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 William “Will” Fowler

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William “Will” Fowler

Birth
Jamaica, Queens County, New York
Death 14 Apr 2004 (aged 81–82)
Burial Cremated
Memorial ID 8646187 View Source
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Author and Reporter. Was a reporter for the Los Angeles Examiner when in January of 1947, he found the body of 22 year old Elizabeth Short "the Black Dahlia", this was the infamous "Black Dahlia" case, Elizabeth was severed at the waist, drained of blood and carefully posed in a vacant lot. Still to this day, the case is unsolved. Will Fowler later on went on to write for television, he also handled publicity for TV shows such as "MASH". Also wrote a biography intitled: "The Young Man from Denver.", and "The Second Handshake."

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  • Originally Created by: Laurie
  • Added: 16 Apr 2004
  • Find a Grave Memorial 8646187
  • Find a Grave, database and images (www.findagrave.com/memorial/8646187/william-fowler : accessed ), memorial page for William “Will” Fowler (1922–14 Apr 2004), Find a Grave Memorial ID 8646187, ; Maintained by Find A Grave Cremated.