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H2H 4. 191. The Black Dahlia. The Story of Elizabeth Short.

January 15, 1947, Hollywood, California. The lifeless body of a young woman is discovered severed at the waist, drained of all blood and washed clean. Her raven hair and porcelain skin a sharp contrast to the brutality of her murder. As the story goes, she was an aspiring actress who’d come to Hollywood to chase her dreams of fame, but she’d only be known for her gruesome death. Seventy-seven years later the LAPD are no closer to finding her killer. Or are they? It’s quite possibly the most notorious murder in the United States. This is the story of Elizabeth Short. The Black Dahlia.




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