Special alternative earth! In the final episode of season 3, God is in charge and narrates a reality in which Lucifer (Tom Ellis) does not meet Chloe (Lauren German) during a police investigation. More or less.
On this Earth, Chloe is a famous actress, her father is still alive and so she never had any desire to join the police force. Lucifer is still a nightclub owner, but a murder takes place at the Lux. Chloe, friend of the victim, will nevertheless embark on an investigation with a strange companion, the so-called Lucifer.
A trail leads them straight to the denouement at the Griffith Observatory. It is around the building that the duo manages to confound and arrest the murderer, Ben Rogers (Brian Tee).
In this 26th episode of season 3, the voice of God is Neil Gaiman’s. Creator of the character of Lucifer, it was normal for the writer to pass for the father of the fallen angel.
Built in 1935, the Griffith Observatory is a recognizable astronomical observatory.
Located on the Mount Hollywood at 300m of altitude, the place is particularly appreciated by the tourists and the inhabitants.
Projections at the planetarium, scientific exhibitions or simply for the incredible panorama, the reasons to come to the observatory are numerous.
It owes its name to Colonel Griffith J. Griffith (1850-1919) who donated land and funds to build an observatory in order to make astronomy accessible to all.
This incredible donation hides a much sadder story. In 1903, Griffith shot his wife while they were staying at the Arcadia Hotel in Santa Monica. He did not kill her, but he did cause her to lose the use of her right eye and disfigure her. He was sentenced to two years in prison.
When he was released, the “philanthropist” made his substantial donation to Los Angeles as a “Christmas present”, to redeem himself and thus go down in history not as a murderer, but as a lover of science.
Moreover, his title of colonel does not appear on any official register.
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Fanspots Stories New York
Discover the secrets of the cult places of the greatest masterpieces of pop culture in New York!
The world capital of pop culture, New York embodies unbridled creative freedom. The city that never sleeps has been the muse of a large number of directors, actors, screenwriters, singers, musicians, cartoonists and writers…
Many have passed on their fascination for the city to the general public and made some of its places famous worldwide, making them into the legend of pop culture. These are the secrets of a hundred of them revealed in this first volume of the Fanspots Stories collection.
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Did you know that the filming of Rage Against The Machine’s Music Now in the Fire caused Wall Street to shut down for the first time since 1929?
Fanspots Stories New York is also
Spider-Man, Ghostbusters, Superman, Leonard Cohen, Led Zeppelin…
Directed by a team of pop culture specialists and embellished with many anecdotes, Fanspots Stories New York tells more than just a story: these are some of the most fascinating stories in pop culture.
Fanspot Stories New York
100 pop cults
a unique and new concept
224 pages of fun
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Discover all the places Lucifer on our map
By Damien Duarte
Passionné par la culture pop depuis son enfance, ses références vont de Donald Duck à Batman en passant par Marty McFly. Fantripper dans l'âme, voyager sur les traces de Ghostbusters, James Bond ou des héros de romans comme Cotton Malone fait partie d'un séjour idéal et réussi !