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During the 1960s and 1970s, The Zodiac Killer claimed 5 victims in the state of California. While committing his crimes, he maintained frequent communication with large newspapers in the San Fransisco Bay Area–namely, The San Fransisco Chronicle. Despite his heavy involvement with the media, his identity is still unknown to this day.   Sources: “Zodiac” By Robert Graysmith “The Most Dangerous Animal of...

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During the 1960s and 1970s, The Zodiac Killer claimed 5 victims in the state of California. While committing his crimes, he maintained frequent communication with large newspapers in the San Fransisco Bay Area–namely, The San Fransisco Chronicle. Despite his heavy involvement with the media, his identity is still unknown to this day.   Sources: “Zodiac” By Robert Graysmith “The Most Dangerous Animal of...

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During the 1960s and 1970s, The Zodiac Killer claimed 5 victims in the state of California. While committing his crimes, he maintained frequent communication with large newspapers in the San Fransisco Bay Area–namely, The San Fransisco Chronicle. Despite his heavy involvement with the media, his identity is still unknown to this day.   Sources: “Zodiac” By Robert Graysmith “The Most Dangerous Animal of...

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During the 1960s and 1970s, The Zodiac Killer claimed 5 victims in the state of California. While committing his crimes, he maintained frequent communication with large newspapers in the San Fransisco Bay Area–namely, The San Fransisco Chronicle. Despite his heavy involvement with the media, his identity is still unknown to this day. Sources: “Zodiac” By Robert Graysmith “The Most Dangerous Animal of All”...

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During the 1960s and 1970s, The Zodiac Killer claimed 5 victims in the state of California. While committing his crimes, he maintained frequent communication with large newspapers in the San Fransisco Bay Area–namely, The San Fransisco Chronicle. Despite his heavy involvement with the media, his identity is still unknown to this day. Sources: “Zodiac” By Robert Graysmith “The Most Dangerous Animal of All”...

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The 1940s were seen as the pinnacle of the “Golden Age” of Hollywood movies bringing in thousands of hopefuls to sunny California in order to make their big break. Elizabeth Short was no different but she would become even more famous in death then she was in life. The story of the Black Dahlia is the oldest and most notorious cold case in Los Angeles, but there is more to the story than the horrific crime scene and the infamous smile...

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