Black Dahlia: Sorry, Houston Chronicle, Nobody Killed in the Sowden House

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The Houston Chronicle is the latest to fall for the “Black Dahlia Murder House” nonsense.

The Chronicle at least attempts to be skeptical, but oh well, it is Halloween and websites desperately need click bait.

This 5,600 square-foot home has dark ties, with a previous owner rumored to be a part of the “Black Dahlia” murders. You can own this architectural masterpiece for a cool $4.875 million.

That’s right. There were multiple “Black Dahlia” murders, at least according to the non-researched post by Maribel Molina.

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About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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2 Responses to Black Dahlia: Sorry, Houston Chronicle, Nobody Killed in the Sowden House

  1. J'aime Rubio says:

    I am curious to know what other erroneous historical information was posted about the other alleged “haunted” homes for sale on the list. As always Larry, great job!

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