The Black Dahlia Story
Another unsolved mystery of a black hair girl used to be called "The Black Dahlia", one of the cruelest murder cases. Through the Lesson, you will know more about her, her life, her ambitions and dreams. Also, you will go through the case and know about the suspects. Photos and videos added for more full view about the case. Warning: The photos might be sensitive for the young age.
by Eman Sayed Fathy
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She is surrounded by myth and falsehoods-Elizabeth (Bette*) Short-the woman known as the Black Dahlia. Born July 29, 1924 in the Hyde Park section of Boston. Massachusetts, Elizabeth met her fate at the hands of a fiendish killer on January 15, 1947. An anonymous call to the police at 10:40 a.m.

She is surrounded by myth and falsehoods-Elizabeth (Bette*) Short-the woman known as the Black Dahlia ...
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The case remains one of Hollywood's long-running mysteries and one of the most gruesome of the 1940s. A pretty young woman was found cut in half and posed in a sexually explicit pose in a vacant lot in would be sensationalized in the media as the "Black Dahlia" murder.

The case remains one of Hollywood's long-running mysteries and one of the most gruesome ...
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Many suspects (aka persons of interest) have been proposed as the unidentified killer of Elizabeth Short, nicknamed the "Black Dahlia," who was murdered in 1947. Many theories have been advanced, but none has been found to be completely persuasive by experts, and some are not taken seriously at all.

Many suspects (aka persons of interest) have been proposed as the unidentified killer of Elizabeth ...
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Elizabeth Short was born in 1925 to Phoebe and Cleo Short. Her father disappeared relatively early on in her childhood, and was believed to have committed suicide. However, he later sent a letter to his estranged wife asking for forgiveness, but Phoebe refused to take him back.

Elizabeth Short was born in 1925 to Phoebe and Cleo Short. Her father disappeared relatively ...
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Hollywood's most famous murder case unfolded on January 15, 1947 when the raven-haired, 22-year-old actress Elizabeth Short was found dead on Norton Avenue between 39th and Coliseum streets in Los Angeles. Her body had been cut in half and appeared to have been drained of blood with precision.

Hollywood's most famous murder case unfolded on January 15, 1947 when the raven-haired, 22-year-old ...
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Elizabeth Short Crime scene photos, Funeral picture. Many different photos.

Elizabeth Short Crime scene photos, Funeral picture. Many different photos.
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January 29, 2012, was the 65th anniversary of the murder of Elizabeth Short. "Severed," by Gilmore, the first true crime study of the Black Dahlia, remains the most authoritive; according to Colin Wilson, "the best book on the Black Dahlia--in fact, the only reliable book."
 

January 29, 2012, was the 65th anniversary of the murder of Elizabeth Short. "Severed," by ...
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Elizabeth Short (29 July 1924 - January 1947) was a 22-year-old girl, who was the victim of a gruesome and much-publicized murder. Nicknamed the Black Dahlia, Short was found, severely mutilated and her body severed, on 15 January 1947 in Los Angeles. 

Elizabeth Short (29 July 1924 - January 1947) was a 22-year-old girl, who was the victim ...
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A 'Black Dahlia' exhibit is now on view at the Los Angeles Police Museum-thanks to crime writer James Ellroy. (Photo: Los Angeles Police Museum) by Adrienne Dorsey / Special to LAist More than 65 years after her mysterious murder in Los Angeles.

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1. JANUARY 15, 1947
2. The Black Dahlia Murder Case
3. Black Dahlia suspects
4. The beginning and the end of the Black Dahlia
5. Top 10 Unsolved Crimes - TIME
6. Elizabeth Short - Photos
7. CRIME SCENE PHOTOS
8. The murder remains unsolved
9. Los Angeles Police Museum Unveils 'Elizabeth' Exhibit
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