Here is what’s wrong with Wikipedia:
“The Black Dahlia” was a nickname given to Elizabeth Short … Short acquired the moniker posthumously by newspapers in the habit of nicknaming crimes they found particularly lurid.
Elizabeth Short was nicknamed the Black Dahlia at a corner drugstore in Long Beach as a play on the then-current film “The Blue Dahlia.” After she was killed, the Los Angeles Herald Express, which often nicknamed murders, called her case “the Werewolf Murder” or “Werewolf Killing,” but the nickname was ignored in favor of the Black Dahlia.
Of course, this entry might be changed tomorrow, next week or even later today and then restored in a “revert war.” I have given up any hope of fixing errors in Wikipedia because I don’t have the proper incantation to repel all the trolls who live there. But trust me, it’s wrong.