Black Dahlia: Trim Your Roses on Jan. 15 to Remember Elizabeth Short

Today is Jan. 15, the anniversary of Elizabeth Short’s death. As is the custom, the Daily Mirror will be dark.

Trim your roses in her memory.

About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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1 Response to Black Dahlia: Trim Your Roses on Jan. 15 to Remember Elizabeth Short

  1. Matt Berger says:

    I live in Brookline, MA. For several years I have left fresh white flowers at midnight on January 15 in front of the Medford memorial to Elizabeth Short’s life. Due to COVID-19, I did not do this in 2021, so our younger daughter and I did so on July 29 instead. It was very moving.

    For more, see here: https://justbearwithme.blog/2019/01/17/her-name-was-elizabeth-short/

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