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MEET CRAIG OWENS – PHOTOGRAPHER, HISTORIAN, & PARANORMAL INVESTIGATOR

When we say Craig Owens is the epitome of what we envisioned 13 Days Of Strange to be, we mean it. A renowned historian, paranormal investigator, photographer, author, and chili con queso lover? If you ask us, there’s no one better to kick off the series…

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Dorothy Phillips in 1919. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Dorothy Phillips

“The training that the speaking stage affords is of untold value to the screen player. The audible stage is a splendid academy in which one may perfect his or her dramatic art. Drama is essentially the same, whether on the speaking stage or the screen. A good actor of the stage is always a better […]

Silent film star Charles Clary (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Charles Clary

CLARY MAIL GOES TO WRONG CLARY FAMILY Los Angeles Evening Express, Oct. 24, 1929 When mail intended for Charles Clary finds its way to the home of Charles Clary you might think that everyone would be satisfied. Yet, that is just what is the trouble. Charles Clary, of the movies, reported today that he is […]

Farrah Fawcett's famous red swimsuit photo. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Farrah Fawcett

“I was a little self-conscious probably because my smile is so big. I was very insecure. I did not like my legs. I was very shy.” — Farrah Fawcett Photo: Bruce McBroom   “You have to have something to play. You have to have character. I look at scripts differently today. I used to put […]

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