Hosted By: Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna
Produced By: Crawlspace Media
In this podcast, hosts Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna delve into the story behind The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist – where 13 pieces of artwork were stripped from their frames in just 81 minutes.
Learn more about the case, theories, and social and economic impact the greatest unsolved art heist of all time had on the community, along with other topics in the art crime genre.
From the Boston suburb of Medford, MA, Tim Pilleri’s father got him involved in Medford’s public access station at the age of 9, where he was soon directing live shows. After success on stage in college and in Boston, Tim embarked for Los Angeles in 2004 and has worked in the entertainment industry ever since. Tim currently hosts three popular true crime podcasts called Crawlspace, Missing Maura Murray, and Empty Frames with friend of fifteen years Lance Reenstierna. Missing Maura Murray was the inspiration for Oxygen Network’s The Disappearance of Maura Murray TV show, which was a cable hit.
Lance Reenstierna began his career in the entertainment and media industry by producing original stage shows and murder mystery dinner theater experiences. A troupe was formed, and over the course of ten years and a dozen shows, performances brought the houses down. It was midway through this time that he met Tim Pilleri From there, the partnership was formed and the two of them have gone on to produce films, documentaries, live shows and podcasts.
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