Elizabeth Short aka The Black Dahlia in 1946 shortly before her mysterious murder, b&w photo taken in front of Marshall High School in Hollywood CA, colorized by Louise Baranoski.
On January 15, 1947 the horrifyingly mutilated nude body of Elizabeth Short, a.k.a “The Black Dahlia”, was found on the 300 block of Norton Street in Leimert Park, in Los Angeles. Located here at 3925 S. Norton Avenue to be exact.
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Elizabeth Short Black Dahlia crime scene 1947
The crime scene where the body of Elizabeth Short, who was brutally murdered with her torso being cut in two was found. Leimert Park South Los Angeles
Black Dahlia – Los Angeles Police Historical Society
The Daily Mirror visited the Los Angeles Police Historical Society on Saturday and stopped in at the Black Dahlia exhibit.
Could the infamous Black Dahlia case be about to be solved? Cadaver dog discovers death scent at Hollywood home of suspect 66 years after the horrific murder
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT The shocking murder of Elizabeth Short, known as the Black Dahlia, is one of the oldest unsolved murder cases in Los Angeles history.
Crime author claims to have new evidence that his own FATHER was the Black Dahlia murderer
Skipped town: LA surgeon Dr George Hodel reportedly skipped town before he could be arrested in connection with the murder of Elizabeth Smart