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Podcast Preview: Union Station’s Passenger Terminal and its Place in Railroad History

In this exclusive clip from Esotouric, Gale Banks, the "guru of automotive turbo-charging," recalls his summer running a railroad switch engine

Podcast Preview: Uncovering the Lost Tiles of The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, tile expert Brain Kaiser shares news of an early 20th century architectural discovery

Podcast Preview: Get to Know Composting Master “Zeke The Sheik”

Meet Tim Dundon, also known as the "Guru of Doo-Doo," as he talks to Esotouric about cosmic gardening and resurrecting plantlife

Podcast Preview: How Dirt Sculptures Helped Save the Southwest Museum

You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is a weekly podcast series produced by Kim Cooper and Richard Schave in which the Esotouric founders talk with L.A. personalities about the city’s myths,...

Podcast Preview: Remembering Hollywood’s Premier Drug Store

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, Marc Chevalier, the Los Angeles Venture Association's 2014 Visionary of the Year, reminisces about the long lost Schwab's Pharmacy

Podcast Preview: The Black Magic of Aleister Crowley

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, Richard and Kim talk with Craig Berry of the Star Sapphire Lodge, who explains the mystical occultist behind the Law of Thelema

Podcast Preview: Meine Güte! A German Cabaret at Santa Monica Pier

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, actor/producer Paul Sand opens up about his new West End Theatre production, Kurt Weill at the Cuttlefish

Podcast Preview: “The Kept Girl” Sheds Light on the Dark Underbelly of 1920s L.A.

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, Kim Cooper discusses the real life inspiration for her new historical novel

Podcast Preview: Hollywood’s Secret Garden

Remembering The Garden of Allah, where L.A. legends Dorothy Parker and Alla Nazimova once had roots

Podcast Preview: How An L.A. Nun Took on the K.K.K.

In this exclusive Esotouric clip, an eyewitness explains the effect that Sister Aimee McPherson had on church-goers.