The last known place Elizabeth Short, aka The Black Dahlia, was seen alive. Her ghost is allegedly just one of […]
The private practice of Dr. Walter Bayley, who owned a home one block from where the Black Dahlia was found, […]
The home of Dr. Walter Bayley, who Larry Harnisch has made a convincing argument is the Black Dahlia killer.
A black patent leather purse and one black high heel shoe were discovered in the trash by the owner of […]
Elizabeth Short frequented the soda fountain inside the drug store that was in this location. Due to the flowerlike arrangement […]
Elizabeth Short, aka the Black Dahlia, lived here from July 12 to August 2, 1946.
On January 15, 1947, the severed corpse of Elizabeth Short were found in an overgrown vacant lot on Norton Ave., […]
Elizabeth Short, aka The Black Dahlia, lived here for a couple months with friend Anne Toth around August 1946.
Elizabeth Short lived here from July 12 – August 3 1946, according to the LA Times, and due to the flowerlike arrangement of her hair and penchant for black clothing also where she earned her nickname, the Black Dahlia.