Enjoy Celebrities in hiding by Audrey Moe

Published July 2012 by Walk Publishing LLC

How does a small, dusty town in the California desert become a celebrity destination?  Was it just random that Marilyn Monroe spent a secluded week there shortly before her tragic death?

What did Cary Grant do to get expelled from the local museum and is the legend of Al Capone building his hideout and surviving an assassination attempt fact or fiction? Why does an exclusive resort catering to celebrity guests keep their names secret?


From Mary Pickford and Janet Gaynor in the 1930's to John Travolta and Frank Sinatra in the 1970's, Desert Hot Springs, just ninety miles east of Los Angeles has quietly served as a hideaway destination for movie stars as well as prominent business people. Celebrities In Hiding reveals these true, but never before told stories of celebrities seeking privacy instead of headlines.


Bar H Ranch historic photograph.





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