The Black Dahlia Files

Wolfe's extensive research, based on the evidence he discovered in the recently opened LADA files, makes The Black Dahlia Files the authoritative work on the murder that has drawn endless scrutiny but remained unsolved—until now.

The Black Dahlia Files

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The Black Dahlia Files
Language: en
Pages: 448
Authors: Don Wolfe
Categories: True Crime
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-03-08 - Publisher: HarperCollins

In 1946, Elizabeth Short traveled to Hollywood to become famous and see her name up in lights. Instead, the dark-haired beauty became immortalized in the headlines as the "Black Dahlia" when her nude and bisected body was discovered in the weeds of a vacant lot. Despite the efforts of more
Black Dahlia Files
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Donald Wolfe
Categories: True Crime
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-12 - Publisher:

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The Black Dahlia Murder Case
Language: en
Pages: 24
Authors: J.D.Rockefeller
Categories: True Crime
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-01-20 - Publisher: J.D. Rockefeller

Black Dahlia murder case is one of the most unbelievable and famous murder stories in the city rife, and a lot of fame-seekers around the town were claiming her death and wanted to play part of the case. And over years, the number of people who were claiming her brutal
Hodel-Black Dahlia Case File
Language: en
Pages: 204
Authors: Steve Hodel
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-03-27 - Publisher:

LADA Bureau of Investigation Hodel-Black Dahlia Case File No. 30-1268 contains the official unabridged transcripts of the 1950 electronic surveillance stake-out by a joint taskforce from the LADA Bureau of Investigation and LAPD's homicide detectives. The wire-recordings capture, Dr. George Hill Hodel's secret conversations in which he confessed to: police
The Gruesome Story Of The Black Dahlia Murder
Language: en
Pages: 106
Authors: Randi Fordon
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-06-27 - Publisher:

It is the coldest of cold cases, a case so old the detective in charge of the investigation wasn't born at the time of the homicide. The victim was initially known as Jane Doe number one, the first female homicide victim of 1947. Her anonymity was soon transformed into notoriety