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A sad, but true story. Sharon Tate was a beautiful person both inside and out. She was so full of life and was looking forward to a wonderful future. It is a shame that Sharon's life was cut short. This film covers it all. While most of us know what happened to Sharon and the others, this true Hollywood story takes you on the inside of one of the most gruesome murders in history. You will see Sharon as she gets ready to give birth and the evil of Charles Manson. Follow what happened to Sharon and her friends during the last days of their lives. It is a story that is as shocking today as it was back then.

George Vreeland Hill

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Sharon Tate
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A sad, but true story. Sharon Tate was a beautiful person both inside and out. She was so full of life and was looking forward to a wonderful future. It is a shame that Sharon's life was cut short. This film covers it all. While most of us know what happened to Sharon and the others, this true Hollywood story takes you on the inside of one of the most gruesome murders in history. You will see Sharon as she gets ready to give birth and the evil of Charles Manson. Follow what happened to Sharon and her friends during the last days of their lives. It is a story that is as shocking today as it was back then.

George Vreeland Hill


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