Did an actress’ deathbed confession solve a 40-year-old cold case?

Director William Desmond Taylor’s 1922 murder left an indelible mark on a scandal-ridden Hollywood.

THE CRIME SCENE

— February 2, 1922. 7:30 am.

The two-story bungalow at the Alvarado Court Apartments in the Westlake…

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They/he. Writer of fiction, screenplays, plays, reviews, essays, and poetry. Chicago. https://linktr.ee/jshetina

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