Ghost Adventures: Black Dahlia House Pictures
The Gang's All Here
Billy Tolley, Jay Wasley, and Aaron Goodwin talk with Zak Bagans inside the Sowden House during their investigation of the role of the house's former owner, George Hodel, in the murder of Elizabeth Short.
Frank Lloyd Wright & Son
The courtyard of the Sowden House that was designed to be it’s centerpiece by architect Lloyd Wright (son of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright.)
Down into Darkness
Zak Bagans on a stairway leading to the Sowden House basement. It is suspected that George Hodel committed murderous acts in this area of the house.
Architect Lloyd Wright used parts of the Mayan culture as inspiration in the design of the house, calling it an "expressionist temple."
Calm Before the Storm
Aaron Goodwin takes a break from investigating the Sowden House.
Temples in LA?
Architect Lloyd Wright’s Mayan influences can especially be seen in the exterior walking paths and archways of the Snowden House.
Jay Wasley in the Sowden House basement, searching for evidence of the Dahlia murders.
The living room in the Sowden House.
The Biltmore Hotel
Jay Wasley, Aaron Goodwin, and Zak Bagans at the Biltmore Hotel, one of the last places Elizabeth Short was seen before her tragic death.
Searching For Black Dahlia
Jay Wasley and Zak Bagans begin to explore Hollywood to find insights into the Black Dahlia murders. Elizabeth Short a.k.a. Black Dahlia was often seen around this Hollywood area.
Tours and Resources
Zak Bagans interviews Kim Cooper, head of Esotouric Tours outside of the Biltmore Hotel. She offers a special tour around Los Angeles based on the Black Dahlia murder. Her information about the Black Dahlia murders becomes a valuable resource to the Ghost Adventures crew.
Off to Find the Answers
The Ghost Adventures crew embarks on a journey to find a conclusive answer to the Black Dahlia murder mystery.