Black Dahlia: Dr. George Hodel, Janice Knowlton and the Black Dahlia Case


Aug. 8, 1998: A post on the old usenet by Janice Knowton was the first to publicly link Dr. George Hodel and the Black Dahlia case.

At this point, George Hodel was alive but would die in a bit less than a year. He was never publicly identified as a suspect – and certainly not a “prime suspect” before then, despite claims by the “Black Dahlia Avenger” franchise.

Knowlton killed herself in 2004, a year after “Black Dahlia Avenger” was published.

Here’s the link.

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