AUTHOR TALK AT LAPD HISTORICAL SOCIETY TO MARK 63rd ANNIVERSARY OF LA'S BLACK DAHLIA MURDER
I will be presenting a talk (PowerPoint presentation) and book-signing at the Los Angeles Police Department Historical Society Museum to mark the 63rd anniversary of one of LA’s most historic crimes – the murder of 22-year-old, Elizabeth Short, known to the world as- The Black Dahlia. Talk will also include an introduction to my new investigative findings as presented in my 2009 publication of: MOST EVIL: Avenger, Zodiac and the Further Serial Murders of Dr. George Hill Hodel.
(SKH Note- This is a fundraiser for the LAPD Historical Society and all proceeds go to benefit that organization. For that reason they ask that books be purchased at the event. VIP RECEPTION at 6 p.m. Pre-event reception tickets $50.00 per person. Contact LAPHS at 323-344.9445.The later talk/book-signing at 7:15 p.m. is FREE TO THE PUBLIC.)
DATE: Friday, January 15, 2010 7:15 p.m.
LOCATION: Los Angeles Police Department Historical Society Museum
6045 York Blvd, Los Angeles (click for map/directions)
(“Old Number 11”, formerly LAPD’s “Highland Park Division”)
See Link for further details: http://laphs.com/
Thank you for the math correction. It is indeed the 63rd anniversay. I stand corrected.