In the new podcast “Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia,” sisters Yvette and Rasha release never before heard archival audio of disturbing family secrets. The sisters are the great-granddaughters of Dr. George Hodel who, at one time, was a suspect in the mysterious 1947 murder and mutilation of Elizabeth Short, who was nicknamed “The Black Dahlia.”

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In the podcast, the sisters examine audio recordings between their mother, Fauna Hodel, and her mother, Tamar, George’s daughter. They share secrets from the family that they uncovered when they went through their mom’s belongings after her death 17 months ago.

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Learn more about the Hodel family in the video above, including a lie that may have changed the course of their lives. And on Wednesday's episode of Dr. Phil, hear why the women say they’re convinced that George did kill “The Black Dahlia,” why they’re sharing the tapes publicly and what they want people to take away. Check here to see where you can watch.

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