Originally from London, James T. Bartlett has been a freelance journalist since 1999 and has been living in Los Angeles since 2004. Author of the "Gourmet Ghosts" true crime/ghosts/history food guides to L.A., he has written about the weird and wonderful side of the city for the LA Times, KCET, Hemispheres, American Way, Westways, and the BBC, and appeared on "Ghost Adventures" and "The UnXplained". His new true crime book, "The Alaskan Blonde: Sex Secrets, and the Hollywood Story that Shocked America" looks at a 1953 true crime that began with a murder in Fairbanks, and ended with a suicide in Hollywood.
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