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WHO DIS?!?
A Hollywood True Crime and Paranormal Podcast hosted by Tammie Merheb-Chavez and Brice Mitchell Williams. We discuss true crime and its paranormal association set in and around Hollywood, CA.AKA Hollyweird.

How Does This Work?

HEY BOOS!! if you want to tune into more spooky Hollyweirdness with Tammie & Brice, simply pledge $1 (or more) per month. Not only will this support us and our ice coffee addiction BUT you will also allow us to keep this Hollyweird podcast going, there are bonuses! You’ll receive exclusive rewards, including PRIVATE ACCESS TO OUR Q & A ON FACEBOOK LIVE! OUR ASK US ANYTHING! We have a feeling that our Q & A will be very interesting LOL!

What is Patreon?
Patreon allows people who jadore Hollyweird Paranormal Podcast to support it and the work we are doing by making a monthly pledge. You can pledge as little or as much as you like (imagine 500 weirdos pledging $1 each…it adds up and can really help us stay afloat so we can keep creating content for you to enjoy…while we fuel ourselves with Starbies)!
You are charged when you pledge and then once at the beginning of each month. And don’t worry, you’re not locked in! You can change your pledge amount or cancel your pledge at any time.

How will the funds be used?

  • Monthly & Annual Fees – Hollyweird Paranormal has to have several hosting sites and programs that charge monthly or annual fees. Some of these include:
  • Audio Hosting Platform – this is where the episodes are downloaded and made live for all to enjoy for free!
  • Website fees – hosting site, domain name, storage, etc.
  • Audio Editing Software subscriptions & Equipment – new mics, mixers, and even ghost investigation tools for our field investigations & interviews with local members of the paranormal community.
  • Marketing Materials –for the show to be successful, we have to keep my audience growing. To do this we have to constantly promote the show with:

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 Your monthly contributions help keep us caffeinated and fed so we can record and edit episodes! And, Brice’s trips to Tammie’s apartment to record Hollyweird episodes since he doesn’t own a car. Gas for our field interviews and investigations with members of the paranormal community.

THANK YOU!!!!! Thanks for taking the time to check out our Patreon page! If you can make a monthly pledge of $1 or more!  Just know that you’re so awesome & amazing. WE CELINE DION LURVE YOU!  Thank you for making Hollyweird Paranormal extra AF!!!!


EP. 37 The Haunting of The Rosenheim Mansion | The AHS Murder House



On Episode 37 Hollyweird Paranormal takes a deep dive into one of the most notorious and famous mansions in L.A. The Rosenheim Mansion or The American Horror Story Murder House.  We talk about its history, mystery, past and current tenants.  We also discuss the hauntings within the walls of the mansion along with the chaos outside that has the current owners living in fear.  We ask you the question, what is worse? Dealing with the living or the dead?  You also don’t wanna miss our sit down with the Doug Vanderpool who is the lawyer representing the mansion’s owners as he shares their crazy Hollyweird tales of ghosts and AHS fandom.

American Horror Story
Pilot

EP. 36 OC Ghosts & Legends Interview at The Oman House | Paranormal Investigation



Hey Boos!

We had the opportunity to sit down and meet the paranormal team , OC Ghosts & Legends.  They were leading and hosting a huge ghost hunt at The Oman House on April 13, 2019.  Tune in to learn about their views on investigating the paranormal and how to pursue a career in the paranormal field.  Lets discover the unknown with OC Ghosts and Legends!

Heads up!  Tickets are still available for the Haunted BBQ and Ghost Hunt at The Oman House April 20, 2019.  More details and ticket info below!

For more info on OC Ghosts & Legends and future events click on the link below:

OC Ghosts and Legends

For more info on The Oman House and future investigations then click on the link below:

The Oman House

 


EP. 35 PT. 3 LISTENERS’ TALES| REAL GHOST STORIES



On today’s episode we share ghost story submissions from out listeners!  Tune in a we talk about haunted halloween decor, being able to connect with the dead, ghost pets and the scars you bare after investigating an abandoned mental hospital with a dark past.  You dont want to miss this episode!


Ep. 34 The Greystone Mansion Murder Mystery |The True Crime and Paranormal Aftermath



“Murder is unique in that it abolishes the party it injures, so that society has to take the place of the victim and on his behalf demand atonement or grant forgiveness; it is the one crime in which society has a direct interest.”

W.H. Alton

 

On February 16, 1929, four months after Ned Doheny, his wife Lucy and their five children moved into Greystone, Ned died in a guest bedroom in an apparent murder-suicide with his secretary, Hugh Plunkett.

LAPD claimed Hugh was responsible while other investigators believed that it may have been Ned’s wife Lucy since many believed Ned and Hugh were having a secret affair.

What secrets lie within the greystone walls of the mansion?  Was the death of Ned and Hugh murder suicide or something more?  What ghosts have been seen and felt around the Greystone property?  Tune in to find out !


Ep. 33 The Haunting of The Harris House in Glendale, CA.-Minisode



Some places speak distinctly. Certain dank gardens cry aloud for a murder; certain old houses demand to be haunted; certain coasts are set apart for shipwrecks.

Robert Louis Stevenson

The Historic Harris House is a two-story Victorian Transitional home dating back to 1902. Recently, a film crew captured a “ghost” photo inside one of its upstairs rooms. Others, including the owner, have also experienced paranormal activity there as well.

On March 8th Hollyweird Paranormal attended Bizarre Los Angeles’ historic presentation and paranormal investigation at The Historic Harris House in Glendale, CA.  Tune in to find out the what ghosts linger on the 2nd floor along with an EVP that Tammie collected in one of the most active rooms of the house.

To learn more about the Harris House then click on the link below!

The Harris House


EP. 32 The Chino Hills Massacre | The True Crime & Paranormal Aftermath of the Ryen Family | Kevin Cooper



On June 5, 1983, William Hughes peered through a sliding glass door into the master bedroom of the Ryen family’s house in Chino Hills. He spotted the bloodied body of his 11-year-old son Christopher, who had spent the night with the family. Nearby were Peggy and Doug Ryen, hacked and slashed to death. Eight-year-old Joshua Ryen lay on the floor, his throat slit, but alive. Out of sight in the hall was Jessica Ryen, 10, no longer breathing.

Family photo of Chino Hills family Doug, Peggy and Jessica Ryen and eight-year-old Joshua Ryen, (sitting on horse), who was the lone survivor of hatchet the attack. (File courtesy photo, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

Two days before the killings, Kevin Cooper had escaped from a prison in Chino Hills, where he was serving a sentence fro burglary.  Police found evidence – cigarette butts, a button from a prison uniform, a leather hatchet sheath – that Copper had spent two days in a house near the Ryen’s property after his espcape from CIM.

He was arrested about seven weeks after the killings.  At the trial, jurors heard the lone survivor give a videotaped statement that conflicted with what he had said when he was first interviewed with hospital staff and San Bernadino detectives.  Josh Ryen mentioned in his first statements that he saw 3 white or hispanic individuals in the house the night of the murders.  More statements and evidence were later turned into authorities -that would later not be used in Kevin Cooper’s trials to support his case.

 

 

SOURCES

YouTube Video / 48 Hrs Documentary

The Daily Podcast by The New York Times | Kevin Cooper

The Opinion | New York Times by Nicholas Kristoff 

Scapegoat by J. Patrick O’Connor

 


EP. 31 The Oscars | Dark Secrets, Scandals & Ghosts



The Oscars might be the biggest night in the entertainment calendar, but it’s never just about honoring the best movies Hollywood has to offer. Over the course of its 91st-year history, the Academy Awards has had its fair share of controversy and scandal—from A-lister boycotts, to awkward musical numbers and even  award mishaps. 

On episode 31 we talk about the Oscars dark secrets and scandals that have recently made its way into light.  We also touch on the  brief history of The Oscars,  the attack of the silent and smear campaigns , the 2019 Best film nominations and Oscar nominee ghosts?

Yes, we talk about a haunted house off of Rexford dr. in Beverly Hills that was owned by a famous Oscar nominee who saw a ghost, was haunted by a ghost and later became a ghost.  You definitely don’t want to miss this crazy Hollyweird tale.

Stay tuned to find out who it is 🙂


EP. 30 Famous Haunted Hollywood Bars



Los Angeles is world-famous for its nightlife. But do us Angelenos know that we are literally having spirits with the spirits while we are out in town? If you’ve always wanted to have drinks with a ghost, L.A. is definitely your town.  Join us on another haunted walking tour of Los Angeles with your gurls as we travel from DTLA to Mid-Town and Hollywood to take a look inside some of the creepiest places to enjoy happy hour.

Tag along as we discover the underground prohibition tunnels, rub elbows with the hitchhiker ghost at eddy’s saloon, enjoy The Black Dahlia cocktail with the Black Dahlia herself and hang with the bathroom ghosts in Hollywood…yeah we’ll go into detail about that on Episode 30 of Famous Haunted Hollywood Bars.  Lets get Hollywasted if you dare.


EP. 28 Christmas Ghosts of California | Lost Traditions



Halloween might seem like the spookiest time of the year but Charles Dickens, M. R. James, Edith Wharton, and other literary greats felt otherwise. They were among the many authors who set their most terrifying stories during the dark and chilly days of Christmastime. Reading a ghost story on Christmas Eve was once as much a part of traditional holiday festivities as turkey, eggnog, mistletoe, and Saint Nick.

On this episode we share a submitted holiday ghost tale from one of our listeners as we dive into the lost tradition of sharing ghost tales during Christmas accompanied with a few California Christmas ghost tales.