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.
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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.
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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!
“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.”
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 !
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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There’s a house that sits on Cielo Drive in Benedict Canyon that has an array of paranormal activity. It’s best known as The David Oman House and its located just 200 ft from where the Sharon Tate and Manson Murders took place in 1969.
In 2014 David Oman produced and co-wrote a movie documentary about the paranormal activity that has been going on in his house. It’s called The House at The End of the Drive. Since producing this film, Oman feels that the spirits have really reached out to him. One of those spirits is the ghost of Sharon Tate.
On today’s episode, Hollyweird Paranormal traveled to the Benedict Canyon to tour The Oman House and interview David Oman himself. Tune in to find out what we experienced before and during our recording session with David. You don’t want to miss it!
For more info on David Oman’s film, then click on the link below