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(Daily Mail)   Black Dahlia murder case is close to being solved 66 years after it happened. That's........ some...... real.......fine........ police........ work........ there......Lou......(Caution Graphic Content)   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 91
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2013-02-03 11:44:05 PM
It was that weird abortionist in the basement of that creepy house.
 
2013-02-04 12:03:59 AM
OJ was born when?
 
2013-02-04 12:13:52 AM
When the opportunity arose for Hodel to return to his childhood home, he jumped at the chance after producers of the SyFy Channel's Ghost Hunters program arranged it with the current owners.

Last November Hodel, together with retired police Sgt. Paul Dostie of Mammoth Lakes and Buster, a Labrador retriever trained to detect the unique smell of human composition, visited the property.

Once let loose, Buster quickly established four locations in the basement where he could pick up a faint trace of human remains.


The dog gets results and the "Ghost Hunters" don't. There's a shocker.
 
2013-02-04 12:41:13 AM
Great band.
 
2013-02-04 01:18:50 AM
It was the guy working as a bartender for a temp agency.  Had to chase him into the sewer and shoot him.
 
2013-02-04 01:26:11 AM
Begging for a minecraft build.

i.imgur.com
 
2013-02-04 02:30:26 AM

Lionel Mandrake: It was that weird abortionist in the basement of that creepy house.


I've heard Orson Welles's name dropped...

/and Woody Guthrie's, for some reason...
 
2013-02-04 03:28:31 AM
that is incredible that a dog can smell death 66 years later.
 
2013-02-04 03:31:16 AM

Lionel Mandrake: It was that weird abortionist in the basement of that creepy house.


What have you done to our baby, Charles???
 
2013-02-04 03:31:36 AM

no clever name here just move along: that is incredible that a dog can smell death 66 years later.


Anything's possible if you have a book to sell.
 
2013-02-04 03:32:07 AM

no clever name here just move along: that is incredible that a dog can smell death 66 years later.


He who smelt it, dealt it.


Case solved--the dog did it!
 
2013-02-04 03:34:53 AM
Those Japanese have the weirdest fetishes.
 
2013-02-04 03:37:34 AM

no clever name here just move along: that is incredible that a dog can smell death 66 years later.


Yeah, that struck me as somewhat...implausible.
 
2013-02-04 03:41:14 AM
In other news, the Zodiak killer was that one cop that coincidentally led the investigation and came up with no good suspects.
 
2013-02-04 03:44:24 AM

gadian: no clever name here just move along: that is incredible that a dog can smell death 66 years later.

Yeah, that struck me as somewhat...implausible.


No no, it's just a coincidence as well that this guy has a book about this he'd like you to buy.
 
2013-02-04 03:46:42 AM
I don't get it. If her body was found, who is buried in the basement?
 
2013-02-04 03:51:33 AM
Steve Hodel is full of shiat and a major league attention whore with unresolved Daddy issues.
 
2013-02-04 04:04:31 AM

PandaPorn: I don't get it. If her body was found, who is buried in the basement?


No one. That's where the murder took black before the body was dumped.
 
2013-02-04 04:06:43 AM

lohphat: PandaPorn: I don't get it. If her body was found, who is buried in the basement?

No one. That's where the murder took black before the body was dumped.


So the dog is just smelling where the blood leaked into the dirt? If that's true than that's quite the nose he got there.
 
2013-02-04 04:09:33 AM

PandaPorn: lohphat: PandaPorn: I don't get it. If her body was found, who is buried in the basement?

No one. That's where the murder took black before the body was dumped.

So the dog is just smelling where the blood leaked into the dirt? If that's true than that's quite the nose he got there.


The body was completely drained of blood, so yeah, there could well have been a whole lot of blood soaking into the dirt.  And, yeah, dogs have amazing senses of smell.
 
2013-02-04 04:16:51 AM
skepticalteacher.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-02-04 04:21:45 AM

Yeoman: PandaPorn: lohphat: PandaPorn: I don't get it. If her body was found, who is buried in the basement?

No one. That's where the murder took black before the body was dumped.

So the dog is just smelling where the blood leaked into the dirt? If that's true than that's quite the nose he got there.

The body was completely drained of blood, so yeah, there could well have been a whole lot of blood soaking into the dirt.  And, yeah, dogs have amazing senses of smell.


Cadaver dogs have been known to find unmarked graves over a century old.  Sometimes they can pick up the smell coming out of trees that have grown over the graves.  Actually, I guess most dogs can smell it, they just don't know what it is, or that we might care to know about it.
 
2013-02-04 04:30:17 AM

Satanic_Hamster: gadian: no clever name here just move along: that is incredible that a dog can smell death 66 years later.

Yeah, that struck me as somewhat...implausible.

No no, it's just a coincidence as well that this guy has a book about this he'd like you to buy.


Yes, I'm going to put that on the shelf right next to Sandy Anderson and her amazing dog that found the severed toe that was still attached to the body when they found it a week later.

Cadaver dogs are pretty amazing, but I don't think they're THAT amazing. Not to be able to find a death scene over half a century old and with god knows how many other scents on top of it.
 
2013-02-04 04:31:57 AM
I found the same article, attributed to a different author, posted here.
Isn't that just plagiarism?
 
2013-02-04 05:16:26 AM
Came for LA Noire references, and leaving quite satisfied.

/A seriously awesome game
/May need to play it again
///Ending was pretty depressing though
 
2013-02-04 05:19:41 AM

RatMaster999: Actually, I guess most dogs can smell it, they just don't know what it is


Well, there's one case where whoever smelt it, hadn't dealt it.
 
2013-02-04 05:21:43 AM
From the article's comments:


this is one of the oldest, fakest stories ever to be cooked up...one of the original false flags, and hollywood is still at it. Do some research people. There is more here than meets the eye.

- RealAmerican1 - State of Denial, United States, 03/2/2013 23:14
 
2013-02-04 05:24:46 AM

doglover: OJ was born when?


July 9, 1947
 
2013-02-04 05:34:20 AM

HenryFnord: From the article's comments:


this is one of the oldest, fakest stories ever to be cooked up...one of the original false flags, and hollywood is still at it. Do some research people. There is more here than meets the eye.

- RealAmerican1 - State of Denial, United States, 03/2/2013 23:14


Black Dahlia....study it out
 
2013-02-04 05:34:44 AM
Maybe the Ghost Hunters can get a confession when ratings slip again.
 
2013-02-04 05:37:15 AM

HenryFnord: From the article's comments:

this is one of the oldest, fakest stories ever to be cooked up...one of the original false flags, and hollywood is still at it. Do some research people. There is more here than meets the eye.

- RealAmerican1 - State of Denial, United States, 03/2/2013 23:14


It's a good thing patriots like this RealAmerican1 are ever vigilant and quick to point out when the US government colludes with Hollywood to deceive the American people, especially when it's for no farking logical reason whatsoever.
 
2013-02-04 06:08:44 AM
miss diminutive:

It's a good thing patriots like this RealAmerican1 are ever vigilant and quick to point out when the US government colludes with Hollywood to deceive the American people, especially when it's for no farking logical reason whatsoever.

0bummer and his magical time mescheen coming for our 1950s prostitutes?
 
2013-02-04 06:11:18 AM

Chinchillazilla: Lionel Mandrake: It was that weird abortionist in the basement of that creepy house.

What have you done to our baby, Charles???


God I love that show.
 
2013-02-04 06:14:37 AM

maram500: Came for LA Noire references, and leaving quite satisfied.

/A seriously awesome game
/May need to play it again
///Ending was pretty depressing though


A friend gave me the game two years ago. Still haven't played it.
 
2013-02-04 06:14:47 AM

Cheese eating surrender monkey: miss diminutive:

It's a good thing patriots like this RealAmerican1 are ever vigilant and quick to point out when the US government colludes with Hollywood to deceive the American people, especially when it's for no farking logical reason whatsoever.

0bummer and his magical time mescheen coming for our 1950s prostitutes?


Sounds legit.
 
2013-02-04 06:28:55 AM

RatMaster999: Cadaver dogs have been known to find unmarked graves over a century old.


A grave containing remains is vastly different to a site containing no remains. Cadaver dogs find remains, and like all dogs, can generate false positives based on the behavior of their human handlers.
 
2013-02-04 06:35:51 AM
A Black Dahlia story with no mention of James Ellroy? Journalist fail.

/You LA Noire fans should look him up if you aren't familiar
 
2013-02-04 06:45:42 AM

gadian: no clever name here just move along: that is incredible that a dog can smell death 66 years later.

Yeah, that struck me as somewhat...implausible.


For it to be her, yes. But maybe someone else died there more recently?
 
2013-02-04 06:57:50 AM

czetie: A Black Dahlia story with no mention of James Ellroy? Journalist fail.

/You LA Noire fans should look him up if you aren't familiar


Seriously that fella is creepier than the stories he writes/researches on. I may be in the minority but I liken him to the William S Burroughs of crime narrative. Still usually am fascinated by his stuff though.
 
2013-02-04 06:58:42 AM
i58.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-04 07:03:12 AM
Jesus Christ people, it's 2013! Successful and Attractive Dahlia!
 
2013-02-04 07:12:52 AM

Yeoman: PandaPorn: lohphat: PandaPorn: I don't get it. If her body was found, who is buried in the basement?

No one. That's where the murder took black before the body was dumped.

So the dog is just smelling where the blood leaked into the dirt? If that's true than that's quite the nose he got there.

The body was completely drained of blood, so yeah, there could well have been a whole lot of blood soaking into the dirt.  And, yeah, dogs have amazing senses of smell.


well, about 7.5 pints anyway... you can't completely drain a body of blood... the heart stops long be.... ummm.... I think I said too much.

/nevermind.... carry on
 
2013-02-04 07:13:09 AM
This has the markings of Glenn Beck all over it.
 
2013-02-04 07:15:14 AM

corq: czetie: A Black Dahlia story with no mention of James Ellroy? Journalist fail.

/You LA Noire fans should look him up if you aren't familiar

Seriously that fella is creepier than the stories he writes/researches on. I may be in the minority but I liken him to the William S Burroughs of crime narrative. Still usually am fascinated by his stuff though.


For those unfamiliar with what corq is referring to, Ellroy spent much of his childhood and adolescence conflating in his own mind the Black Dahlia case with the unsolved murder of his own mother, eventually writing novels as a release. So yeah, pretty damn creepy.
 
2013-02-04 07:19:58 AM
She was murdered to build I-93.
 
2013-02-04 07:21:55 AM

OtherLittleGuy: She was murdered to build I-93.


Then they should have at least named it the Black Dahlia Expressway.
 
2013-02-04 07:25:20 AM

czetie: A Black Dahlia story with no mention of James Ellroy? Journalist fail.

 
2013-02-04 07:25:37 AM
Eh, who cares? Are they going to prosecute someone?
 
2013-02-04 07:26:14 AM

miss diminutive: OtherLittleGuy: She was murdered to build I-93.

Then they should have at least named it the Black Dahlia Expressway.


Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Rape?
 
2013-02-04 07:27:21 AM

Tat'dGreaser: miss diminutive: OtherLittleGuy: She was murdered to build I-93.

Then they should have at least named it the Black Dahlia Expressway.

Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Rape?


wouldn't it just get shut down?
 
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