In this episode we discuss the bizarre murder of B-movie actress Susan Cabot, AKA Roger Corman's The Wasp Woman!
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IN THE NEWS
Article: People Magazine's 1987 write-up on the missed interview between Molly Ringwald and Lillian Gish (Link)
Article: Ringwald's defense of the missed interview (Link)
"Early in my career I was asked to do an interview with Lillian Gish and I was really excited. But then everything got screwed up, I smashed my finger in a door, the taxi took me to the wrong end of town, it was the middle of winter, I couldn't get another taxi, and I was heart-broken because they said she didn't want to do it anymore. So I got flowers and wrote her a note and said how sorry I was, and they just wrote this sort of... like... horrible piece on how I stood up this sweet old woman who had a plate of cookies waiting for me. I mean they couldn't have written it to be worse. They got a much better article out of me that way than if I'd showed up, and it started this feeling that I was a bratty actress who didn't care and left people waiting. I've never been the kind of person who would do that."
:: The Wasp Woman ::
The Wasp Woman (1959)
Article: JFK files: CIA lined up actress for date with Jordan's King Hussein during visit to United States (Link)
Jordan's King Hussein (1957)
Timothy Scott Roman, Susan Cabot's son
Article: Scott's write-up on the death of Susan Cabot at FindADeath.com!
Susan Cabot's house and the scene of her murder
Bold laundry detergent - murder weapon hiding spot
Susan Cabot's grave marker, made possible by Scott Michaels and friends
Article: Death Tour Owner Makes Sure Forgotten Actors Get a Headstone (Link)
Actor Johnny Arthur's grave marker, made possible by Scott Michaels and friends
Article: Scott's write-up on the death of actor Herve Villechaize at FindADeath.com!
Bullet hole from gun that killed actor Herve Villechaize
Video: My Dinner with Herve trailer (Link)
Link: Zak Bagans' The Haunted Museum in Las Vegas