Black Dahlia: A Note to Fans of Piu Eatwell’s ‘Black Dahlia, Red Rose’


Dear fans of Piu Eatwell’s “Black Dahlia, Red Rose” (I know there’s at least a few of you because you write to me):

Leslie Dillon was absolutely, positively in San Francisco when Elizabeth Short was killed.

Nothing else matters. Not allegations of police corruption, not claims about coverups, nothing about what may have happened at the Aster Motel. All of that is merely camouflage to conceal the fact that Dillon was hundreds of miles away when the killing occurred.

End of argument.

About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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