S23 Ep1: A Hollywood Murder - Thelma Todd

S23 Ep1: A Hollywood Murder - Thelma Todd

By Shane L. Waters, Wendy Cee, Gemma Hoskins

The 1920s and 1930s were the golden age of Hollywood, a time of glitz and glamour, where movie stars were treated like royalty. But amidst all the glitter and fame, there was a dark side to the movie industry, a side that often saw stars fall from grace and suffer tragic ends.

Thelma Todd was a shining star of the silver screen, known for her comedic chops and stunning beauty. She was the epitome of the old Hollywood glamour, but her life was far from a fairy tale. On the morning of December 16th, 1935, Thelma was found dead in her car, parked in a garage. The cause of death was ruled as carbon monoxide poisoning, but to this day, the circumstances surrounding her death remain shrouded in mystery.

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