This week Metroblogging Los Angeles will look at other infamous Los Angeles murders that deserve the silver screen treatment. With last Friday’s opening of Hollywoodland, about the mystery surrounding the death of George Reeves, and this Friday’s release of The Black Dahlia, what better time to present the crimes and mysteries that fascinate some of the writers here at blogging.la?
In the meantime, I invite our readers (this means you) to share the crimes they’d most like to see adapted to the big screen… and if you do, you’ll be entered into a drawing for a Black Dahlia prize pack courtesy of Universal Studios, including a Black Dahlia one sheet, t-shirt, and hat.
To enter, simply leave your comment below, and be sure to include a valid email address so I can contact you if you win (if you’d rather not leave your email address online, feel free to write me instead at unsomnambulist at gmail dot com). I’m not judging the entries – this is pure luck – so feel free to be as brief or longwinded, and obvious or creative as you want.
Deadline is this Wednesday, September 13th at noon. One entry per person, No more entries being accepted, but feel free to comment as much as you want… Metroblogging writers are also encouraged to comment, but are ineligible for the drawing.
(photo by Winged Hussar at LA Taco)