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BLACK DAHLIA - ELIZABETH SHORT

Man Ray or May Co.?


"Dahlia Avenger" claims that Dr. George Hodel multilated the body of Elizabeth Short based on two works by Man Ray, "Les Amoreux" and "Minotaur." Or maybe Hodel was just browsing ads for the May Co. department store that week!

 

ELISABETH SHORT GRAVE PICTURE

4.99$ USD

 

 

Elizabeth Short (July 29, 1924 – ca. January 15, 1947) was an American woman who was the victim of a gruesome and much-publicized murder. Nicknamed the Black Dahlia, Short was found mutilated, with her body severed, on January 15, 1947 in Leimert Park, Los Angeles, California. The murder, which remains unsolved, has been the source of widespread speculation as well as several books and film adaptations.

 


 

 

 

"The Black Dahlia" is a name that became synonymous with one of the greatest unsolved Hollywood mysteries. Fascination with Elizabeth Short's death continues, as the person behind her murder has never been found. Short's life has been portrayed in books, a movie, and even a video game. She earned the nickname "The Black Dahlia" because of her dark hair and habit of wearing dark clothing. A native of Hyde Park, Mass., Short moved to Vallejo, Calif. at the age of 19 to pursue an acting career. A woman stumbled upon Short's body, which had been cut in half, in a Los Angeles parking lot on January 15, 1947. The gruesome case has baffled many for over 50 years. Close to 200 suspects were investigated, but no suspect has ever been named in the case.

 



Beth Short mugshot b&w glossy picture
4.99$ USD

 

 

Dr. George Hodel newspaper clippings copy complete collection

on the Black Dahlia case



16.99$ USD

 

 

UNSOLVED - WHO KILLED THE BLACK DAHLIA ?