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3 episodes, 3 hours 15 mins
The Black Dahlia Murder Revisited w/ Piu Eatwell - A True Crime History Podcast
The 1947 Los Angeles Black Dahlia murder case has long been one of the most infamous unsolved crimes in American history, and many suspects have been accused over the years of being the slayer of Elizabeth Short. In this second Most Notorious episode about the subject, I talk with Piu Eatwell, author of Black Dahlia, Red Rose: The Crime, Corruption and Cover Up of America’s Greatest Unsolved Murder. In her book, she makes a convincing case that the murderer was a man being pursued in a separate parallel police investigation, secret from the public, until it all blew up and the doctor leading the charge was unfairly discredited, despite compelling evidence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 41: Black Dahlia Part 2 Theories and Suspects
Tonight in another installment of Black Dahlia madness, we discuss some of the best theories and suspects from the case. Basically, we cracked it. Book em, officer.
Episode 38: The Black Dahlia Part 1
The Black Dahlia murder is probably one of the most infamous cases in American history. Hollywood has a way of churning out the darkest stories when no cameras are running. Elizabeth Short moved from Massachusetts to Los Angeles to pursue the coveted position of movie starlet and instead, found herself the star of one of the most brutal murders on the books. This case has twists and turns that seem like they are stolen from a greenlit screenplay, but unfortunately, the drama is all real. In Part 1, we discuss Elizabeth's life, her murder and the frustrating investigation that followed.
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