True Crime Cases: March 2019

This intriguing group will meet once a month to look at what many people are fascinated by, True Crime Cases. Each month we’ll discuss cases that have gripped a nation and try to explain the criminal psychology by using descriptions of police investigations and trial procedures.

Discussion for this case will be on Tuesday, March 26th at 6pm.

The Black Dahlia

Nicknamed “the Black Dahlia,” Elizabeth Short was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on July 29, 1924. Twenty-two years later, Short, an aspiring actress, was brutally murdered in Los Angeles, California, her body cut in half and severely mutilated. Her body was found on January 15, 1947, in a vacant lot near Leimert Park. The Black Dahlia’s killer was never found, making her murder one of the oldest cold case files in L.A. to date, as well as the city’s most famous.

Podcasts

Listen to one of these podcasts to learn more details about the case.

Search in your preferred podcast app, or use PodbeanPocket Casts, or Stitcher. You can also search podcasts by going to Youtube, although not all episodes will be available.

https://soundcloud.com/unsolvedmurders/e11-the-black-dahlia-elizabeth-short

https://truecrimegarage.com/podcast/blog/black-dahlia-part-1-2-episodes-44-45

https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/wondery/hollywood-crime

https://stevehodel.com/podcasts/

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