Kim and Nathan on the radio Friday, candlelit vigil Thursday night

Early risers can hear 1947project’s Kim Cooper and Nathan Marsak talking about the 60th anniversary of the Black Dahlia case on Joe Escalante’s show around 7am Friday on Indie 103.1-FM. That’s on your radio dial in old Los Angeles, or on the interwebs at

And don’t forget, tonight at 9pm, we lead a candlelit vigil in memory of Elizabeth Short. It begins at the Regent Galleries at 446-450 S. Main, where the "Her Name Was Elizabeth" exhibition is opening, continuing on to the Biltmore Hotel. Along the way we’ll provide information about the crime and its connection with the downtown L.A. neighborhood, sort of a mini, walking Crime Bus tour as a preview to the Real Black Dahlia tours this weekend and Tuesday. Seats are still available for all three tours, so please click over/
to reserve if interested.

Black Dahlia Posters and Radio Days

Courtesy of our friends at Universal Pictures, we’ll have free Black Dahlia movie posters for all passengers on this weekend’s Real Black Dahlia Crime Bus Tour, plus a some special swag for a few lucky riders.

We still have some seats on Saturday’s tour, so please email me if you want ’em. Sunday is sold out. American Cinematheque members can ride next Saturday on a special members-only tour.

Nathan and I will be talking about the Black Dahlia on Joe Escalante’s show on Indie 103.1 Friday at 8:45am.

Kim and Nathan on the radio Friday morning

For those of you in LA or with fast internet connections, we’ll be on Indie 103.1 with Joe Escalante around 7am west coast time on Friday, talking about the Five Most Mysterious LA murders and the upcoming Crime Bus tours. Expect us to be deliriously punchy, or to throw punches.

Tune in here:

Kim & Nathan