Retired detective keeps trying to prove dad was 'Black Dahlia' killer2/4/2013
The "Black Dahlia" murder is one of the most infamous unsolved crimes in American history. Retired LAPD detective Steve Hodel has spent decades investigating the grisly 1947 killing of 22-year-old Elizabeth Short, and he now believes he's got incriminating evidence to ID the murderer: his own father, Dr. George Hodel. The determined detective recently took a cadaver-sniffing dog (and a crew from Syfy's "Ghost Hunters") to his childhood home — Hollywood's famous Sowden House — and the dog picked up "the scent of human decomposition" in four locations in the basement. George Hodel had been a prime suspect in the murder, and the younger Hodel has spent years trying to prove it. He's waiting for more information. We've heard that line before. [Source]
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