75: Scandals. The Suicide of Jane Fonda's Mother w/ Realitv Podcast
Publisher |
Sullivan Wayfarer
Media Type |
audio
Categories Via RSS |
History
Society & Culture
True Crime
Publication Date |
Sep 16, 2019
Episode Duration |
00:19:12
Jane Fonda lost her mother when she took her own life at the mere age of 42. Jane was the daughter of the second wife of actor Henry Fonda, Frances Ford Seymour. Frances’ life was fraught with complications and her medical records noted that she had suffered from sexual abuse as a child. The marriage with Henry was fraught with trouble. Jane Fonda has said that the death of her mother turned out to be one of the defining moments of her life. She was only 12 years old when her mother passed away. Her father did not bother to tell her or her brother what exactly had killed their mother until she found out nearly a year later. Henry Fonda had told his children that his wife had died of a heart attack; when in actuality she tragically died of suicide at Craig House, a sanatorium. If you found this episode interesting, check out Famous People Who Survived Polio on SipandShinePodcast.com (https://sipandshinepodcast.com/hipstoric-lists//famous-people-who-survived-polio) Follow Sip Shine Podcast on Social Media: don’t be shy Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sipshinepod Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sipshinepod Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/sipshinepod More Episodes Information sipandshinepodcast.com (http://www.sipandshinepodcast.com/) If you left a positive review, screen shot send your address to admin@sipandshinepodcast.com (mailto:admin@sipandshinepodcast.com) Comments/Theories on topics (nice ones), ideas for show or guest suggestions carrie@sipandshinepodcast.com (mailto:carrie@sipandshinepodcast.com) Jodie, from Realitv Podcast, guest hosts. RealiTV Podcast is your source for snarky reality TV recaps. Your host Jodie cringe-watches all the shows we love we love to hate and breaks it all down for you. From Bravo, TLC, MTV, WeTV, Limetime to AE, she aims to make you laugh and cringe in solidarity. Instagram http://www.instagram.com/realitvpod Twitter http://www.twitter.com/realitvpod Facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/realitvpod Website realitvpodcast.com (http://www.realitvpodcast.com/) This episode in general may contain certain copyrighted works that were not specifically authorized to be used by the copyrighted holder(s), but which we believe in good faith are protected by general law and the fair use doctrine for one or more of the purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship or research. The Unscholarly Podcast References Clip- PeopleTV.com https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frances_Ford_Seymour https://www.huffpost.com/entry/jane-fonda-mothers-death_n_55cd098ae4b0bf5ab5bb56a6 https://people.com/movies/jane-fonda-on-her-mothers-suicide-when-she-was-12/ https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/jane-fonda-says-her-mothers-suicide-impacted-her-sense-of-self
Jane Fonda lost her mother when she took her own life at the mere age of 42. Jane was the daughter of the second wife of actor Henry Fonda, Frances Ford Seymour. Frances’ life was fraught with complications and her medical records noted that she had suffered from sexual abuse as a child. The marriage with Henry was fraught with trouble. Jane Fonda has said that the death of her mother turned out to be one of the defining moments of her life. She was only 12 years old when her mother passed away. Her father did not bother to tell her or her brother what exactly had killed their mother until she found out nearly a year later. Henry Fonda had told his children that his wife had died of a heart attack; when in actuality she tragically died of suicide at Craig House, a sanatorium. If you found this episode interesting, check out Famous People Who Survived Polio on SipandShinePodcast.com Follow Sip Shine Podcast on Social Media: don’t be shy Twitter: twitter.com/sipshinepod Facebook: fa...

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