A Look at Victor Killian’s Mysterious Hollywood Death from Dearly Departed’s Scott Michaels

Great historian, tour guide and storyteller, Scott Michaels takes a look at some Hollywood locations on and just off of Hollywood Blvd associated with Victor Killian’s mysterious death.

This site is 90% original material, but I do love to shine a light on some of the best other original creators out there as we’ve featured Mobile Instinct & Kaz Rowe over the last couple years. I’m very happy to add Scott Michaels to this limited list as he’s always been a very kind resource I could check in with and he was very supportive of me when I was just starting off my ghost tour company.

Without any further ado, here’s Scott Michaels’s look at Victor Killian’s tragic passing.

I love the cynical take on the Wax Museum hauntings. Scott is more of a true crime buff than a ghost tour guide.

It’s only right to celebrate Scott’s work, so to support him, go to https://www.patreon.com/ScottMichaels or just straight-up send a thank you via Paypal at scott@dearlydepartedtours.com

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Scott Michaels owns Dearly Departed Tours in Hollywood and the original Celebrity Death webpage, https://www.Findadeath.com. He’s been doing this for over 25 years – my collection of one-of-a-kind death related artifacts includes the legendary Jayne Mansfield Death Car. On top of providing content here, I also have a podcast, and a FREE DEATH A DAY CALENDAR – daily smartphone app linked below.

Links:
Free Death A Day smartphone calendar http://GetDearlyDeparted.com/
Podcast: http://www.DearlyDepartedPod.com
Scott’s Celebrity Death Site: http://www.Findadeath.com

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