Actress Heather Donahue hit the bottom in Hollywood. She was getting dead-end roles, nothing like her big hit, The Blair Witch Project, in l999. She moved to rural California and began to grow marijuana and then decided to write about it.
Thomas Buergenthal was a judge in the International Court, and when he was a young boy, he was a victim of Holocaust atrocities. Also in this episode, Harry Bernstein wrote his first memoir at age 97. He's now 100. Plus, Sue Perna.
All musician Matt Arbogast knew about his grandfather, Paul Arbogast, was that Paul died as a young man after serving in World War II, and that his grandmother, Julia, never remarried. Then Matt came into possession of letters Paul had written to Julia between 1943 and 1945. Matt was electrified with the idea of making an album based on the letters. Also on the show: a 94 year-old's run for U.S. Senate.