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Friday, October 24, 2008

Ugh! Let's Get Away from the Campaign for A While

Let's take some time to think of more pleasant things, shall we? Like, er, true crime and murder.

Four new websites for you to peruse:

The case of Georgette Bauerdorf, a crime which still haunts me.

And of course, more websites on the Black Dahlia:

The Black Dahlia in Hollywood.

Black Dahlia Info, a great resource.

Los Angeles reporter Larry Harnisch has the most plausible hypothesis yet about the identity of the murderer (though I still have my questions about the suspect's ability to actually carry out the murder, pose the body, then send Elizabeth Short's possessions, after the grilling of Red Manley, to the Examiner). His key clue is downright creepy!

Click on his "multimedia" page to see the beautiful, eerie, and tastefully done "wordless documentary" of the Black Dahlia murder and its aftermath (around 21 minutes).

I'll be in class tonight, so be good, all!

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

True crime, eh? It bugs me no end that the toads that kidnapped Annie Harrison from her bus stop in the KC area, then raped and murdered her in March, 1989, are still breathing air. They should have been inhaling hellfire for the past nineteen years. In truth, they should have been drowned at birth.

Now I really don't believe in hell, and I have very serious doubts about the existence of any divinities, but God damn those bastards anyway.
Scotius

October 30, 2008 11:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://vicerumormule.blogspot.com/2008/10/when-truth-is-stranger-than-fiction.html

October 30, 2008 3:19 PM  
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