The Los Angeles Times started reporting on startling details from a highly bizarre court case in April 1930, and they would eventually take up months' worth of their publication. It concerned a "comely" woman named Dolly, her slain husband, and her lover, a guy referred to as the "garret ghost" who, at Dolly's request, led a "bat-like life in rooms." The tale of how the three became connected is deserving of the era's most lurid pulp books...
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