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Dead and Gone

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Despite the Grateful Dead’s ethos of peace and love and communal music, there is a darkness that surrounds the band. Across five decades, a string of unexplained accidents, murders and disappearances have befallen some of the band’s most dedicated fans; affectionately known as "DeadHeads." Some were last seen on their way to Grateful Dead concerts, others simply vanished or were tragically murdered while attending shows. Hosted by Payne Lindsey (Up and Vanished) and Jake Brennan (Disgraceland), DEAD AND GONE Season 2 dives deep into the DeadHead subculture, investigating four of these tragic unresolved cases while simultaneously navigating the career of this iconic band. A long, strange, deadly trip into the world of The Grateful Dead.

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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars from 3.9k ratings
  • Ballad of Billy Balls?

    Castbox
    Katheryn Rowell
    2 months ago
  • Season one is great

    I really loved season one but I felt confused by the second season. I thought the format might follow season one with a deep dive on a particular case but everything jumped around and the last episode had me wondering ‘is that it?’ And hoping that everything may have been woven together and tied up a little more at the end. I really love everything Payne and Jake have made but this felt rushed. I’ll still tune in for season 3 no matter what but I really hope there’s a return to the old format.

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    jessie.maas
    United States2 months ago
  • Annoying narrator

    Wow jake needs to stop talking asap

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    Ggrampus
    United States2 months ago
  • Ugh

    I have listened to Payne Lindsay’s other podcasts but this one takes way too much concentration on my part to hear what they are saying. It’s over produced with background music and narration that doesn’t have enough low and high inflections, but is more rapid and uninteresting making it very hard to listen to, and I’m on the favored first season. After the fifth episode here’s what I know: a guy named Bo is a suspect in a murder or more than one?? I seriously don’t know what happened and am not... more

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    hjortians
    United States2 months ago
  • Enjoy the podcast

    I enjoy the podcast but I have a really hard time with Jake’s narration. I find myself fast forwarding.

    Apple Podcasts
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    List Deb
    United States2 months ago

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