Lost Hills investigates the dark side of Malibu, California. Beneath a seductive facade, this city of billionaires, celebrities, and surf bums is hiding something menacing. Season 2 takes place in the late 70s and early ‘80s, as Malibu was changing from a low-profile beach town into a celebrity haven, full of new money and hard drugs. When a Malibu woman and her son mysteriously drowned, her husband was arrested for their murders—and ultimately convicted. But to this day, many people—including the victim's family—claim he’s innocent. And listen back to season 1, which chronicled the horrifying story of a man killed in a Malibu campground while sleeping beside his young daughters—and exposed a law-enforcement coverup. Hosted by Dana Goodyear (The New Yorker) and produced by Western Sound and Pushkin Industries. Show artwork: For a Kid, 2021, copyright Francesca Gabbiani. Follow us @losthillspod on Twitter and Instagram for a deeper dive into the stories.
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After a few episodes, I had to skip Season 1. Cece and a psychic palm reader? Just no. Would have held my interest if the show stuck to the crimes. Season 2 was really interesting and a true crime story that I had never heard before.
This show is a combination of misjudgment, opinions, poor reporting, gossip, lies backed up with unreliable snips of information and journalism. I gave up on the 2nd episode.
Starts well, way too much time spent with wack jobs and doing stuff that ends up nowhere, in need of a lot of editing. Soooo much conjecture, soooo much rumination and navel gazing, later episodes feel circuitous and pointless to the point it insults the victims in its reach to either exonerate or even excuse the shooter.
Im so glad i stumbled across this one. This is very well done, very intriguing story, great narrator, nice easy voice. Some of the recordings were a bit hard too to understand but not the shows fault. Well done!
Great production value and story telling!!
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Lost Hills: Dead in the Water launched a year ago and published 27 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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