Episode 1:
Mackenzie Phillips

Mackenzie Phillips was a child star and daughter to Rock n' Roller, John Phillips, of the Mamas and the Papas.  John liked to have parties, do drugs, and have sex.  And he didn't shield his children from any of it.  In this episode, I'll dive into the complicated relationship between John and Mackenzie, and the scandal that came out after Mackenzie released her memoir: the incestuous relationship between Mackenzie and John.

Episode 2:
Marvin Gaye

Marvin Gaye is known as one of the greatest Motown and Soul artists of all time.  Many people don't know that Marvin was heavily addicted to cocaine, or that he gave his father the gun that he would later murder Marvin with.  In today's episode, we'll dive into Marvin's upbringing, his career, his relationship with his father, and his ultimate demise at the hands of his father, Marvin Gaye Sr.

Episodes 3 & 4:
Woody Allen

Woody Allen is a film director, writer, actor, and comedian with multiple Academy Award-Winning films under his belt.  Mia Farrow is an actress and fashion model who starred in 13 of Woody's films.  Throughout their 12-year relationship, Woody Allen allegedly molested their 7 year old daughter, Dylan, and groomed Mia's daughter, Soon-Yi.

There are a lot of questions surrounding the sexual abuse allegations, but what we know to be fact is that Woody Allen and Soon-Yi are still together, nearly 30 years later.  Is this an appropriate relationship between two consenting adults, or a grooming relationship between a stepfather and adopted child?

In this episode, I'll be breaking down the timeline of the Allen-Farrow relationship, and diving into the facts surrounding Dylan's allegations against Woody.

Episode 5:
Judith Barsi

Judith Eva Barsi was known for many roles in her short life, including the voices of Ducky in The Land Before Time and Anne Marie in All Dogs Go to Heaven.  Her life was tragically ended at the age of 10, at the hands of her alcoholic father.

Episode 6:
Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain was the lead singer and songwriter for the grunge rock band, Nirvana.  Kurt died in 1994 of an apparent suicide by shotgun, after using a dangerous amount of drugs.  But a few things don't add up and many believe Kurt was actually murdered. 

Episodes 7 & 8:
Brittany Murphy

Brittany Murphy died at just 32 years old under mysterious circumstances.  Her cause of death was determined to be pneumonia and anemia, as well as drug overdose.  Interestingly, her husband Simon died of the exact same causes only 5 months later.

The uncertainties of this case have led us to wonder, could they have been murdered?

Episodes 9-11:
R. Kelly

R. Kelly is known as the King of R&B and for the person responsible for launching Aaliyah's career.  Throughout his career, multiple women have come out with accusations of sexual assault.  Most of these women claim that R. Kelly abused them when they were underage.

Though he was acquitted in 2008, more women (and now, a man, as well) have come forward, and many who have worked closely with him have told their own stories, corroborating the allegations.


Episode 12:
Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron is one of the highest paid actresses in the world and was named as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.  Though her beauty and talent is overwhelming, her life wasn't always all glitz and glamour.
Charlize's childhood was a dark time and her family suffered a terrible tragedy when she was just 15 years old.  The details of her early life truly make you wonder how someone could grow up to be so successful and poised.

Episode 13:
Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe died at just 36 years old of what appeared to be a suicide by overdose.  But when you take a closer look, it seems that there may have been foul-play.  Many believe that Marilyn was killed by the Kennedy's.  So what's fact and what's theory?

Episode 14: Baby Groupies &
Cradle-Robbing Rockstars

14 year old Lori Mattix lost her virginity to David Bowie.  Steven Tyler, started dating a 16 year old girl and convinced her mother to give him guardianship over her, and then he impregnated and forced her to get an abortion.  Elvis was known to have sleepovers with teenage girls, and started dating Priscilla when she was only 14 years old.

These "rock gods" knew what they were doing was wrong.  How did they get away with it?

Episode 15: Corey Feldman
& Corey Haim

Corey Feldman (Gremlins, The Goonies, Stand By Me, etc.) and Corey Haim (Lucas, Silver Bullet, The Lost Boys, License to Drive) were child actors from the 80’s, and best friends.  As children, they were both sexually abused by adult men in Hollywood, like Marty Weiss and Charlie Sheen.

Both Coreys struggled with drug addiction and after Corey Haim’s death, Corey Feldman has spoken out and started naming their abusers.

Episode 16:
Cursed Movies

Many film and television sets have fallen victim to dangerous accidents.  But some of those are believed to be haunted-- or worse-- cursed.

From tragic deaths to a spooky warning from a priest, these movies may have something more sinister going on than simple bad luck.

In this episode, I'll cover the legends surrounding the "curses" on Poltergeist, The Exorcist, and The Omen.

Episode 17:
Sharon Tate

Sharon Tate was a beautiful and talented Hollywood starlet who was married to director Roman Polanski.  She starred in films like The Fearless Vampire Killers and Valley of the Dolls.  When Sharon was just 26 years old and 8 and a half months pregnant, she was murdered by the members of Charles Manson's cult, the "Manson Family".

Episode 18:
Roman Polanski

What started as a photo shoot for a magazine ended in one of the most notorious sexual assault cases in modern history. 

Roman Polanski is one of the most celebrated directors in the world.  Samantha Gailey was only 13 years old when he sexually assaulted her in 1977, just 8 years after the tragic death of his wife, Sharon Tate.

Episode 19:
Adrienne Shelly

Adrienne Shelly made a career out of roles featuring powerful woman.  She was successful in front of the camera as well as behind it, and was on the verge of becoming huge when she wrote, directed, and co-starred in the film Waitress. 

Sadly, Adrienne was brutally murdered before she could see the huge success that Waitress was to become.

Episode 20:
River Phoenix

River Phoenix died on October 31st, 1993 under mysterious circumstances, at just 23 years old.  At his young age, he was already an established actor, and also had a fair share of trauma in his life.

His brother Joaquin and sister Rain were there at the Viper Room with him as drugs were being passed around.

Everyone could see that River was in bad shape, but by the time they called for help, it was too late.

Episode 21:
The Jenny Jones Show Murder

In 1995, a guest on The Jenny Jones show was murdered after revealing his secret crush on the show.  Three days after appearing on the show, his crush would return to murder him.  Was daytime television partially responsible?

Episode 22:
Selena Quintanilla

Selena Quintanilla was murdered at 23 years old by her friend and president of her fan club, Yolanda Saldivar.

Yolanda was short, chubby,  and mousy and desperate for a purpose in life.  Selena was her first and only friend.  What on earth compelled her to kill the beloved star?

*This episode also discusses the events of November 5th, 2021 at the Astroworld music festival in Houston, TX.

Episode 23:
Didi's Close Call

This is a cautionary tale about how people with connections can take advantage of people with aspirations (for example, promising a career to an aspiring singer).

Tune in to hear about the time I possibly could've been a victim.  If you're familiar with Netflix's Making a Murderer and the Steven Avery case, you may be particularly interested in this one.

Episode 24:
Victor Salva

Victor Salva is an American filmmaker known for his work in horror movies like the Jeepers Creepers films, as well as the 1995 film Powder.  What many people don’t know is that he was also convicted of sexually assaulting a 12 year old actor on the set of a movie in 1989.

Victor Salva was able to continue his career long after his conviction, even managing to work with Disney and creating the final Jeepers Creepers film in 2017.

Episode 25:
Kelsey Grammer

Kelsey Grammer is best known for playing the role of Dr. Frasier Crane in Cheers and the spin-off Frasier.  He also performed numerous roles on Broadway, on television sitcoms, and doing voice-over work.

Frasier-- I mean Kelsey-- has also had a life full of tragedy, as his family seems to be surrounded by things like murders, kidnappings, fatal accidents, etc.

Episodes 26-28:
John Lennon

John Lennon is one of the co-founders of The Beatles and one of the most beloved artists in the world.  He had a turbulent childhood and made numerous achievements in his short life, before he was murdered at just 40 years old at the hands of a 25 year old fan, Mark David Chapman. 

Episode 29:
Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson rose caught the nation's attention when she appeared in American Idol's third season.  She shook the audiences with her performance in Dreamgirls, and she was handpicked by Aretha Franklin to star in the 2021 biopic Respect.  In the midst of making a name for herself, Jennifer's family suffered a horrific attack that would truly test her strength. 

Episode 30:
Strip-Search Scam

For over a decade, a scammer would call numerous restaurants and grocery stores throughout the US under the guise of a police officer, and convinced managers of these businesses to conduct strip-searches on their young employees "on behalf of the police".  An arrest would finally be made in 2004, but not until after 18 year-old Louise Ogborn was tortured and humiliated for hours.

Episode 31:
Phil Spector & the Murder of Lana Clarkson

Phil Spector was a legendary music producer with an epic collection of wigs.  Lana Clarkson was an actress and model who was went home with Phil after her shift at the House of Blues.  Sadly, she wouldn't come out alive.

Episode 32: Tupac &
Biggie Smalls

For over 25 years, the details of the deaths of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G (Biggie Smalls) have been shrouded in mystery.  They're still considered cold cases to this day.  Were their deaths a result of the east coast/west coast rivalry?  Was Tupac murdered by his own friend?

This episode explores the evidence compiled by retired LAPD detective Greg Kading.  

Episodes 33 & 34:
Linda Lovelace

Linda Lovelace was one of the most famous actresses of the Golden Age of Porn.  She became a household name when Deep Throat became the first pornographic movie ever to cross into the mainstream.
Beyond the stardom, however, was an abusive manager holding her captive and forcing her to perform.

Episode 35-36:
Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky

In 1998, a story broke that President Bill Clinton was having an ongoing affair with 24 year-old White House intern, Monica Lewinsky.  The media was eager to make Monica the face of the scandal; but Bill would be the one charged with perjury, leading to his impeachment.

In this episode, we’ll explore the allegations against Bill Clinton, the details of his relationship with Monica (and others), the investigation, the Starr Report, etc.

Episode 37:
Dan Schneider

Dan Schneider is a Nickelodeon producer responsible for shows like The Amanda Show, Drake & Josh, iCarly, Victorious, Henry Danger, and so on.  Nickelodeon severed ties with Schneider in 2018 when audiences began to question whether Dan had been sexually abusing and/or exploiting his young stars.

Episode 38:
Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes was an iconic child actress and comedian from the 90's-00's.  She was a star from an early age, until her mental health started deteriorating and she began breaking down publicly.  What contributed to Amanda's mental health problems?  Did it have anything to do with Dan Schneider?

Episode 39:
Chris Benoit

Chris Benoit was a Canadian wrestling superstar and still remembered to this day as the greatest technical wrestler in the world.  In 2007, Chris committed a double-murder suicide against his wife and 7-year-old son.  Was it steroids, brain damage, or a fear of losing his wife that made him commit this awful crime? 

Episode 40:
Chris Chan

Chris Chan is a YouTube vlogger and creator of the webcomic series Sonichu.  After being discovered by internet trolls, Chris would engage in a decade-long war against cyberbullies and end up putting his most private intricacies on display for the whole world to see.  Before long, the world would witness the most disturbing of Chris' actions. 

Episode 41:
Pee-Wee Herman

Pee-Wee Herman is a television and film character created by Paul Reubens.  Pee-Wee was incredibly popular and successful until 1991, when Paul Ruebens was arrested for indecent exposure.  Pee-Wee's reputation was destroyed, and many believe he was treated unfairly.  Was he?

Episode 42:
Armie Hammer

Armie Hammer is an American actor who comes from a long line of powerful businessmen.  Since his wife divorced him, he's had a number of flings and multiple women have come forward with disturbing accusations about him and have included screenshots of him describing his fantasies of rape and cannibalism.  

Episode 43:
Tonya Harding

When figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was clubbed in the knee before the National Championships, all eyes were on her rival, Tonya Harding.  What exactly was Tonya's role in the attack on Nancy Kerrigan?

Episodes 44-45:
Gianni Versace

On July 15th 1997, Gianni Versace was shot and killed outside of his Miami Beach mansion by spree killer Andrew Cunanan. It was unclear if Versace knew his attacker or what the motive was. In this 2 part episode, we explore the life of Andrew Cunanan, his connection to Gianni Versace, and the killing spree that ended the life of the famous fashion designer and four others.

Episodes 46-47:
Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby has been accused of sexual assault by nearly 70 women. He was found guilty of assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004, as well as Judy Huth when she was just 16. After serving roughly 2 years in prison, his conviction was overturned. But it's not because he was innocent. So what happened? 

Episode 48:
Pam Anderson & Tommy Lee

Pamela Anderson was a Playboy model, actress, and an iconic sex symbol. Tommy Lee was the drummer of Mötley Crüe and known for his love of partying and his gigantic schlong. Those who hadn't heard of Pam & Tommy would become familiar in 1996, when they're intimate honeymoon video was stolen, reproduced, and streamed on the internet, becoming the first celebrity sex tape to go viral.

Episode 49:
Child Stars & Stage Parents

Numerous child actors have been known to be pressured into show business by their parents. You might be shocked to find out just how many had no say in the matter. Where is the line between fulfilling your child's dreams, and working them like a horse for your own indulgence? 

Episode 50:
Lou Pearlman/The Boy Band Con

Lou Pearlman is the record producer behind boy bands Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC. He formed the groups and made them stars, while gaining their trust and acting as a father figure. Lou was accused of grooming and sexually abusing teen singers, as well as running off with their earnings before being prosecuted for his involvement in one of the longest running Ponzi schemes in history. 

Episode 51:
Very Special Episodes

The term “very special episode” refers to comedy sitcoms that featured episodes that contained really dark or controversial themes. The usage of the term peaked in the 1980’s but there are earlier shows with episodes like this. In this episode, Didi & Summer discuss Very Special Episodes from sitcoms Boy Meets World, All in the Family, Diff'rent Strokes, Full House, and Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

Episode 52:
Phil Hartman

Phil Hartman was an actor and comedian who is known for many things, like voiceover work on the Simpsons and impersonating more than 50 characters on Saturday Night Live. He made it up the Hollywood ladder and built a beautiful family. Sadly, his life was tragically ended in a violent murder-suicide at the hands of his wife, Brynn. 

Episode 53:
Chalino Sanchez

Chalino Sanchez was a Mexican singer-songwriter known for his narcocorridos, or drug ballads. His songs told true stories of gang rivalries, cartel activity, famous outlaws, etc. In 1992, he received a note in the middle of a concert that is believed to have included a death threat. Chalino crumpled up the note and went on with the show. A few hours later, his dead body was found bound and blindfolded in an irrigation canal. 

Episode 54:
Dimebag Darrell

Dimebag Darrell was a founding member of Pantera and one of the greatest heavy metal guitarists of all time. After Pantera broke up, many fans were upset, but one angry fan, 25 year old Nathan Gale, was angry enough to take Dimebag’s life during a concert.

Episodes 55-57:
O.J. Simpson

O.J. Simpson was a famous football player and actor who was charged with murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and her friend, Ron Goldman. Despite the mountain of evidence implicating him as the murderer, O.J. was acquitted, thanks to his legal Dream Team and the incompetence of the LAPD. 

Episodes 58-59:
Bob Crane

Radio & TV star Bob Crane was brutally murdered on June 29th, 1978 in his hotel room in Scottsdale, Arizona. Nearly 45 years after his death, he is still portrayed in the media as a sexual deviant with a porn addiction.  In this episode, we deep dive the true story of Bob Crane, exploring his life, career, sexual escapades, and his murder in 1978.

This episode features a special interview with Bob Crane biographers and 2 of the 3 authors of "Bob Crane: The Definitive Biography".

Episodes 60-61:
John Holmes

John Holmes was one of America's first porn stars, reaching the pinnacle of his fame before his story took a dark turn. As drug addiction consumed him, John found himself in the midst of a drug war that would end in a brutal attack that would become known as the Wonderland murders.

Episode 62:
Woodstock '99


Once celebrated as a symbol of peace and unity, this iconic music festival took a dark turn, resulting in chaos, violence, and a tarnished legacy. Explore the darker side of the counterculture movement as Didi navigates through the commercialization, aggression, and violence that plagued the festival grounds. Tune in for a captivating exploration of how an iconic celebration of music and unity took a shocking turn, forever altering the narrative of one of the most infamous music festivals in history. 

Special Guest: Lisa Foiles!

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