Sowden House and The Black Dahlia
The Sowden House, or it’s more affectionate name, the “Jaws House” is a local (to me), historic, and iconic landmark in architecture, and the possible location of the death of the Black Dahlia.
Owned by John Sowden, and created by Lloyd Wright, this home in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles, might be where Elizabeth Short, better known as the Black Dahlia, was murdered. The mystery surrounding the murder of the Black Dahlia might be one of the most famous unsolved true crimes in history.
Check out the episode of Ghost Town for more on the Sowden House and The Black Dahlia.
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