This week, Brian and Darien tell the story of a noted actor, radio personality, and man-about-town named Bob Crane.
With an easy, quintessentially American life, Bob Crane had it all — fame, fortune, a wife and kids — almost more than any normal man could want. But Crane wanted more — a lot more.
Bob Crane at WLEA, in the 1950s.
Join us as we uncover the hidden part of a man’s life — the part that would ultimately lead to his death.
A handbill promoting “Beginner’s Luck” ca. 1978.
We’ll get into it: from hate-fueled football games to hijinks-filled POW camps, from dirty pictures to lonely hotel rooms — we’ll cover it all.
Bob Crane shortly before his death.
John Carpenter on trial, 1994.
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