Jack Anderson

The Black Dahlia murder case is considered to be history’s most famous unsolved murder mysteries. In January of 1947, the nude, mutilated body of actress Elizabeth Short was discovered in a Los Angeles vacant lot. She had been cut in half, and there were slashing marks from mouth to ear. Dozens of suspects were cleared, and the actual killer was never apprehended nor identified and the case remained cold. The murder still continues to haunt Los Angeles. There was a website I found where people believe a man named “Ed Burns” committed the crhyme. “Ed Burns” was her boyfriend, and there was possible proof of evidence. There was another website about a psychic’s visit with Short’s spirit, and the spirit claims to have been murdered by an “Al Morrison”. “Al Morrison’s” aliases were Arnold Smith and Jack Anderson Wilson. Wilson died in a fire in 1982. He was author John Gillmore’s suspect. What I found out was – I asked this same question recently, and I gave a list of books that have different men named as the killer. Jack A. Wilson, aka Arnold Smith, is said to be involved by two different authors. Steve Hodel said his father did it, and Janice Knowlton said her father did it. One author said gangster Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel did it and Jack Wison helped to carry the body to and from a car that took it to the vacant lot on Norton between 39th and Coliseum January 15, 1947. Psychics are frauds, so I do not acept anything they say. Ed Burns is not as well-proven as other suspects. We shall never know for certain, I go for Jack Anderson Wilson who had several aliases.

“JACK ANDERSON is the author of Washington Expose, and has some startling things to say about politics and politicians. ” is the description on the film can, . . .