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A special companion episode to Episode 256. We discuss missing woman Marliz Spannhake and the recent Unsolved Mysteries episode about a very haunted apartment.  Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
We discuss Academy Award winning producer, Julia Philips and her tell-all book, You'll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
We review the 2022 Neiman Marcus fantasy gift guide and more! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
In the conclusion to our series we discuss Alla's film career, her return to the stage, and the creation of the Garden of Alla hotel. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Nothing is as terrifying as the sounds we hear in the dark. The slow creak of a door opening late at night... or a whisper in a room when you thought you were alone... or a distant scream in the wind. One noise at the wrong time or place can scare us for days. Each episode of I HEAR FEAR plunges the listener into a tale inspired by real events, from a deadly dance party to a cursed film set. Join host and two-time Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan for six immersive stories designed to jangle your nerves and haunt your dreams. Listen – if you dare. Only on Amazon Music.  Listen to I Hear Fear: Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
the state of twitter, throwing eggs, Jen Shah, and more! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
In part two we discuss Alla's early film career and her move to Hollywood. For ad-free episodes and bonus content visit our Patreon Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Jerry's weed pipe, cat dna, Barbarian, and more! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
In part one we discuss Alla's early life and career in Russia, her relationships, and her move to New York. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Sheree Warren left her job in Salt Lake City on a mild October evening in 1985. She told a coworker she was headed to meet her estranged husband, Charles Warren, at a car dealership. But she never made it, Sheree vanished. When her car mysteriously surfaced weeks later, hundreds of miles away in Las Vegas, no one could say how it got there. When a young mother disappears under unexplained circumstances, police always turn suspicious eyes towards the husband. And although there was distrust around Charles Warren, he wasn’t the only suspect when Sheree went missing. She also had a boyfriend, a former cop named Cary Hartmann, who lived a sinister double life. Season three follows two suspects– men who both raised suspicion for investigators. But with two strong persons of interest with competing facts and evidence, it muddied the murder investigation. This season, host Dave Cawley, digs into the lives of these two men, the details of the case and examines the intersections between domestic abuse and sexual violence. The COLD team seeks to answer the question: what really happened to Sheree Warren? Hey Prime Members, listen to the Amazon Music exclusive podcast, COLD, in the Amazon Music App. Download the app today: Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
We discuss the unbelievable true story that inspired a 2007 horror film. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
James Corden, bees, fake hot dogs, and more! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
We discuss the legend that inspired the 1988 film, Lady in White. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Angela Lansbury, taco bell orders, The Watcher, and more! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
This week we talk about the true story that inspired the 1976 Tobe Hooper film, Eaten Alive. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
More truck spills, haunted car wash, we cant speak Swedish, and more! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Desi and I have a new show where we recap nighttime soaps. It's called Bitchslap and the first two episodes are up. We're starting with one of our favorite shows, Melrose Place. Don't fret, Hollywood Crime Scene isn't going anywhere! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
To kick off Halloween month we talk about the true tale that inspired the Stephen King story and subsequent film 1408. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
lil nas x, trucks, woolly mammoths, and more! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
These patreon episodes were originally recorded in 2020. We discuss urban legends about different fast food brands. Then we talk about several haunted fast food establishments.For more episodes like this, visit our Patreon Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Comments (100)

Hugh Braddock

Cymru = Coomree

Nov 13th

Lori Wright

Holy shit! the constant giggling is beyond annoying! trying to get through episode 1 and I can barely concentrate on anything you are saying because it's like listening to a couple of kids talk

Oct 29th

Roopsidaisy Aitchamo

Jennifer Coolidge played an Angie in The Closer (Dial M for Provenza) 😂 was an Hilarious episode! She was brilliant and exactly as you would expect her to be as an Angie 🤣

Sep 30th

Kate Stewart

YESSSSS!!!!I've been waiting for this one ! Love you George you absolute legend❤️❤️❤️❤️

Jun 20th

Shawn Clark

You guys are so hysterical! 😁 "..PTLA." "What is that? It's PTL." "Why do I keep saying that? It's not the PTA." lol

Jun 11th

Tiffani Howard

Mr goodbar on YouTube for free!!!

Apr 8th

Shawn Clark

I love you guys but the Door Dash thing, really? Have you noticed every day online there's a new "story" about someone who delivered food for Door Dash and gave birth on someone's porch and they didn't know they were pregnant or something like that? Hint- these stories are all made up. Hello! It never ceases to amaze me how people assume because they read it online, it really happened! It must be true! It's like the social media equivalent of the National Enquirer or "Weekly World News" headlines you used to see in the line at the store. It's just online now. 🙄

Feb 24th


Its sad that people believe what they hear from persons who are just giving opinions and not facts. No research done on some of these bios. Great. You read a book about that person.

Feb 21st

Shawn Clark

You guys crack me up! Love your show. NM Christmas book was so cool and absurd back in the day. The best gift I ever saw in there? His and her polo ponies! I still want that and I'm single! PS: We only had one Spaghetti Factory where I was so I didn't know it was a chain either. Ooops.

Feb 3rd

Vivian Evans

Robert Durst, Karma is a *itch.

Jan 15th

Jenn Jenn

I am so excited for this. I'm going to wait until part 2 drops.

Jan 12th
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Mike Myles

what I feel I like the most about this podcast. is the obscure interesting stories. I don't think you would hear anywhere else. the amount of research detail is excellent!!

Jan 8th

Bonnie June Proch

the cat was really enjoying this episode

Dec 9th

lil john

She wasn’t old enough to go to a club..20 years ago..still in middle school..that’s why she was surprised that there were entrance fee to get into a club back

Nov 4th

Mojo Jojo

Sorry girls, but I have to disagree with you about Andrew Lloyd Weber’s musicals. They are pretty great, and in this case ima have to tell you your taste is up your ass lol

Oct 10th

spring chicken salad

Desi and Rachel have great banter. It's a shame that banter takes advantage of people in the most traumatic and devastating moments of their life. Perfectly capturing the voyueristic and heartless intentions of most true crime listeners, Desi and Rachel waste no time glorifying the “edgy” and “thrilling” escapades of brutal murderers and rapists, to the point of purchasing and promoting merchandise based on serial killers, while relegating the victims to a position of mocking or insignificance. They never once consider that the families of these victims don’t want their stories to be shared, nor do they try to get their consent. Perhaps they are aware that victims are retraumatised when people discuss their suffering while minimising their pain/celebrating their abusers. Desi and Rachel for example, delight in giggling as they gratuitously enjoy “shocking” their listeners with all the gory details. But they forget there are real people behind them. Even victims from the ‘50s have descendants who are retraumatised when their brutal killings are reduced to entertainment for Desi/Rachels listeners. When they are not distracted by inane irrelevant gossip or insignificant banter, they are systematically celebrating the criminals who commit these murders while ignoring the victim’s pain. They also waste the final minutes of each podcast with an inane and irritating rundown of what food they have consumed each day which only further proves how they consider the brutal murder of an innocent, to be about as fascinating and meaningful as a microwaved burrito.

Apr 22nd

Masclineman Calvin Daniels

Hello Desi and Rachel, yiur podcast is the bomb, keep us listening, I have learned a lot, your stories are interesting and accurate. if you wanna my list on topics to talk on please ask, I would love to hear for you too bunnies to talk on it.♥️🌹

Feb 12th

Tiffani Howard

I have heard a lot on Bob Crane, but I had to hear you two telling the story... Killed it🤭!! love you ladies.

Feb 9th

Tiffani Howard

I dont even care what you two talk about, I just want to listen to yall!! love the show soooooo funny.

Jan 15th

Shan Farrar

Love Love Love everything about this podcast... I've been listening for a while and I look forward to each episode even if I don't know who the subject is....

Jan 1st
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