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John Sowden House, Alleged 'Black Dahlia' Murder Home, Hits Market for $4.89 Million

A month after "the scent of death" was detected in its basement by a trained cadaver dog, the Lloyd Wright-designed John Sowden House in Los Angeles -- a purported site of the Black Dahlia murder -- has returned to market, asking $4.89 million. The 1927 home, which in February was said to carry "the scent of human... Continue Reading »

'Black Dahlia' Murder Home: Is John Sowden House in Los Angeles Where Elizabeth Short Was Killed?

A possible break in the decades-old "Black Dahlia" murder case puts the spotlight back on the John Sowden House in Los Angeles, the home where 22-year-old Elizabeth Short (pictured below with a companion in an undated photo) is believed to have been killed in 1947. The San Bernardino Sun reported on Friday that a trained... Continue Reading »

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