Tragic Hollywood

Tragic Hollywood

By Jackie Ganiy

  • Release Date : 2014-10-31
  • Genre : Film
  • FIle Size : 73.23 MB
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Description

Tragic Hollywood Have you always been fascinated by the morbid side of Hollywood? Did you cut your teeth on books like Hollywood Babylon, and shows like Mysteries And Scandals

This book promises to deliver all the salacious details about the stars you remember, not for their films, but for their tragic short lives. What really happened to Natalie Wood aboard The Splendor that cold November night? Was Jayne Mansfield really decapitated? Just how decadent were the days of the silent movies? Maybe you think you've heard it all? Trust me, you haven't! 

Chock full of new details, shocking photos and even a segment on haunted Hollywood, you've never seen a book quite like Tragic Hollywood

Read about the unbelievable thing that happened to Errol Flynn AFTER he was dead. Find out why Sharon Tate is said to haunt her Cielo Drive neighborhood to this day. You will not be able to put this book down! These stories are delivered with a wit and poignant observation that will leave you saying "WOW".

This is the Third Edition, enhanced for iBooks on iPad and Mac, with more detailed and larger images, many of which are viewable fullscreen! Use the full Index to browse by subject and jump right to the page where it appears!  Over 40 new images, some even in color, are arranged for a bolder and richer presentation!, tragic hollywood deaths, tragic hollywood stories, tragic hollywood beautiful glamorous and dead, tragic hollywood stars, tragic hollywood love stories, tragic hollywood movies, tragic hollywood lives, tragic hollywood stars who committed, tragic hollywood murders, tragic hollywood starlets

Reviews

  • Like a walk through time

    5
    By Alex of Dharma
    I saw this book in it’s dead tree form a while ago in the waiting room while getting new tires, and got about halfway through it. The stories of some of these people I had only known very little about pulled me in and kept me there. The presentation was like an old paperback with very little in the way of graphics, and it was a surprise when I ran into the section on Heath Ledger, because up until then, I thought this was a much older book. When I left the mechanic that day, I checked some bookstores and couldn’t find it, and forgot about it until a friend with a Kindle was reading it at lunch. I checked it out, and it was much worse on Kindle. I was the same book, but very hard to look at. I found the dead tree version on Amazon, but held off, hoping to find it somewhere locally, but forgot about it. So when the author announced an improved iPad version on Facebook, I nabbed that sucker in a heartbeat. And this version is so much better than the kindle or print. All kinds of photos, very readable, well-presented….and you can pop the photos out of the page, which really comes in handy in some of the places where she has stacked or fanned out several atop one another. Every once in a while, turning a page takes your breath away a little bit. It’s really good. Most of the books I have paid 10 bucks for were just like e-versions of the paperback, and I bought them really to just encourage the author to keep making books in this format, even though they brought nothing new versus the paper version I usually already had. I vote with my wallet, but often, I don’t even read those again, hoping that their next book will take advantage of my beautiful touchscreen. Finally, this is $10 revisitation of a paper book, which actually does work so much better. I hope more authors get on this bandwagon and enrich their books! So many stories, David Griffith’s and Sharon Tate’s, bring you into that world visually and verbally, and when they are done, I found myself googling them up and digging deeper into hollywood’s past. If you are at all interested in the darker side of hollywood, this is probably right up your alley.

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