“This was some evil, evil stuff,” says Yvette Gentile, 51. The San Francisco resident grew up being told that her great-grandfather, George Hill Hodel, was the killer of the Hollywood murder victim known as the Black Dahlia. The most glaring clue, say those of that opinion, is the grotesquely artful way in which the woman’s body was cut up and arranged.
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