The most famous house in Los Angeles has a sordid history. On the cold, sunny morning of Jan. 15, 1947, a woman walking her 3-year-old daughter in the Leimert Park neighborhood found the mutilated corpse of Elizabeth Short, aka the "Black Dahlia."
Thirteen miles away from the crime scene is where many experts believe Short's murderer lived — and possibly where he killed her. This mansion, known as the Sowden House, is an architectural masterpiece designed by Frank Lloyd Wright's son, Lloyd Wright. And it still stirs up mystery.
Come take a tour inside the 5,600-square-foot mansion and learn all about its dark past.