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Author: Tenderfoot TV, Double Elvis & Cadence13

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In 1985, two Grateful Dead fans were brutally murdered. For the last three decades, rumors have circled around the Dead community that the wrong man was put in prison for it. One of the most iconic bands in American history, “The Dead” as they are affectionately called by their fans—self proclaimed "Dead Heads”—have been dogged by a darkness that has followed them since its inception. Despite the Grateful Dead’s ethos of peace and love and communal music, this darkness has led to the murder and the disappearance of some of the band’s most dedicated fans. Hosted by popular podcasters Payne Lindsey of Up and Vanished and Jake Brennan of Disgraceland, this podcast combines the distinct storytelling styles of both Payne's investigative style and Jake’s single-voice narrative style. From Tenderfoot TV and Double Elvis, this is Dead and Gone, a long, strange, deadly trip.New episodes every Thursday

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Introducing Dead and Gone

Introducing Dead and Gone

2020-10-0801:25:4914

Dead and Gone. An investigative podcast series hosted by Payne Lindsey and Jake Brennan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Secret Memory | 1

Secret Memory | 1

2020-10-1536:2437

Why have so many fans of the Grateful Dead gone missing or been murdered? Is there a connection to one of the most iconic rock bands of all time? And also, just who the hell were the Grateful Dead? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A Guy Named Bo | 2

A Guy Named Bo | 2

2020-10-1535:1534

Two fans of the Grateful Dead wind up violently beaten, shot at close range and murdered. Did the wrong man go to prison? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Human Condition | 3

The Human Condition | 3

2020-10-2240:5723

Is a confrontation between two Deadheads related to Mary and Greg’s murders? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Out Come The Wolves | 4

Out Come The Wolves | 4

2020-10-2938:2114

Over three decades after the Berkeley Marina Murders Robert guides Payne towards other deadheads in an attempt to chase down uncovered information and untangle the cobwebs of a close-knit community. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Dead On | 5

The Dead On | 5

2020-11-0539:2023

Payne implements an unconventional tactic to secure an interview Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Weston | 6

Weston | 6

2020-11-1237:2714

Payne interviews Weston Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bad Actors | 7

Bad Actors | 7

2020-11-1944:5331

Payne follows up after Weston's interview and finds a new witness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Synchronicity | 8

Synchronicity | 8

2020-11-2544:2313

Payne searches for a little Grateful Dead magic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Long Black Veil | 9

Long Black Veil | 9

2020-12-0334:2217

Payne finds Bo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Karmic Void | 10

Karmic Void | 10

2020-12-0942:3615

Payne challenges Weston in the season 1 finale Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Where and how to listen to Season 7 of Disgraceland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comments (37)

Alex Goncalves

i'd love to hear a good lawyer cross examine this guy.

Feb 15th
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Julie Gatesman

They were killed just feet from me. -also- I was in the trailer all night. All night. The whole interview he was tripping over his web of lies. I agree with every comment here.

Feb 12th
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lynn

"no I never elbow anyone in the ribs" like lol dude is all or nothing and GUILTY AF

Feb 2nd
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lynn

omg that mf actually found him

Feb 2nd
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lynn

I'm STRESSED

Feb 1st
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lynn

Holy shit my mom once got stranded in Florida so she followed some groupies about and helped them sell Grateful Dead tshirts until she got enough money to get home. I still have the tshirts lol glad she didn't die that's fucking crazy

Feb 1st
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Jeff Morgan

Synchronicity, Dead Magic. It all sounds hippy dippy to me. Until the end. When Payne asked for James Bowen (not sure if the spelling, but that is what my mind filled in) and my jaw hit the floor. In 1981 in NC I graduated high school with a different Jimmy Bowen, a musician with his own TV show and fame. So yea, woo-woo psychedelic cosmic convergence. And I had to laugh!

Jan 11th
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hunter jernigan

love dead and gone and Payne he the best podcast creator there is.

Dec 4th
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Marisela Barajas

Westin is totally lying about something. He may not have killed yhemnor even helped but he does know something. It sounded like he was about to say they were killed right in front of me. Instead he said something like they were killed near by.

Dec 4th
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Marisela Barajas

that one guy talking sounds like Billy Jenson from The Murder Squad.

Dec 3rd
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Krystal Cowan

loving this podcast thank you to Radio Rental podcast for the recommendation and thanks to My Favourite Murder for the hit up on Radio Rentals

Dec 3rd
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Br0wnie

Amazing episode! Wonderful job of giving the interviewed subject time to relay memories, expand on those memories or completely contradict his statement of alleged fact mere minutes later. Weston definitely has proven to me 1) he is a confirmed liar of small or epic proportions. 2) I do not doubt Weston either needed or got mental health help for grief counseling or PTSD. The way Weston repeatedly emphasizes how these two murders profoundly effected his life leads me to believe there was a truthful desire for help dealing with the events of that evening. 3) I also sense that Weston is very scared of Bo for some reason, but is trying to down play that fear by down playing how well he knew him. 4) Also Weston comes across as anxious AF because he can not appear to keep track of his story. Whether it is an anxious mind inspired by active drug use, a complete stranger approaching and bringing up 30 year old murders, or he was involved with the murders and is freaking out that the past is catching up with him. Something just doesn't ring right.

Dec 1st
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Jennie Lauber

Weston is lying. I'm sure he'll "remember" more like he did Bo.

Nov 30th
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Shayle Franzwa

I LOVE THIS PODCAST! Also I miss me some Radio Rental also. Radio Rental sent me here! #swagbag

Nov 29th
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N Me

dude..goose bumps & chills and its still happening! open your eyes to the world!

Nov 25th
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Amy Stanton

I love how Payne is letting Weston keep talking and talking and talking....The more he rambles on, the more he "remembers." Great podcast!!

Nov 24th
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Kenny Williams

Great podcast! I live in Chico! Crazy....

Nov 24th
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Liz F

Listening to him fills me with so much anxiety. He's a burnout, sure, but he's also a liar. You can hear it. He's lying about being sober, too. He sounds like every other speed freak I've ever been lied to by. "No, I don't know who stole that bike." "I didnt see anybody by your car, who would even think to check the console for money!?" He picked up just enough from (probably court ordered) N/A to talk the talk and try to play on your sympathy. He also did everything short of saying "It had to have been International because he was the black guy and we all know the black guy always does the crime." He is scared of Bo, that much is clear, but he's also scared of his own guilt. Maybe he knows more than just that Bo had blood on his hands.

Nov 23rd
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Daniel Wonders

wow he's definitely not telling the whole truth

Nov 20th
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ilovepodcasts41

Dude is so guilty

Nov 16th
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