Deadly Curse of the 27 Club
On Oct 4, 1970, when Janis Joplin failed to show up at Sunset Sound Studios by 6 p.m., Paul Rothschild, her producer, knew something was wrong. One hour later, the singer would be found dead at the Landmark Hotel lying wedged between the bed and a nightstand with a broken nose, and $4.50 clutched in one hand.
Join us on a supernatural journey as we explore the musical history of Janis Joplin and her rise to rock stardom. We examine the mystical facts and investigate the deadly curse behind the 27 Club.