Before Cher, Lady Gaga, J Lo there was the biggest queen of them all!LIBERACE! Liberace was known for his extravagant lifestyle, glitzy costumes, candelabra, and extraordinary showmanship all made him famous as his piano playing.
He died of cytomegalovirus pneumonia as a result of AIDS on February 4, 1987. The showman had been diagnosed with Aids in August 1985 by a private physician in Las Vegas – a fact which was hidden from the public. He didn’t seek any medical treatment for his condition and his illness was a secret until the day he died. He was 67 when he passed away at home in Palm Springs, California. But it seems like Mr. Showmanship has been making his presence known all around Vegas.
On Ep. 40, Season 4, we talk about the life and afterlife of Liberace. We also talk about his paranormal association. Is it possible that he is still creating music from the other side through those who purchase his pianos? Is it his spirit that people see at the former Tivolis Restaurant and his museum? Tune in to find out!
It’s one of the most disturbing stories in Hollywood history: The murder of Rebecca Schaeffer, a young and beautiful actress cut down in her prime by an obsessed fan, Robert John Bardo.
On July 18, 1989, the actress was shot to death in the doorway of her West Hollywood apartment by Robert John Bardo—an obsessed fan who had been stalking her for three years. This was one of the biggest stories that shook Hollywood in the late 80s.
Join us as we take a deeper dive into the lower depths of Stalker cases and definitions.What drives an obsessed fan to do the unthinkable?The paranormal aftermath, there are no hauntings on the site of Rebeccas murder but there is a correlation with the show My Sister Sam that Rebecca starred in and DTLA’s haunted Pico House.
Let’s travel back in time to 1989 On Ep. 39 as we close Season 3 with The True Crime and Paranormal Aftermath of Rebecca Schaffer.
Over a period of 14 months, Richard Ramirez, aka “Night Stalker,” killed 13 people and attempted to kill five more across California.In a span of one year, Ramirez kept LA on edge with his murderous rampages.Today he is known to be one of the most notorious serial killers in history.On today’s episodewe talk about Richard’s childhood,dark journey into a life of crime and satanism.We also talk about his trial and the women who loved, fought and admired The Death Row Romeo.
The paranormal aftermath, we sit down with author Mario Becerra of “Haunted East Los Angeles” as he shares a tale about a family who experienced a dark and negative entity after their son locked eyes with Ramirez during his arrest.
What led Richard Ramirez to commit these violent crimes?Was it Nature or Nurture?Or was it something unearthly ?
Did Richard imprint a negative force that attacked a family in their East LA home after they locked eyes with the killer?
JOIN US! As Hollyweird Paranormal travels back in timefor Season 3.So join us as we time warp through this killer decade of THE 80’S
**Side note : please pardon the volume on our interview with author Mario Bacerra.We are true crime enthusiasts and para-nerds not sound engineers. We do our very best to improve the sound of our Face Time interviews. Headphones are recommended for that portion.Also the following episode contains violent and graphic content, listener discretion advised. Now lets get Hollyweird.