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"A fascinating manuscript presented in a forthright style, and I have no complaints about the author's conclusions." - Michael Newton, author of The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes The shocking murder of Elizabeth Short, who shortly after her death would become known as the Black Dahlia, was in the words of one of the local newspapers considered as being "the city's ghastli "A fascinating manuscript presented in a forthright style, and I have no complaints about the author's conclusions." - Michael Newton, author of The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes The shocking murder of Elizabeth Short, who shortly after her death would become known as the Black Dahlia, was in the words of one of the local newspapers considered as being "the city's ghastliest crime" and is no doubt still recognized as such today. The gruesome killing initiated the largest gathering of law enforcement officials ever assembled in the county, but despite the massive manhunt the perpetrator of the crime was never apprehended and to this day no one has any real idea as to who had been her assailant. The reason that her killer was never caught was due to the fact that there had been more than one person who was responsible for her death, as well as two other people who knew all about the crime; and in addition to that, there was a cover-up of the killing that was initiated by a high ranking official of the Los Angeles Police Department which effectively altered the date that she had disappeared and thus made her murder virtually impossible to solve, which is precisely why it still remains unsolved today. In this groundbreaking new book the author explains exactly who it was that had been responsible for her death, the reason why she was murdered, the place where she was likely killed, how the cover-up was carried out, and the reason why even though several people knew about the killing no one ever said a word about what they knew, thereby making it the best kept secret in town. It will be up to the readers who after reviewing the evidence that is presented in its pages to decide for themselves whether or not the murder of the Black Dahlia has in fact been solved, or is just another theory that like so many others will be summarily dismissed and then thrown by the wayside.


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"A fascinating manuscript presented in a forthright style, and I have no complaints about the author's conclusions." - Michael Newton, author of The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes The shocking murder of Elizabeth Short, who shortly after her death would become known as the Black Dahlia, was in the words of one of the local newspapers considered as being "the city's ghastli "A fascinating manuscript presented in a forthright style, and I have no complaints about the author's conclusions." - Michael Newton, author of The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes The shocking murder of Elizabeth Short, who shortly after her death would become known as the Black Dahlia, was in the words of one of the local newspapers considered as being "the city's ghastliest crime" and is no doubt still recognized as such today. The gruesome killing initiated the largest gathering of law enforcement officials ever assembled in the county, but despite the massive manhunt the perpetrator of the crime was never apprehended and to this day no one has any real idea as to who had been her assailant. The reason that her killer was never caught was due to the fact that there had been more than one person who was responsible for her death, as well as two other people who knew all about the crime; and in addition to that, there was a cover-up of the killing that was initiated by a high ranking official of the Los Angeles Police Department which effectively altered the date that she had disappeared and thus made her murder virtually impossible to solve, which is precisely why it still remains unsolved today. In this groundbreaking new book the author explains exactly who it was that had been responsible for her death, the reason why she was murdered, the place where she was likely killed, how the cover-up was carried out, and the reason why even though several people knew about the killing no one ever said a word about what they knew, thereby making it the best kept secret in town. It will be up to the readers who after reviewing the evidence that is presented in its pages to decide for themselves whether or not the murder of the Black Dahlia has in fact been solved, or is just another theory that like so many others will be summarily dismissed and then thrown by the wayside.

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