17 Burst results for "Zak Bagans"

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"I'm just like doing it in their voices. His equipment tech. Yeah and i'm just like oh my god. Okay are and their documentary. Actually took place in. Virginia city nevada. Because you see that a lot with like a lot of the pilot episode of these that they don't have the money so they can't travel very far so you look at ghost hunters. They traveled kind of a round. What's satellite-aided rhode island. Yeah because i mean the first episode are in pennsylvania. And then you look at ghost. Adventures will there in nevada so they're obviously investigating nevada Found one site this. So don't quote me on this actually being full fact because i couldn't find anything else to back ever. It was said that this documentary won the two thousand six grand jury prize for documentary at the new york international independent film and video festival. Let's call zach up and ask him ios that i know you're a little busy with your haunted museum and stuff and you're holly madison but i mean another day. That was like look at holly. Madison are laidback killer. Clowns from outer space t shirt and this going to another thing with an outfit knows like she probably games. I beg getting me. I like when she posts on instagram. That she's wearing his shirt like she has a. He has a nickname for him. I can't recall it right now. But she's like. I'm in my boy shirt. Right now. Can wear his long sleeves chilly outside. They're like my favorite play. Hell there cute and obviously Wanted to marry his act baggins. But if i can't everybody who i have his stupid book i remember reading it by candlelight in a bubble bath i was at. You're all welcome now. We're all best friends. We just become best friends. I think we just did. Because i told everybody. Had a dream about steve gonzalves. Then you're telling us about your zag bubble bath. Oh my god. I'm writing it down now. Bubble bath now..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"And she actually credits ghost hunters on sci-fi for kind of letting people take them more seriously. Yeah and not just okay. Sure you haunt goes They try to ghost. Chasers like goes phasers. Ghost ghost chasers. Now here's my little bit of information. You're the tiddly bit. I deleted all right. So do you know who is a fan of ghost hunters. Yes have you appeared. In two episodes have meatloaf yes. Meatloaf is a fan of the series and actually appeared in two episodes in two thousand nine. During season five. There was actually a title an episode entitled battle hell where meatloaf actually enjoined in on the investigation. At thousand thousand island new york he would later go on return for another episode in two thousand and ten and he actually contacted his agent and had his agent contact the show. That's still wanted to be on it. And actually meatloaf also not only talk to his agent but he also emailed the taps website so meatloaf has perused the taps website. It'd be a little bit on the website that's awesome. Yes said an email like hey jason this meatloaf okay so Because there's been spinoffs of ghost hunters. There was ghost academy where they were in search of their newest paranormal investigator. Adam berry cadet on. Who eventually went on to win his spot to join ghost hunters and has his own show now but with amy. It's his own show that they have a show. Exactly kindred spirits starring. Amy broody and adam berry actually was a spin off. That came. An episode of ghost hunters. It was the episode where they actually investigated waverly hills sanatorium in louisville kentucky Bruni is quoted as saying we were connecting with the nurses there. We really wanted to do something more than just acknowledge their presence and then kind of leave them in their space and we couldn't do it at that time berry would then go on to say it's a sensitive side of ghost hunting. It's kind of healing that confusion about what's happening to me..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"I just had to throw him in there. I don't want to forget about it. You can add it. I mean he was wasn't that far into it that he joined because they actually went did a case with him and then he started being on the show. I know i love him. Make sure he got included in the notes anywhere. So i know i know you knew all that information out because i do something. Grant ended up leaving the show in two thousand and twelve been multiple spin off a couple realities and specials. But they're no longer jason and grant So actually the ghost hunters happened because of a new york times article on halloween. Two thousand and two the new york times article on plumbers paranormal investigators and their team of rips. Soon the investing the article went viral and they began getting risk requests from tv producers. Craig hogan who runs pilgrim films and television. Who apparently made an offer they could not refuse. Basically he was saying that they wanted to create a show about paranormal investigators. Who were obviously plumbers by day. Weird Mario flex their but okay. I was just gonna say that. He basically said didn't want to change them. He just wanted to make them bigger and if they didn't do it somebody else would. Oh you had to put that in there. Did he Like if you're not gonna do. I'm just gonna go find the necks. Paranormal i mean by how popular it is. He wasn't that far off. Yeah strew now Grant even though they're ghost hunters does not like to be called a ghostbuster. It'll be called a ghostbuster either. In fact he is quoted as saying we can disprove over eighty percent of the cases. We investigate for that reason alone. We would like to be referred to as investigators because we are spending more time investigating that people in their situation than actually busting ghosts. And that's what i liked about them. Is they tried to disprove. Things not automatically went to this is an actual haunting or you know whatever no they were actually. That was one of the things that i i also liked about. Them is instead of going in and trying to prove that the paranormal was real right. Which is what ghost. Adventures does ghost hunters. Try to disprove everything right. And if they can't disprove it then necessarily the go from there to try and make sure that what they're seeing is right right and they wouldn't necessarily say something was a haunting they'd be like well. You have some things that are happening. The could we say that's a haunting rim. Not sure now. The ghost hunters if you watched the very first couple of seasons prioritized cases that involved. Children anytime. That children was disturbed children. A child was in distress or a family was suffering. They would take that over some big named haunting they would always ask what could activities going on. Are there children involved. Because if there's children involved that goes right to the front of the list for them because obviously they're all fathers steve's a cat dad well i mean. The cranston actually called a shot in there now. One of the things that the ghost hunters did for a lot of people with kind of normalized paranormal experiences. And also give a safe space for people to talk about them Because obviously there were more ghost movies. Meant to scare people right and less of a i went through that. How do you help me. Because some people can get so haunted by a ghost or spectre that they almost form a sense of..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Now when we're talking about what we're seeing with ghosts pacers It can be traced back to the first real ghost show called ghost watch. I have never heard of this all right so this is actually a bbc documentary. Okay which later you find out. It's more of a mockumentary. However when they came out with ghost watch they didn't say that it was a mockumentary that none of it was real. They actually played it off as it was really happening. These things going on and they actually did a call in line where you could call and ask questions about the investigation in this came out in nineteen. Ninety-two was actually billed as drama and aired october thirty first nineteen ninety-two. It quote investigated the most haunted house. In britain it involved for investigators michael parkinson sarah green mike smith and craig charles as the interviewer and it dealt with a fictitious suburb of fox hill. Drive northolt in england In there were so many people that believed it was real that if you told them it wasn't real day still believed were more terrified of anything. Oh so that kind of gave way to the ghost reality shows now the only two that i'm really going to focus on. Obviously i'll touch on a few more are ghost hunters because that was the first real what we would consider paranormal reality television. Show and the first episode of ghost hunters aired october. Six two thousand four on the scifi channel and it started jason hawes and grant wilson as long along with their team from taps so taps eight the atlantic paranormal society which is based in warwick rhode island was founded in nineteen ninety. Wow really by jason hawes and was originally the rhode island paranormal society aka rips. I like it and actually jason and grant met through the rips website and it was actually grant that contacted jason. Oh cool because he was actually interested in improving the site and thought he could be of help his like your website sucks better sometime path. They met up at a donut. Shop started notching ideas from one another and it ended up drifting away from the website and more towards the paranormal and synthesis website received quarries from all over the world eventually because in the first couple of seasons there in pennsylvania and things that kind of encompass rhode island. Because obviously they're only going for overnight. Investigations yeah they eventually changed their name to the atlantic paranormal society or taps and the website receives an average of a thousand case requests per day. Wow i saw the taps website back in the day. I couldn't even imagine how bad the rips website was man curry. the original taps team included. Jason hawes obviously grant wilson duff. Avi avi both of which were wrote a router employees by day taps investigators by night. So wait did they. They didn't know they weren't Rotor rooting together previously. They may not have been on the same team but then they're like no. We have to work together all the time. So we can shoot this footage Ari so that we got jason got grant to be added. Steve zola's ryan harmed donna. Donna dave tango and andy anders. Dave wasn't an original member on the show..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Ghost phasers web series page Rican watch it online and that can put those links in the show notes. Do you guys want to see it. I mean i go to in found it. But it's like ten episodes in altogether there like a half an hour long. So they're like forty five minutes each follows the case of the showcase slasher face which is at the grid. Showcase theater haunted by the ghost of janet myers. She was an actress so was killed by her husband with a razor while attending a party at the theater. And there's actually like a bonus eleventh episode that came out a year later in its where the ghost features meet casteel. Oh that's awesome. It was pretty funny that the has to be. Oh my gosh it was. It was funny because cast comes with the book. The book series death. She comes on the books and he's like talking music you guys. You can't be these people and they're like we are. It was funny so if you haven't seen the ghost phasers web series. Put a link in the show notes but it's funny. I think you should watch it. Hefty good time. Okay i i want to hear some some ghost facts from you. Some tax okay. Ari so first off i my information From the bbc from scifi dot com from rancor dot com nightmare on film. St louis. I liked that. Imdb and mental floss. Wait ease imdb to. I i had to this for over. Yeah the first cross Over in one episode. I like it all right. So one thing i did find out that nobody really has done any research into the history of reality. Paranormal television really. Yup started on it. Yeah basically i kind of laid it out a little bit on my could have gone to greater detail but of kind of like seems to start with one main thing with tentacles before it. Oh oh it's like an octopus leveque. The tentacles oh shit had but i did want to give a couple a little pole information's dealing with how people perceive the paranormal and ghosts. Okay so according to a two thousand. Thirteen harris poll forty percent of the us. Believe in ghosts. Okay in two thousand and five gallup survey said that three out of four americans believe in at least one paranormal belief. Meaning that it's broken down into forty one percent believe in esp. Thirty seven percent believe in haunted houses and thirty two percent believe ghosts or spirits of the dead can come back in certain places or situations What they did find out is. That was the survey taken in on june sixteenth. Two thousand five which you can find on news debt gallup dot com.

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Summer hiatus may also be a reference to the nineteen eighty seven movie american gothic in which drained backwoods family welcome stranded city folk into their house and then proceeds to murder in preserve slash stuff. Them and we're to mcdonald's to occupy an overgrown in overage little named fanny. I mean you'll go down that road you can tie in house of wax to yeah tied all id bringing all in Spruce says what's this guy delegates problem. Anyway and sam says loneliness and dean says what his ever heard of real doll. A real doll is a life size silicone sex it and of course dean would know about it. These next two episodes of dean like hyper sexual. When's the last time he got laid. I think like four episodes ago wild for him liz. I mean he's also like not one to stop self love. I don't think that's true but like this episode the next episode. He's just he's talking. All about this episode was nominated for glad media award in the outstanding individual episode in a series without irregular lgbt character. It's a pretty long title for category. I feel like one of the subcategory categories. Yeah a two thousand nine however it lost to episode of the new adventures of old christine Was that the julia louis. Dreyfus was. I'm like i don't even know if i know what that is. That's our other episode marks. The first time that same medina actually use profanity. The reality tv show that the ghost phasers make within. The narrative of the episode is meant to be a quote unquote real life or a found footage film saner shown to use regular profanity which is bleeped by the ghost. Phasers of until season. Eight episode. eight ontari hurry. Hurry hunter racy. Okay so i was right. Yup this.

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Though didn't think that they would come up with that. But i mean i don't know how much dean had a hand in their deeds hand was just putting in the bag is leaving it there. I feel like he had to do. With in dina think if he had thrown it through a window with no. You got to be more conspicuous put in their bag and they ride into the sunset but they do say they didn't think the show demand didn't think it was that bad. Yeah he kinda liked it a little bit and this really starts like the rivalry between the ghost. Phasers and the winchesters ghost ghost. I like the one. They swear that they put first of all. I liked that they swear. Because i feel like that's normally how dean and sam you know. We're talk. But i like how they put the the skull mouth like the ghost's face our logo over there for their mouths whatever they were swearing. I liked. I liked when they realized who they recognised. Yeah san francisco. Holy w- west texas. It's all slowly coming back. Like the topa goofballs. That always got us fucking killed. I don't know the name of your show. But yeah you guys and then the fuck may say these assholes again. But in the end it was corbett korbut. Korbut saving the day. Our p corbett seriously corbett poor. Corbett didn't earn a full goes face or status until he died. What was nice is that that seemed to not only crossover daggett. Which i can't. I'm sorry. I just think of angry beavers but it didn't it not only crossed over daggett but it also crossed over corbett. It was a two for two for two years for the price of one towards saving the day. Okay i'm ready for tidbits if you're ready for bits. I'm always ready for some tidbits especially for this episode. There actually called tidbits this time in. Its so i know my disappoint some people but this is where we're at. What are the things that keeps coming up in episodes wall hanging appear to get in this episode. The deer's head was back. It appeared on the wall of the morton house. Did you notice the deer i did. I did notice the deer. let's back. I'm now staring things. Like i saw the starburst in the motel room. Else have seen you before. Have seen her The standard supernatural opening credits. Do not air the being this episode instead the credits for the show in a show ghost phasers air a standard credits At the end of the episode this episode in the ghost faces in particular or a parody of the show ghost hunters which was on the scifi channel. The hand held camera style of this episode reference. References the horror movie the blair witch project in which a group of college kids are making a documentary about a witch. Hit the nail right on the head there. Yeah i agree. The framing mechanism of the episode goes phasers in harry. Earth suited up in sitting in front of a fire. It's reminiscent of the masterpiece theatre which would be introduced by the host who would be sitting in a great chair by an open fire. Feeling some of these things that i copied and pasted or a little redundant. She just couldn't find there so namur d- with this episode like it's so great the stopped with unripe note The ghost faces theme song is very reminiscent of the ghostbusters theme. Also having a line about who you gonna call. Furthermore the ghost phasers have a huddle cheer similar to the ones. The one used by the ghostbusters..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Yeah they even did. The voiceovers like What was that. This resistant. The in the web series. I mean then confused now. They didn't have the voice overs in this episode. Okay it was in the web series that that reminded me. I'll talk about that later but it reminded me of What was the penn state one paranormal state paranormal state with that kid. Who be like a log case blah blah blah blah blah and. Then he'd do the voice over also. How 'bout dean rocking out to american band. Yeah so not inconspicuously. Driving passed the house by the way. There's no way that no one would've heard them. But i mean are they ever really like creeping up but anybody in the impala. It's a pretty loud car. Yeah baby quiet. Yeah i mean it's not like they were sneaking up to try to get rid of the ghost or anything but it'd be if they're like staking out a place like driving past it you know. They were maybe they should turn out the tunes you. Can you turn down. Burn american band grand funk railroad. You're right. I'm sorry i take that back. I mean rob. Zombie did a cover a take. It back yeah okay good also how about. The nickname for their command center is not just like command center nicknamed it's commands under one eagles nest eagle's nest wyatt. I'm sorry if i have to communicate with you. I'm going to say your name. You're lucky if i'm gonna eagle's nest let alone command center. Do you think any of the little things that they said were ad libbed. I would think so like they were. They were two lone wolves. There is the eagle's nest spin the tires fires like. I'm pretty sure that's i. There's no way that spruce which by the spurs There's no way the spruce. Like i don't know fifteen sixteenth jewish one six cherokee making a michelle manala gist. I mean if the rate the writers wrote that perhaps to them but he made it up on his own holy. Fuck that guy. Look like josh gates. Josh gates gained a little weight left his hair like natural. I think that he will look like josh gates within. There's like chisel chest in face. Her haters like those are some pretty funny lines..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Not sure why this is important. Gay intern corbett in k. Remains spruce maybe. It's because that plays a really big into the ending to get him to crossover and help them out. I know but just label. Him gate Just didn't seem right. I feel like he should have just been like intern. Corbett intern korbut. Yeah i'm just reading. What the wikipedia said so not my words wikipedia throwing it on out there for real. According to legend the spirit of freemen daggett returns to return every leap year to bring more victims to the house. The group comes across the ghost reliving his death. Excuse me which the winchesters call a harmless quote unquote death echo. Corporate soon disappears in the restaurant able to escape before midnight. The spirit locks the house down traffic inhabitants in their search for corbett. They come across a home office of daggett the janitor of the local hospital he used to bring home corporate corporate corpus from trying to be trying to mix corbett and corpses together. I think so it. A little bit of morgan there. I don't know he used to bring home corpses from the morgue to quote unquote play with sam. Suddenly vanishes in finds himself with corbett both tied to chairs a birthday party setup. The spirit appears and kills corbett than places a party. Onto sam's head as dean enters the bomb shelters holding sam. I don't like that as dean enters the bomb shelter were sam. Is the others place themselves in a circle of salt a ghost. Deterrent and watch adecco of corbett ed. Corbett was in love with a talks. Corbett out of the ethical. His spirit confronts daggett putting him to rest before departing. The next state san medine wipe all of the goes faces footage with an electromagnet. The birthday party thing reminded me a lot of rocky horror picture show When they all have to sit down and then you find out that like i mean. He didn't kill eddie there but even find out that they're eating eddie. Spoilers if you haven't his i offer if you haven't seen ruggie or a picture show..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Were you wanna gets turks. I feel like we're gonna talk about. Yes let's do it. S a supernatural broadcast lizzy and missy. Low really so much as looked in the middle of that. I'm just going to close out there. I did close out of it still. Oh you know what picks and chooses may need to quit. It kicked to the curb quit. Okay there we go no more boob loops. Hopefully number of loops doing salas. Oh i'm living a dream. I know someone. Now mind exactly. It's someone else's dream. Definitely not a gin. That's for sure all any a lot. Better stuff to be working with for real. I feel you one super excited today about this episode. I feel like we should just jump into it unless there is something that you wanted to chat about before but i. I didn't have anything. So nope nope amina feel like. There's not too much to talk about. I'm sitting here with my water. Hot chocolate my harry potter candle does have set in the mood for this podcast. I love it. I have my My shirt say just a little bit of hocus pocus shirts. I wear my halloween halloween shirt. Today go st episode. I have scare house On and then. Nathan have james bond songs gonna up. I'm just sitting here drinking out of my child mug that dozens mom got me. 'cause we celebrated christmas yesterday because he get corentin but fairly. Yeah in case. You're curious at the color changing candle that sorta your house the harry potter candle. Not the child because is going to save different genres pro. Were crossing star wars and in case. You're curious i'm griffin door. It's red oh i like it so cool and just you know i was following what you're saying. I'm trying to use the mouse. That's attached to mac computer again. Because i'm a horrible person. Let me turn out to burn myself in my house down Yeah okay harry potter. Can't tell but it's red underneath a silent a little bit of red blue and if you really wanna know it's griffin door very cool. Yeah a nerd. We're all nerds. Aren't we Yes i mean. I guess this leads into phantoms. And this one deals with phantom that has grown so so big so big select what. Let's just get what episode talking about. We are going to be talking about season three episode thirteen..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"The original just that just like yeah as the face on it and shit. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So it was later on they were like trying to Wes Craven to do some weird stuff, but it was based on like the Gin home from like Islamic texts and how it's a gin in normal form when the more wishes you get there more wishes he takes from people than when he becomes he gets like he's first ourselves a reptilian and then they can shape-shift which is like super weird. You should just watch it for the fact how fucked it is and then he like he's like plotting and all this stuff and he becomes just like big like CEO got kind of guy but the thing is when he gets his full form, whatever people made wishes he'll fucking like he takes their soul. So when homeless guys like he hates this farmer sister told me to like get off the sidewalk cuz he's homeless dog. Wishes, he has cancer and then like the guy just dies instantly of cancer. Oh sure. Just try. I I want to share know cuz it's ridiculous, but I was pretty stoned and it's like a shape-shifting genie thing. It's like Wes Craven would off the diving board on that one and it's bought a bunch of sequels to yeah. I see that I'll check it out. Let's get into the Lexus. So What we just talked about was the Amityville murders. Yes. Now we're going to be talking about what everybody really knows that's mainstream the Amityville hauntings Witch Is Dead what the movies are based off of what the book is based off of and so November 13th, nineteen seventy-four Ronald defeo Jr. Sean killed six family members at 15 Fulton Avenue in Amityville, since nineteen seventy over it was Nineteen seventy-four. That's what we've discovered. It was two years later that the Lexus moved in well supposedly it was in back in December of nineteen seventy. I got January 14th, nineteen Seventy-Six. Really? Yeah. Well somebody six they were doing the investigation this year. So it was thirteen months after the defeo murders. That's what I got here. Yeah, so Cathy and she had her three kids their previous marriage and they had a dog also dead. Well, I guess they were married in July of nineteen seventy-five. So well, well, well, whatever. Anyways, they they they moved out after Twenty Eight Days. Okay, so we have George and Kathy Lutz with their three children and they left After Twenty Eight Days claiming. They had been terrorized by paranormal phenomenon. They are they're so young thirteen months after the film murders or two years five bed or two years five bedroom house built in a dutch-style colonial-style. It had a swimming pool Boathouse. It is dope like it's a dope. It's pretty it looks beautiful. I mean if you if you see it now, it's a beautiful house. It's beautiful and we'll get into the and they bought it for $80,000 off right which I think is a steal. It was a steel. Yeah. It was located on a canal George and Kathy were married nineteen seventy-five. She had periods children and they had Daughters, I believe they had a dog and during their first inspection of the family dog. Yeah during the first inspection of the house. The real estate agent had told them about the defeo murders and they said they asked if it would affect their decision which they said it was not a problem, but I would be like, can I get like, you know, let's just like knock it down 10 grand. You know what I mean? Like, I you know, I know that shit because I'd be like, I would not move in there. I would not move in there and this is more fucked so they moved in December nineteen. Nineteen seventy-five. Can I say I would move in and I would I would test the waters. Maybe I've even played some Ouija board in their know it gets too fucked up K know then I sell it for more than I got it for know mostly. Here's the fucked-up part. Here's the crazy part. They kept it a fails Furniture first $400 as part of the deal when she slept in the same bed together. That's fucking I thought you tell him I said bed. And that's really weird in general that they like they fucking stayed like you sound the same couch. You know what I mean? Like that's I wouldn't I wouldn't for a murder thing. These people are obviously you were not what they claim to be not superstitious at all, right, so they came up to be religious or superstitious. So but that's fucked dude being in the sleeping in the same bed frame has some people that were in that's what I couldn't get across like I would obviously if I had to buy a house like this, I would probably be into it my girlfriend I probably so I'm sure there's people who are into that stupid fucking fag Zak Bagans from Ghost Adventures. He like bought like I think he you know, he didn't buy the Amityville. Oh, he they're doing a thing on fucking Joe exact farm for some fucking Reserve Zoo. Really? Yeah. Yeah that the tattooed guy. Yeah, no you ever watch Ghost Adventures. I like playing here. Yeah, and he's just like super do she like yeah, it used to be good and and I liked it and but I turned it seems so forced everything all the shit. There's a spirit asked to be like everything is seems super force and then one of the members left and he actually went to create I think a better show off where they actually like locked down for a night and you can't leave that something you do it and now they don't do it. They have so many film Crews and all this shit. It's like you're not going to catch anything. All these girls can be like man look all going to take her King a tiger or whatever like looking for some reason. I don't know what anyways this is fogged. I would never buy a home that somebody was murdered in. So I'm the kind of friend of George Lutz had learned about the history of the house and he had insisted on having it blessed at the time. He was yeah. It was a non-factor..

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"zak bagans" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"zak bagans" 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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"zak bagans" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of the American horror story and 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 his 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 and 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 does stop Michael's for more than a decade Mike made the two thousand fifteen crime documentary murder 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 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. 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 a tabloid that are looking for click. it is pretty irrefutable that he he died yeah I think so too transaction in Las Vegas sure he's electronic 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 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 with 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 you have 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 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 of 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 Greek topic in the the Hollywood this is a great place for the strange and unusual deaths and use guarded you Mike you're right in the middle of all of it aren't you 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 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 that was a great. audience for this there certainly I hope the 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 it 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 do you know anything about that it was in Brentwood somewhere five willing to drive 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 that he said look you're in the news business you need to see this and the images 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 the 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 would say a human spin on that when you're looking at that house the the Ramsey how shin 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 on my tour if we're passing the Janis Joplin hotel over near where 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 and makes these people into real. stories of real humans not just you know record albums are photographs is do you could realize the history that happened right there are these places haunted. why would say some of them are most definitely I think so I think that there's some things that 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 what if 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 care and things are seen things out of the corner of your eyes so yeah you can get when you're cutting 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 curious documentaries according to buzzfeed readers well we took audiences to the locations were thing happened in which is interesting and we didn't really focus on the killer so much because they've been you know idolized been away by 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 victims lived in all when we could I think with the forty different locations hi 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 on cielo 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 have 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 we tried to to stay away from the how could this have happened the you know the homecoming princess turned murderer we 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 the real incident is is is horrifying enough without adding and 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 and 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 of the Manson the thing about him you it wasn't terrible it wasn't a bad musician he wasn't a bad song right he 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 had some. yeah we had some attache back that 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 zero Sharon Tate lost a tragedy no doubt but that's way up on the list isn't that might go to story I mean that that has been my obsession for decades I I I just find that case so fascinating because up until that night of the Tate murders you thought you were safe in your own bed if people weren't anymore yeah I have a guild Folger was literally in bed reading a book wearing a nightgown and bad and within thirty minutes she was on the front lawn with twenty eight stab wounds and was installed for four months so it it changed everyone's comfort level you you were no longer safe in your own house in your own bed and and they had everything rock stars and and movie stars and and yeah you just drama and it was it was a fascinating story that almost unreal it's almost like it is a movie. do you wanna model Frank salary someone who is us Saleh tree. yeah the lecture he would lose a producer he makes a mile the complex we played blaxploitation films in the seventies black installing the and was one of them kind of a a knock off of black yellow and and he lived in a couple of Bela Lugosi's old homes and and Frank he actually one of his paintings or is in my shop right now in my museum that is needs gifted me but Frank was up brutally murdered in his home up in the Hollywood Hills which is bizarrely still an unsolved crime but the fact that he was immersed in these horror movies and immersed in a in battle ago sees life and history makes him of a really interesting case that is never really been looked at seriously by anyone it still sits there and so the unsolved case file in would you highlight cases like this in the in the podcast the dearly departed podcast. definitely yeah it's the thing is the odd little stories about people that you may be for chronic you know would but but what for instance there's a woman by the name of seizing cabbage she she her she's a film called the wash woman and you know the kind of went no where either she was she was a a pretty lady a beautiful actress will say and she had some interesting romances and she had a child and they lived in Sherman oaks and she wasn't working so much anymore but one day her son murdered her with a barbell she and blizzard that been hit it the barbell in a box of tide detergent then call the police claiming ninjas because mother and her son Timothy was actually a medically defined the war and he was got you got.

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"zak bagans" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"As the inspiration for the eternal darkness tour on season one of the American horror story and 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 as 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 and 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 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 Tupac 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 tour with 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 electronic 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 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 it with 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. nothing 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 of weeks in some people who want to hear it how did they find it. it is on they can go to dearly departed pod dot com in in they can 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 in the 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 yet yeah it's sort of embrace of 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 cul de audience to it you know it 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 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 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 did 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 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 the 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 we're 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 add 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 real humans not just you know record albums are photographs is 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 will 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 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 and the city is asleep 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 we took audiences to the locations were thing happened in when it's 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 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 he'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 is but it's the real horror of it it's like war film but it actually happened why we tried we tried to stay away from the how could this have happened the you know the homecoming princess turned murderer we 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 although their 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 is not with us anymore. a copy of the tape the let us play in and 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 it wasn't terrible he wasn't a bad musician he wasn't a bad song right he 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. yeah 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 favored 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 I I I just find.

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"zak bagans" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"zak bagans" 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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"zak bagans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Eternal darkness tour on season one of the American horror story and 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 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 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 Tupac 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. 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 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 what people want to believe he still lives in 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 Mike and I have been I have been friends collaborators as you said for about ten years and and sort of you know everyone else was doing it with 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 what do you do in the show. currently. 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 weeks. we want to hear it how did they find it. it is on they can go to dearly departed pod dot com in in they can look at dearly departed podcast on iTunes Spotify stitcher and 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 great topic indeed the Hollywood is is a great place for the strange and unusual deaths in use guided you Mike you're right in the middle of all of that 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 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 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.

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"zak bagans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"zak bagans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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