One of history's most famous murder victims pays the house a visit. Constance discovers more of Tate's bad behavior. Written by
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The carton of cigarettes that Travis buys for Constance and is seen on her kitchen table has the red packaging and overall branding look of classic "Pall Mall" cigarettes. But the name actually shown on the package is "Pell Mell", a phrase meaning "in a confused, rushed, or disorderly manner" or "helter-skelter". See more
Elizabeth Short comes to the house to be seen to by shrink Dr Ben Harmon, yet he does not recognise her and refuses her offer of sex in exchange for therapy. Later on we find out, from the only 21 year old Hayden, that Elizabeth Shorts death from 1947 was front cover news for 2 months and is a much publicised murder case. How does Hayden recognise Elizabeth Short and the well educated Dr Harmon doesn't? See more
That's how they found me - naked, on display for the whole world to see.
You were the front page news of every paper for two months.
I really did become somebody.
by The Atlanta Rhythm Section
[During the Ben/Hayden bar scene] See more