SHOW NOTES

PHOTOS FROM EPISODE 4:

REFERENCES & CITATIONS:

Cast
Rick Zieff
Derek Dressler
Brian Mulligan
Jon Chardiet
Bruce Nozick
Tasia Valenza
Janine Barris
Andre Sogliuzzo

Credits
Tracy Pattin, Host, Creator, Producer, Casting
Hernan Lopez, Executive Producer
Jeffrey Glaser, Executive Producer
Rebecca Reynolds, Creator, Producer, Director
Jon Ponder, Creator, Producer, Director
Jim Carpenter, Producer
Mark Holden, Editor, Engineer
Rick Zieff, Casting Director
Leah Sutherland, Production Coordinator
Hollywood and Crime is recorded, sound designed and mixed at the Invisible Studios, West Hollywood.

Research & Sources
General Reference for Season 1

Books
Fowler, Will, Reporters: Memoirs of a Young Newspaperman, Roundtable Publishing Company, Malibu, CA, 1991.
Gilmore, John, Severed: The True Story of the Black Dahlia, Amok Books, West Compton, CA, 2001.
Hodel, Steve, Black Dahlia Avenger: Genius for Murder, Arcade Publishing, New York, NY, 2012.
Hodel, Steve, Black Dahlia Avenger II, Thoughtprint Press, Los Angeles, CA, 2013.
Hodel, Steve, Most Evil II, A Vireo Book | Rare Bird Books, Los Angeles, CA, 2015.
Tereba, Tere, Mickey Cohen: The Life and Crimes of L.A.’s Notorious Mobster, ECW Press, Toronto, 2012.
Underwood, Agness, Newspaperwoman, Harper and Brothers, New York, NY, 1949.
Wolfe, Donald H., The Black Dahlia Files: The Mob, the Mogul, and the Murder that Transfixed Los Angeles, HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY, 2005.
Online
Harnisch, Larry, Heaven Is Here.
Harnisch, Larry, TheDailyMirror.com.
Renner, Joan, Deranged LA Crimes: True 20th Century Tales of Murder, Mayhem, Political Corruption and Celebrity Scandal.

For This Episode

Online
Renner, Joan, Deranged LA Crimes: The Butcher
Murderpedia: Otto Stephen Wilson
Newspapers/Periodicals
“Two Women Brutally Slain,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 16, 1944.
“Otto Stephen Wilson Arrested,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 16, 1944.
“L.A. Suspect Admits Butchering Women,” Los Angeles Daily News, Nov. 16, 1944.
“Ripper Suspect Quietly Tells Police He Looked for Love – and Got Mad,” Los Angeles Daily News, Nov. 16, 1944.
“Otto Stephen Wilson Victims’ Lives Sharp Contrast,” Los Angeles Daily News, Nov. 16, 1944.
“2 L.A. Women Hacked to Death in Hotels; Suspect Confesses,” Los Angeles Examiner, Nov. 16, 1944.
“Victims’ Lives Show Sharp Contrasts,” Los Angeles Daily News, Nov. 16, 1944.
“Love Killer Afraid to Be Alone: Tells of ‘Insanity,'” Los Angeles Daily News, Nov. 17, 1944.
“Speedy Justice Promised for Confessed Slayer,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 17, 1944.
“Cannibal Killer Clams Up,” Los Angeles Daily News, Nov. 18, 1944.
“Grand Jury Indicts Mutilation Slayer,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 22, 1944.
“Police Checking Other Attacks by Admitted Slayer,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 20, 1944.
“Inquest in Mutilation Slayings Will Be Today,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 21, 1944.
“Grand Jury Indicts Mutilation Slayer,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 22, 1944.
“Court Names Public Defender in Double Slaying,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 23, 1944.
“Effort to Prove Sanity Opens,” Los Angeles Times, June 23, 1945.
“‘Mean’ Feeling Blamed by Mutilation Slayer,” Los Angeles Times, June 26, 1945.
“Slayer Held Sane by Fourth Expert,” Los Angeles Times, June 27, 1945.
“Butcher Case Goes to Jury,” Los Angeles Times, June 28, 1945.
“Butcher Slayer Headed for Gas Chamber,” Los Angeles Times, July 14, 1945.
“Court Ruling Dooms Slayer,” Associated Press, May 8, 1946.
“Slayer of Two Women Pays with His Life,” Los Angeles Times, Sept. 21, 1946.
Court Document
People v. Wilson, 28 Cal2d 185, Crim. No. 4691. In Bank. May 7, 1946.