Dearly Departed: The Tragic History Tour of Los Angeles
Reviewed by: Leonard W, June 2014
We loved the tour and the information the guide gave was incredible. The one complaint we have is that the van did not have large enough windows to see the sites. Anyone sitting on an inside seat, or in the middle of the last row could not see the buildings that were being pointed out.
Reviewed by: Jon A, April 2014
A great tour. Well worth doing if you're in los Angeles and wanting something a bit different. Recommend!
Reviewed by: JAY Z, February 2014
If you are looking to do something different that's a lot of fun this is the perfect tour. Brian is an amazing guide with lots of great information and a wonderful sense of humor.
Reviewed by: Robyn B, January 2014
This tour was amazing! Our tour guide Brian was fantastic, full of personality, humour and enthusiasm. Brian had an amazing knowledge of the seedier side of Hollywood, and even managed to keep our pre-teen boys entertained throughout the tour. The tour was heartbreaking, and fascinating. Having been a murder 'buff' for many years, I really 'enjoyed' seeing all the places I had read about. Would highly recommend doing this tour to anyone interested in something different, interesting and entertaining.
Reviewed by: Martin F, January 2014
The tour was excellent and the guide was superbly knowledgeable! I would definitely do this again.
Reviewed by: Lesley D, December 2013
Loved this! Bring back the George Michael toilet stop and send me the arrest report!
Reviewed by: Neil H, December 2013
Go on this this, it's absolutely brilliant. Meeting point is a shop on Sunset, quite near to Amoeba Music, so pretty easy to find.
On arrival, we were greeted By Scott, who showed us around the shop's collection of curiosities. Give yourself time for this. Then it was of on our minibus with our guide Brian Donnelly, who has a real passion and enthusiasm for all things morbid and curious, all done in a very interesting and entertaining style, which really made this tour an absolute pleasure. Amongst other things we saw, The Chateau Marmot, The Viper Rooms, crime scenes of the Black Dahlia, where Michael Jackson passed away and it's relation to Elvis's LA place. Do it!