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Hollywood Obscura: Death, Murder, and the Paranormal Aftermath

Brian Clune

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Hollywood is no stranger to murder, and some of the murderers are the most vicious killers known to man. Through extensive research by Brian Clune, the historian for Planet Paranormal Investigations, take a deeper look at 12 stories dealing with the murders and paranormal aftermath of some of Hollywood’s most mysterious and gruesome murders from the 1930s to modern times, including Thelma Todd, The Black Dahlia, “Bugsy” Siegel, George Reeves, Marilyn Monroe, Ramon Novarro, Natalie Wood, John Belushi, Tupac Shakur, Biggie Smalls, and more. In addition to bloody confrontations and excessive negative patterns, find out the haunting ghost stories of these individuals—their spirits are still here. Jaw-dropping details will have you trying to close the veil to the otherside before you learn too much... But you’re too late. History buffs and paranormal enthusiasts will enjoy this book, however, it is not for the squeamish.

Size: 6" x 9" | 48 color photos | 128 pp
ISBN13: 9780764353543

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Brian Clune is the co-founder and the historian for Planet Paranormal Radio and Planet Paranormal Investigations. His interest in history has led him to volunteer aboard the USS Iowa and Fort MacArthur Military Museum as well as giving lectures at colleges and universities. He has been involved with numerous TV shows including, Ghost Adventures, My Ghost Story, Dead Files, Ghost Hunters and was the subject in a companion documentary for the movie Paranormal Asylum. His other books include California’s Historic Haunts, Haunted San Pedro, and the highly acclaimed, Ghosts of the Queen Mary. Clune lives in Southern California with his loving wife, Terri, his three wonderful children, and of course, Wandering Wyatt!