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Missing Richard Simmons
On February 15, 2014, fitness guru Richard Simmons disappeared. He stopped teaching his regular exercise class at Slimmons, cut off his closest friends, and removed himself from the public eye after decades as one of the most accessible celebrities in the world. Nobody has heard from him - and no one knows why he left. Filmmaker Dan Taberski was a Slimmons regular and a friend of Richard’s. Missing Richard Simmons is Dan’s search for Richard - and the deeper he digs, the stranger it gets. Listen to the podcast The New York Times calls "a cultural phenomenon." Headlong is...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 6,193 ratings
Different 😊
Not my usual type of podcast but I loved every minute. Fascinated by the topic and brilliant story telling my a true fan! Highly recommend
Twiggy_23456 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/19/19
Morally Suspect ...
I honestly felt guilty listening to this and had to stop. It felt invasive and selfish to make a podcast like this. This wasn’t a love letter to Richard and it SURE wasn’t a rescue mission (as NOTED in the Podcast multiple times by multiple people that he is safe and fine). This was a way for a...Read full review »
Futurelawyer69 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/09/19
Narrator nailed it!
#KeepingIt100 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/08/19
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