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Restless souls : the Sharon Tate family's account of stardom, the Manson murders, and a crusade for justice
Tate, Sharon, 1943-1969.
Manson, Charles, 1934-2017.
Murder victims' families--United States--Case studies.
Actresses--California--Los Angeles--Death--Case studies.
Murder--California--Los Angeles--Case studies.
Criminal justice, Administration of--United States--Case studies.
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United States
LCC: HV6534.L7 S73 2012 (Assigner: dlc)
DDC: 364.152/3092 full (Assigner: dlc)
The gruesome murders of the actress Sharon Tate, her unborn child, and four others at the hands of the notorious "Manson family" on August 9, 1969 rocked the nation. The atrocities, the trial and the subsequent conviction of Charles Manson and his followers spawned a media frenzy--a defining moment in an era otherwise associated with peace, love and understanding. Yet while this crime left an indelible mark on society's consciousness, it was an even more shattering personal tragedy for Sharon's loving family. Now, after nearly forty years, their story is finally revealed. Compiled by close family friend Alisa Statman and Sharon's niece Brie Tate, Restless Souls draws on unpublished material including interviews with the Tates, personal letters, tape recordings, home movies, public interviews, private journals, and official documents to provide a four-decade, three-generation memoir of crime and punishment, anguish and hope, rage and love.--From publisher description.
Table Of Contents
The first day of the rest of our lives
Alone in the crowd
Just for the record
A million to one
Nothing but dead ends
A family like no other family
Evil has its allure
Life goes on. Or does it?
Revenge or justice?
That old bitch
A wolf in sheep's clothing
The lost sheep
The informant
Bastardizing the law
Passing the torch
The crossroads
Manson and a rose
The show must go on
And then some.
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Statman, Alisa. Restless souls : the Sharon Tate family's account of stardom, the Manson murders, and a crusade for justice