On July 2, 1932, after a three year secret love affair, MGM producer and notorious nice guy Paul Bern marries screen icon Jean Harlow. Two months later, he is found shot to death in their Benedict
Through the use of hypnotic regressions and extensive research, Franich and Finkelstein offer a glimpse into the life of the young ingénue as she makes her way in Hollywood, falls in love with the older Bern, and becomes the innocent prey of MGM boss Louis Mayer who fixed the evidence to make her beloved husband’s death look like a suicide.
The authors go on to uncover the real story of love, crime and mystery of these two very good people, Jean Harlow and Paul Bern, from the Golden Age of Hollywood that was misrepresented by the MGM’S boss L.B. Mayer’s scripted Hollywood lore. From his reputation as “the nicest guy in Hollywood,” Paul Bern was tarnished to appear as an “evil, impotent wife-beater” who committed suicide.
Jean Harlow never went along with this story.
Whether, coming back from the 1930s, beyond the grave, as possible reincarnates of Harlow and Bern, channeling them, intuitively, analytically, or all of the above, Finkelstein, a renown psychiatrist, joining Franich, an intuitive teacher, reveals to the reader a heartwarming story of increasing suspense with a happy ending, proving that good wins over evil and love is immortal.