L.A. Daily Mirror Retro Shopping Guide


In 1982, Jim Romenesko, then a young reporter, compiled coroners’ reports on unusual deaths. Jim now runs the JimRomenesko.com blog and notes that he still has a few copies of his self-published book. He is selling them for $15, including shipping. Here’s his Etsy page. I haven’t seen the book, but I ordered a copy because it seems highly relevant to the L.A. Daily Mirror.

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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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2 Responses to L.A. Daily Mirror Retro Shopping Guide

  1. hmmm, gotta think about this one.


  2. Benito says:

    Hope the book includes the Bobby Fuller case [he sang “I Fought The Law, And The Law Won”], but otherwise no thanks. I’ve seen enough forensic evidence from well known cases at the coroner’s office north of Chinatown.


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