New York Times Bestselling Author Steve Hodel

Archive for October 2009

CHICAGO PUBLIC RADIO "RED LIPSTICK MURDERS" INTERVIEW

WILLIAM  HEIRENS ARRESTED AS A TEENAGER OF 17, IS NOW SERVING HIS SIXTY-THIRD YEAR FOR CRIMES I (and many others) BELIEVE HE DID NOT COMMIT    In Most Evil I devote three chapters to my investigation of the 1945-1946 Chicago, “Red Lipstick Murders”  Based on my now six-years investigation and a review of the original facts, police…

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MOST EVIL HITS L.A. TIMES BESTSELLER LIST

Thanks to all of you for you for your continuing support and e-mails. Most of you are expressing strong confidence in the new investigation, as presented in the sequel, MOST EVIL.  As I discovered after writing and publishing Book I, Black Dahlia Avenger: A Genius for Murder – nothing beats PUBLIC SUPPORT. Had you not voiced your…

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Radio Host Michael Shinabery KRSY AM-1230 Interview

One of my favorite radio people is Michael Shinabery, a very cool guy. Michael is an education specialist with the New Mexico Museum of Space History and host of his own AM radio show in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Michael initially interviewed me five-years ago shortly after Black Dahlia Avenger published. He then reinterviewed me in 2006 on the updated chapters included…

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CODIS "Cold Hit DNA" Links L.A.'s 'Nightstalker' To S.F. Child Murder

25-Year-Old Case Solved Thanks to Crime Scene DNA being placed in National Data Base   In my October 16, 2009 Evidence Room Blog, I wrote about the importance of getting Zodiac’s DNA into CODIS. (Combined DNA Index System). Existing Partinal DNA a Catch 22     I quoted  Dr. Richard Walton’s textbook, Cold Case Homicides: Practical Investigative Techniques (CRC Taylor…

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George Hodel – 1930s films "edited" into his Zodiac MO?

1930s Films- Murder As A Fine Art Here is a link to my Evidence Room Blog which further expands on my original hypothesis (presented in MOST EVIL Chapters 20 & 21) that cinephile, George Hodel included themes from 1930s films as part of his diabolical remake of his past favorites: using real locations, real crimes and real victims!…

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George Hill Hodel Handwriting in Evidence Room and Blog

Information Update- This is simply a reminder that I have “dueling blogs” going on here at my website. General information will continue to be blogged here in the Squad Room Blog.  Investigative updates pertaining to an evidentiary nature will be posted in the Evidence Room Blog. Also available in the Evidence Room are additional handwriting samples, maps, and…

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BILL HANDEL INTERVIEW KFI AM-640 RADIO -FRI 8:00 AM PST

Friday, October 16, 2009  8:00 AM PST              BILL HANDEL CLICK ON BILL HANDEL INTERVIEW  8-8:30 AM  10.16.09 http://www.kfi640.com/pages/podcasting/  Interview with popular radio host, Bill Handel on his morning show. Will subsequently be availabe for listening on his podcast.    

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Old School Crime-Reporter Gives High-Praise to- MOST EVIL

October 13, 2009 “I couldn’t read it fast enough.  … I’m supposed to keep these pieces short, but if I’ve tantalized you enough to go read the book, that’s just fine. I loved it.”                                                       Homicide Examiner crime-reporter, Richard Battin In today’s  Examiner.com/Los Angeles article, “Could Zodiac, the Black Dahlia killer and Chicago’s ‘lipstick murderer’ all…

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MOST EVIL: An Exclusive Early Review

    “MAKES THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES LOOK LIKE PUPPY’S PLAY”                                                                             Rosco the Boxer EXCLUSIVE– An Early Review    I just finished reading MOST EVIL and I’d bet my pedigree that Steve Hodel is barking up the right tree. I am somewhat of an expert on Mr. Hodel’s investigations, having read Book I, Black…

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Dr. George Hill Hodel's Birthday

October 10, 2009 –   Dr. George Hill Hodel’s birthday 102 years ago today, Dr. George Hill Hodel was born at the Sarah Barton Hospital, at 5th & Olive Streets in downtown, Los Angeles. (The hospital was located  just a few yards away from where The Biltmore Hotel would be built two decades later.)  Thanks to all of you for attending…

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