‘Once Upon a Time… In The Valley’:
Episode 9 – The Ghost of Shauna Grant

‘Once Upon a Time… In The Valley’:<br/>Episode 9 – The Ghost of Shauna Grant

‘Once Upon a Time…in the Valley’, a new podcast series co-produced and co-presented by Vanity Fair’s Lili Anolik and The Rialto Report’s Ashley West, continues today with the ninth episode.

Episode 9: The Ghost of Shauna Grant
We return to the Valley, and it looks a whole lot different this time around.

If you thought you knew the Traci Lords story… think again.

Download wherever you listen to your podcasts. New episodes will drop every Tuesday throughout the series.

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  • Posted On: 25th August 2020
  • By: Ashley West
  • Under: Podcasts

5 Comments

  1. Nick Jones · August 25, 2020 Reply

    This honestly gets better and better…. just when I thought I understood the truth about what happened, the story takes a left turn and offers a completely different perspective. The layers of narrative are so impressive, and the characters… Please don’t end!

  2. Harry · August 25, 2020 Reply

    Another brilliant ep. Genius.

    • George Maranville · August 30, 2020 Reply

      Will be interesting to re-read the old Nora K fanzine and re-visit all the pre-internet speculation. Maybe she’s mellowed With age but I can see this podcast hitting a nerve.

  3. In Sin · August 27, 2020 Reply

    I enjoyed the episode, but the title was misleading. Shauna Grant was barely mentioned. I understand the connection, but Nora Kuzma was unique, even though she broke legal and moral laws. I dislike her decisions, but there was no one like her before or after. To be fair, my view of NK has changed, if slightly, over tithe course of your podcast.

  4. Kai · August 28, 2020 Reply

    When Einstein died, scientists considered how different the world would have been without his knowledge and research.

    And damn it, the history of the adult industry would be poorer without The Rialto Report… impoverished in fact!

    History preserved, history restored.

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