More than a dozen of the actual true-life 1940s  crimes investigated and summarized in Black Dahlia Avenger are believed used as “unsolveds” in Rockstar’s L.A. NOIRE, scheduled to be released to the public on May 17th.     Rockstar’s LA NOIRE,  Video Game challenges players to discover which of the 1940s LONE WOMAN MURDERS (all named and…

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 THICKER’N THIEVES: The 1950 Factual Expose of Police-Pay-Offs, Graft, Political Corruption and Prostitution in Los Angeles and Hollywood By LAPD Vice Sergeant Charles Stoker          Twenty-years before SERPICO there was STOKER (Between 1948-1950  Stoker appeared in more than 600 separate front page article)2011 print edition- $14.95  now available on-line Greetings from Los Angeles! It is my…

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  1947 SANTA MONICA MURDER NOTE STRENGTHENS THEORY THAT CHICAGO, LA, RIVERSIDE AND SAN FRANCISCO CRIMES MAY BE CONNECTED   The heretofore, motiveless murder of Santa Monica teenager, Lillian Dominguez, is now believed linked to other 1940s “L.A. Lone Women Murders.”  Her killer left a handwritten note which read:                          “I killed that Santa Monica girl. I will kill others”  Based on…

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