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ANY SESSIONS REQUIRING SEPARATE ADMISSION ARE NOTED, ALL OTHER SESSIONS ARE OPEN SEATING. (VIPs HAVE ACCESS TO SPECIAL SEATING IN THE GRAND BALLROOM AND BREAKOUT 1).
Friday, June 7 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
The Black Dahlia: A Case Study

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On January 15, 1947, the tortured, bisected body of a 22-year-old woman was discovered in a vacant lot in Los Angeles. Arguably America’s most famous unsolved murder, Professor Anne Redding uses her 30-plus years of experience researching this case to separate fact from fiction by focusing on the Victimology of Elizabeth Short (a.k.a., The Black Dahlia) and analysis of Erotophonophilia (lust murder).

Drawing from official, original documents, the trappings of “whodunit” are set aside for a factual account of the life and tragic death of Ms. Short.

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Anne Redding

Department Chair of the School of Justice Studies, Santa Barbara City College
Anne Redding is an Associate Professor and Department Chair of the School of Justice Studies at Santa Barbara City College. Her teaching career began at Rio Hondo Police Academy in Whittier, CA after graduating from their Academy as a City of Los Angeles Park Ranger. From there, she... Read More →


Friday June 7, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Breakout 1 (Grand Salon A/B)

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