside everything isn't fastened down will end up here in LA and every weird object will end up in my museum do you think George weaves committed suicide. you know that that is one thing that I I I I personally do not I do believe that there was something more going on it with his death email got into a fight or something well he was he was seeing Tony Mannix who is the wife of Eddie Mannix who is a one of that big weeks at MGM they kept things under control of something were to happen with the celebrity the he would be the guy to call in to service unit on the on the down low and George's career was going well he he he was he was not on happy like they say he had an unusual girl girlfriend at the time Leonore lemon the thing that spells this thing out so strange George is it you know billion or lemon was entertaining George was asleep upstairs he came down angry because she had these people and and and told just to calm down and by the time the conversation ended he was happy the civil just just you know keep it low please anyway back up and then she said they were friends now he's walking across the living across the bedroom indicators footsteps chooses now he's gonna open up the dresser drawer and then she says now he's going to get the gun out and then you hear the gun that really happened that's in the past that's weird but he didn't get into an argument with his girlfriend at a restaurant that night right that that I'm not familiar with that that is a story I don't know. June and then it came back as a house full of people there too yeah it was there were three yeah yeah and don't know it just doesn't it just doesn't sound right it isn't and it usually yeah it doesn't sound right. and to the caller's other question about what the LAPD has there's a really great they have a lot of interesting artifacts they hold on to other stuff will destroy if they can't link it to a crime but evidently to a crime they there is you know where house warehoused evidence they have some of the stuff from the Tate la Bianca murders there and Scott is seen I think some of the stuff in being put on display before and crazy thing love people don't know about is they have the door of BBC no Biggie Smalls suburban and he'd never seen a bullet riddled he was killed and so on because they found out that that suburban he was riding in was a rental car and after they've been processed by.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Mike Dorsey Scott Michaels with us Scott with Halloween right around the corner do you do anything special for that we have a couple of the events at the shop act I wrote a book about the Rocky Horror Picture Show which will be doing a present presentation about that and we have a couple of other things going on we have a horror movie locations tour that we also offer during this during the month of October to what we take people out to where the famous Halloween and I Merrill Streep bills are made so that's always pretty popular too. the movie for you Mike what is. and I'm not a huge war fan but I would say probably my number one to be the sixth sense. I'd like to love that twist yes it's very strange I like psychological thriller or as opposed to you know slash I was a little kid he said I see dead people yeah right Bruce Willis so good classic car about you Scott favorite horror movie you know I'm I'm an old I'm an old fashioned person I I go well old fashioned seventies wise I love Rosemary's baby I think it's my favorite. yeah that's great super one of the best let's take some calls here for you let's start by going to Nicole in Arkansas to get us started hi Nicole. good to have you with us for a like a year to get through perfect perfect timing. my question as I'm not a big bad our industrial chillers and murders are because of family mine was murdered and I. why are you all chose Charles Manson Xerox. all right Mike let's let you take that why'd you do a documentary on Manson's family honestly could we week we look around and you know that that story takes place right you know we're kind of the epicenter of where that all happened you know they'll coyote restaurant the Mexican food restaurant where where Sharon Tate and her friends had their last meal the night the diet is right down the street from where I live so it was just around it's got the big expert on the case already so it just was a natural thing for us to make a film about are you too true crime buffs. orderly yeah yeah yeah that definitely I'm more of a you know that the serial crimes of that sort of mind thing the big time ones but but yeah yeah definitely what did you think of Ted Bundy Scott. you know a fascinating man and conniving man in a charming man much like much like Manson really but much more much more sneaky. yeah he was he'd wear a cast with his standing outside is yellow Volkswagen would drop his books indeed have some college or coed pick them up and try to help him and he'd get them into his car and hit him on the head with a branch or flying Korea ended the Ted Bundy tapes box theories on Netflix is really really good yes it really is he really is and you look at that cute guy in you just wonder what possessed him to be so insane to do that right and the way it's gaped and all that stuff. yeah that would be crazy that with the top of the window there yeah yeah it's almost like Manson you can't believe is that I'll actually happened but it did right now it was like the keystone cops. it's on the here's a serial killer drops or window of a police officer station in the a catcher my ventrally but just unbelievable when you don't want me interjecting though just about the Manson thing we weren't celebrating mansa we're not trying to you know glamorize man right it just it it is just part of the history of Los Angeles and in LA well we're obsessed with ourselves here nothing wrong with that. Joe in Long Island New York east of the Rockies Hey Joe go ahead yeah hi guys two quick questions one would be anything happen on sat someone was nuts and three men and a baby is someone might of the mother on sat I know that chariot race in the band hearths balls with someone will was actually trampled or even a couple of people on the left and then the phone wondering if there's something that actually happened while filming that sent to us from and also do you believe that some of these people plus stuff in that hat and and I will not the truth that was we thought was really just section example might be eyes wide shut I think that was and about Hollywood per se but it was about maybe the weeds and I hate people who break actually met people like that. what is the first leg of the three men and a baby thing certain things show up in films that hard to explain now with the internet it's really easy to explain it because the before we stood to watch a movie like the wizard of oz we'd have to wait a year to see it now you just pop it on YouTube or whatever and and there was a story about the munchkin who supposedly hang themselves in the background of one of the scenes and now that everyone has this copy on DVD in HD you can see this is the bird walking in the distance but people still want to remember that munchkin hanging back there that they left it in the movie now I know the the gentleman is referring to the there's a a child in a window like hidden in the hitting hidden in the curtains in one of the scenes of three men and a baby and I I know I sure was a cardboard cutout anything is how would you explain put in the window or something like that yeah yeah the card what kind of a figure I think maybe Ted Danson or one of the one of the actors yes and which one it was that one with the bug but certainly people have died on film sets Scott are you familiar with the Allman house O. M. A. N. Hey David yeah I do know Dave. both of ours yeah can you tell us a little bit about that story. okay David as a house that's four doors down from where the Tate murders occurred on cielo drive up.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on KTRH

"Back Mike Dorsey Scott Michaels with us start with Halloween right around the corner do you do anything special for that we have a couple of events at the shop act I wrote a book about the Rocky Horror Picture Show which will be doing a present presentation about that and we have a couple of other things going on with a horror movie locations tour that we also offer during this during the month of October two we take people out to where the famous Helene in that Merrill Streep bills are made so that's always pretty popular too spooky movie for you Mike what is. well man I'm not a huge war fan but I would say probably my number one to be the sixth sense. I'd like to love that twist yes it's very strange I like psychological thriller or as opposed to you know slash I was a little kid he said I see dead people yeah right Bruce Willis so good classic come about you Scott favorite horror movie you know I'm I'm an old I'm an old fashioned person I I go well old fashioned seventies wise I love Rosemary's baby I think it's my favorite. yeah that's great super one of the best let's take some calls here for you let's start by going to Nicole in Arkansas to get us started hi Nicole. good to have you with us for a like a year to get through perfect timing. my question is I'm a I'm a big box on others and murders are because of and my mind was murdered and I. why now shows Charles Manson documentary all right Mike let's let you take that why'd you do a documentary on Manson's family honestly could we week we look around and you know that that story takes place right you know we're kind of the epicenter of where that all happened you know they'll coyote restaurant the Mexican food restaurant where where Sharon Tate and her friends had their last meal the night the diet is right down the street from where I live so it was just around it's got the big expert on the case already so it just was a natural thing for us to make a film about are you too true crime buffs. totally yeah yeah yeah that definitely I'm more of a you know that the serial crimes of that sort of mind thing the big time ones but but yeah yeah definitely what did you think of Ted Bundy Scott. you know a fascinating man and conniving man in a charming man.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O. R. sports the race five one over Oakland the rays facing the Astros in the ALDS Oakland shortstop Carlos Correa is expected to return to the lineup on Friday here's your W. what war weather channel forecast cooler weather on the way the next couple of days already here it's going to get even cooler yet occasional rain overnight lows in the mid fifties on and off rain with highs only in the upper fifties with the breezy northeast wind Thursday I'm meteorologist mark to that from the weather channel on seven ten W. Walmart sixty five degrees at four oh six next news at five breaking these at once wake up with let vermin and Michael vehicle in the morning six to ten this morning I'm Terry Macready on seven ten W. O. R. N. A. B. C. news radio station. this. to talk to George nori call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to all free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory. this hour we'll take your phone calls Scott Michaels Mike Dorsey with us still as we talk about their dearly departed podcast and of course let's get.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"For Scott Michaels serving as the inspiration for the eternal darkness tour on season one of the American horror story it was a historical consultant for Quentin Tarantino for once upon a time in Hollywood he is an icon in the world of Hollywood death in nineteen ninety four he held LA's infamous grave line towards driving tour surround Hollywood in a funeral hers I may have seen him he also launched is popular celebrity website find a death dot com which chronicles the last days of celebrities lives in two thousand five he launched his own Hollywood tour company dearly departed towards which quickly became the authoritative celebrity deaths source and is the founder of the dearly departed podcast with co host Mike Dorsey first of all let's say hi to Scott Scott welcome to the program thank you George what an intro thank you so much for having I'm looking forward to this let me bring Mike and Mike Dorsey is an award winning documentary filmmaker editor television producer he's been a frequent collaborator with dearly departed podcast told Scott Michaels for more than a decade Mike made the two thousand fifteen crime documentary murder rap inside the Biggie and Tupac murders which solves the murders of Biggie and two pac most recently he was the producer and editor of the paranormal documentary demon house starring Zak Bagans from ghost adventures and with Scott Michaels might produce the Manson family documentary the six degrees of helter skelter which buzzfeed readers named the fourth scariest documentary ever here's Mike Dorsey Hey Michael hello thank you looking forward to this to win the. did the. Biggie and Tupac some keep saying that to park is still alive do you keep hearing that story all the time it's mainly just in the tabloids that are looking for clicks. it is pretty irrefutable that he he died yeah I think so too trad tragedy in Las Vegas sure he's an iconic figure any of them you know very passionate fan base so you know kind of like with Elvis people don't want to let go and let him go so I get I get what people want to believe he's still alive so both your bikes will be open so feel free to jump in at any time but Scott what got you to start the dearly departed podcast. well with Mike and I have been have been friends collaborators as you said for about ten years and and sort of you know everyone else was doing and we have some great stories that haven't been hold our own sort of slant on Hollywood is really never been touched upon and we we just figured well we'll give it a shot and people seem to respond to and we we enjoy it actually it's a lot of fun how often do you do in the show. currently you. nothing to replace probably we we put together but one every every about two weeks is how we we launch but one new one every couple of weeks. we want to hear it how did they find it. it is on making the dearly departed pod dot com and then take a look at dearly departed podcast on iTunes Spotify get your mind you can find us on Facebook okay let's have you guys get more shows to our producer Tom we'll see what we can do for you on the I heart radio broadcasting that be great that would be terrific thank you George agree topic indeed the Hollywood is is a great place for the strange and unusual deaths and use guided you Mike you're right in the middle of all of it aren't you. right in the thick of it yet yeah it's sort of embrace it a lot of people run from the subject but that's sort of what we run to and and yeah it's it's it's the go to story for me I love I love the Hollywood that Scott did you find when you started the dearly departed tours that there was a great. audience for this well there's certainly a cul de audience to it you know we've all sort of what's funny when I started doing this tour started doing this business it was back when you know people were buying their true crime magazines and sort of talking them in the back of their grocery Texas known would see and and now you know there are twenty four hour cable networks devoted strictly to the subject matter so people will come out of the closet so to speak you know and and and I was sort of at the I was at the forefront of that most definitely and and and people of sort of well now the mainstream is jumped online bandwagon you know this it's it's become very common place now I was just given the address of Marilyn Monroe's house that she was in when she died I don't even know if it's still around but you don't you think about that it was in Brentwood somewhere five this Selena Dr sure it's still there it's still there yeah do these days is it Yuri when you drive by these places and just kind of stare at the house let me tell you why I go to Denver every month to do are beyond belief television show and in boulder of course that's where Jon Benet Ramsey the poor little girl was killed and the driver said look you know be before I get you to the TV studio we're going right by the Jon Benet Ramsey house I want to show it to you and I'm thinking now my god do I want to see the house and he said that he said look you're in the news business you need to see this and the images says I I'm gonna ask you a question afterwards I said okay let my driver and he drives me up by the house and I look at it in you get the weirdest sensation looking at that house visualizing and trying to picture the tragedy that happened years before the people get that feeling when you take them on tours and they look at these places. well I tried to encourage that feeling actually because that's what that's what put it would say a human spin on that when you're looking at that house the the Ramsey have ocean in boulder you you're trying to think of the imagine that things but those walls echoed you know the things that that that that that home sort of contains and it's been a fascination for so many people for so long so for instance on my tour with were passing the Janis Joplin hotel we're you know we're she passed away I can point out a room and people sort of you know are fascinated with that but if you had in that human aspect of playing her music and then looking at that room that's the emotional impact that's the part that I really that's what I go for because it breaks it makes these people into real. stories of real humans not just you know record albums are photographs is the you could realize the history that happened right there are these places haunted. well I would say some of them are most definitely I think so I think that there's some things some people just aren't ready to move on and I do believe that some of these people to hang around yeah definitely interesting in Mike when you I have worked on the documentary and of a lot of this of course. he has have you found it to be strange and unusual on some of these cases. yeah I am I grew up in a law enforcement family so I kind of grew up hearing about stories about the strange and unusual sure people do to each other but I yeah for me a lot of times a lot better than late at night and so what if one or two o'clock in the morning and if you're in a dark room in the city of the sleep and I'm editing something like demon house yourself out in a way yes there you know you start thinking that you're hearing things are seen things out of the corner of your eyes so yeah you can get when your cut in this world for a long time ago and I can get you a little bit with your documentary about the Manson family with the six degrees of helter skelter what made it one of the fourth most scariest documentaries according to buzzfeed readers well we took audiences to the locations where things happened aha and it's interesting we didn't really focus on the killer so much because they've been you know idolized in a wave height by society and kind of held up as you know a lot of the focus is always on them so we focus more on the victims and where the victim lived in all when we could I think with the forty different locations tied to the to the crimes and I think that he was once we got into we set it up and then once you get into the murders you're you're kind of prime for it and we had video footage from inside the house and feel dry before was torn down that we use with crime scene photos and everything in a really it put you there and we had you know some of the Manson recordings music recordings that they had we got permission to use so I think it is but it's the real horror of it it's like war film but it actually happened right we tried we tried to to stay away from the how could this have happened the you know the homecoming princess turned murderer we do we do really didn't do any of that stuff we were very victim oriented and it was more like this is where it happened and this is exactly what happened as opposed to you know the theoretical stuff and that actually the horror of of the real incident is is is horrifying enough without adding in all that other other other business because we are very we know we focus on the victims of what they went through as opposed to you know the killers lives couple years ago I play the recording of Charlie Mansons original audition tape of musical audition tape that he gave to the beach boys hoping that he was going to become. well one of them and they of course rejected him and would there be the beach boys original of founder an agent to rush Regan who's not with us anymore. a copy of the tape the let us play in and listen to we could not keep it up but it was it was strange fearing Charlie Manson do what he did that but after they rejected him he flipped out and look what happened right yeah that's certainly certainly added to the things that were going on in his head at that time we mentioned the thing about him you it wasn't terrible he wasn't a bad musician he wasn't a bad song ready wasn't terrific either but you know he was as good as he was not good and and just so I can I can understand how he had some. you know we had some attache back then he could he could have done okay there are a lot of people that were worse than him they got record deals and and yeah him by by him being sort of shown by the beach boys let that that did not set well with them certainly. let's talk about some of the favorite LA based murders and why they're so popular still at this point of course we got to start with Sir Sharon Tate us a tragedy no doubt but that's way up on the list isn't that's my go to story I mean that that has been my obsession for decades I a I just find that.

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"scott michaels" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"I was hoping that he'd pick a couple of other games that I was slightly a little bias, too, because he's, you know, for me, he's the voice that I always hurt because he's always calling the highest state games and to stick out for me. One is. Versus purdue. Holy buckeye. And then when a highest beat the team up north that same year. His words were, let's party Columbus, when they punch their ticket to go national championship game. Those two those are two. I remember where I was for both of those games. I mean it's crazy. What I think about is course you weren't born yet, I think about being eight nine years old, and that just nasty Celtics Lakers rivalry in the NBA finals that seem to be staged annually in the Boston Garden and the great western forum and Brent Musburger called those things, along with Pat O'Brien was the sideline guy. And I just remember his his presence man, he commanded those moments seemed, so massive as a little boy, in the middle of nowhere Virginia with three channels on television and me. And daddy locked in on those. Games just with bated breath every single thing that was about to happen. You can it's those games of from my youth were so indelible. I mean I can Nate you got magic Karim Kurt Rambus Byron Scott, Michael Cooper, Michael Thompson, clay's dead. All those guys are, are in my mind, and that's, that's the Laker side. You know, you got bird, perish Dennis Johnson. Kevin McHale chief Bill Walton. Like I do I can remember it so well so vividly because it was so, so intense and Brent was right in the middle of those things, call those games. And I just just so cool to hear his perspective. And as I said to him there during the interview it just blow blew my mind, a head to call my dad and tell him. That man, I talked to Brit Musburger and daddy. I think that man might know who I am. Maybe. Wow. I've been very blessed with those kinds of moments in that one was special to me, and I appreciate his time. So I think I failed you and we've forgot one question to ask him, which now we just wanted to have to have him back on is where how did he come up with the you're looking live because that's the thing that's list. It's almo list a thought about it, but I wanted to get him out of there as quick as I could after asking them all that other stuff, because that's one of those ones, you know, that that's, that's his saying everybody hopes to have something like that. Like he's got one it's. Four of them, man. And you are looking live is certainly the most recognizable. So thanks. Brent learned a lot. He might be like, I mean, what are we got four or five straight guests? Now that we got to have a second installment. So we'll add him to that list, and we'll ask him about you're looking live now it's time to discuss something about which Travis or if not experts than we are at least well practiced. That's choke and beer..

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"scott michaels" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Scott, Michael Oscar, ask questions grabbing autograph, take lots of pictures. That's Wednesday February twentieth at noon. These anchors thirty six forty eight Washington boulevard shooting is limited. Call portend five six five sixty four thirty one for a reservation. W CDM Baltimore we're like most investment firms. They'd sell one kind of doughnut and expecting everyone to like it sprinkles, no glaze, we fillings. No, no. And no, creative planning is different. We look at your entire financial picture to create an individual plan just for you. Dial eight six six four three nine five six four one for a free, no obligation consultation with creative planning investment strategies, recommended by creative planning or not assured of earning a profit or avoiding a loss declining markets. Mike. How's the house coming along needs a tunnel work? The Pizer leaking needs a new roof the broken. I just don't have time to do. It all myself. Anyone just ask? Homeadvisor. They match you with the best local pros for any home project. Cool. Yeah. You can read reviews and book appointments online. What's it cost actually? Homeadvisor. Iser is always free to use. Nice. I'll check it out. Go to homeadvisor dot com or download the free app. So he can educate you whether you like it or not. Mark levin. Use call radio..

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"scott michaels" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"scott michaels" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And you'd like some help with it. That's the case. Give us a call shoot us attacks. Shoot us an Email best part don't shoot us. That's it. It's on the house and by the way. Yes. I just want you to know that my brother usually is very considerate and always has a Cup of coffee for me when I get here to our studio. Yeah. What's the matter? I'm losing. And for some reason, I look left and I see my cell phone with the ringer happen. And I see my program pre feed and to the right? I see my little box of pens and pencils. There's just no room, and my mouse pad and my mouth, no room is my computer and my microphone but nowhere is my Cup of coffee. Does not remember what about rid happens when you don't have coffee. Apple he may go on strike who may go on strike. That's okay. We'll get you some coffee. I we have a great our in store. His dad would say. Get with it carry with it. What's a hack I've been called a hack, but you know, that I think is a millennial term five life altering hacks for cleaning under your bed. Can you? Tell me what a hack is star. Hearing about hack hack is a hack is a person in New York, who drives a taxi that's a hack. Yeah. No. What he drives is a hack. Okay, that's his hack hack. So how do we do five life altering hacks for cleaning? I guess under your guests there five ways to clean under bed with the taxi. I guess so. These millennial terms you feel for me. Yes. Of course, you do plus some roofing tips this hour. What's a drip edge? And why is it important? You know, what I was researching that, and I think you, and I have been doing things wrong have been missing the boat on that. And I think that henceforth I'm gonna require it on every project on a Gable end. No doubt. No. Oh, no. Oh, no, really. Yeah. Okay. Don't give it up. Don't give it up as we're going to talk about that after I'm not going to give it up, and I'll tell you. What's like our sister junior high school? Now, let's talk about hacks again. Oh. Oh boy. All right. Well, and that's going to get a more somber note. More serious note. We'll be checking in with Scott Michaels who is the program director and morning talk guy at KPI y in Chico paradise. Of course, the small community that completely burned. And when wait a second, wait just a second paradise account for more homes lost in a fire in the United States well ever fourteen thousand holy moly loss. All right and the entire downtown business community gone. So we're going to have a report from Scott Michaels on recovery and also Morris will tell you what he and remodeling babe discovered during their recent visit to paradise and the aftermath of the camp fire. But I to the phones we go. Oh and eight hundred seven three seven two four seven four. It's betsy. Hey, yo Betsy. Hi. Yeah. Hi, do win high especially in the Shenandoah valley of Virginia. Yes. An old nineteen thirties Bongolo that was built on shoe. So our current huge kitchen just sitting on hash of concrete slabs was the back at the old house and half plywood. Over a crawlspace probably the child in nineteen eighty eight. And then there was an earthquake five years ago, March crack down the middle of floor, all the tiles come into pieces, right? The trimmer on the top of the ceilings is a walkie because the house, you know, sell a little bit. So we want to recover this story and take up that tile and put down something. Do we need to level it with a self leveling concrete before he put down vinyl flooring, vinyl plank? Search ceramics planks or just she it's a real conundrum a conundrum actually, it doesn't make any difference. What you put on the concrete at all the crack line as I understand it is between the concrete and wood floors. I had a similar situation at a house that I bought that had been previously. You sure did I recall and the patio would raise in fall every winter. And when it was just a concrete patio was fine. But the minute I put flooring on it even with the flooring. In my kitchen. Then suddenly there was a crack there every season you had hardwood floor parquet. Right. And so what I ended up doing was putting a piece of joint material all the way across the opening and nobody ever noticed it because it was a room change, even though the rooms were supposed to flow as one would you do put a put a T molding to me unsure and sanded it lower than normal. Now, she wants sheet vinyl, so well, it doesn't make any difference. She can do any finish she wants as long as at the joint line. She puts a T molding or a metal cap molding. Because there's going to continue to be more lear-. Yeah. When you have concrete slab and a wood floor. They're on the same level. She went over the concrete slab and wood floor with a new sheet plywood. Then there'd be a crack where the floors change every year or would split what I'm saying. She she bridged the well if she tried to Bridget with vinyl, maybe it would hold and maybe it wouldn't. So I can't say, but the bottom line is that the easiest way to do. It is to put a molding either a an aluminum trim molding that you can nail over the crack line for a T molding down in there. So that as the house moves, you don't see the gap. Thanks for the call Betsy. We've gotta take a break. Betsy line is open the number eight zero zero seven three seven two four seven four coming up. I dunno hacks five life altering hacks. For cleaning under.

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