What’s in the box? What’s in the box?! A hatbox is inherently suggestive of a bygone era, in which men and women wore proper hats that they would protect in transit with a container called a hatbox. In this week’s story about Winnie Ruth Judd’s 1931 arrival by train in Los Angeles, a hatbox gets used for a grossly inappropriate purpose that ends up kicking off one hell of a story. Find out more about Underbelly L.A. on the official website: https://www.underbellyla.com Underbelly L.A. on Twitter: https://twitter.com/underbellylapod
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Underbelly L.A. on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/underbellyla This podcast was researched, written and narrated by Hadley Meares. Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/hadleymeares Underbelly L.A. is produced by Drew Mackie (https://twitter.com/drewgmackie) and edited by Meika Grimm (https://twitter.com/meikagrimm). The music was composed by Donovan Dorrance (https://www.donovandorrance.com/). The logo was designed by Sarah Wickham (http://www.saywickham.com/). Underbelly L.A. on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/underbelly-l-a/id1483509578 Underbelly L.A. on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/drew-mackie/underbelly-la
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