Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Our friend Babara Gonzalez from Venezuela is Back...

Barbara Writes:

Hi , I hope you well :) , I would love to share with you what I did.  I´m very Fan of Sharon and Jay. I love all the photo of Sharon but especially this photoshoot.
So I make this blousa , inspired by Paco Rabanne and photoshot of Sharon 1966 ❤❤

and make too this Giant Sharon Paper doll ❤❤
Many thanks before hand  ❤
Kind Regards ❤ ❤
Bárbara Gonzalez

Saturday, September 24, 2016

LINDA KASABIAN AND JOE SAGE.... NEW MEXICO

Whatever happened to Joe Sage, the guy that Linda ran off to New Mexico and confessed to right after the murders?

Here's an old article done in 1978 from the Berkeley Barb:
(**A photo of the obstructed print is at the bottom of the thread, if you'd like to read it...)





According to some folks that posted on the Ancestry.com message board, he was quite a "character".....

From a person that responded to the above post on Ancestry:

Anyway, turns out he passed away in Southern California in 1996:

Friday, September 16, 2016

I ran across this and thought it was funny.  It says he was convicted in 1979.  I'm pretty sure that was in 1971....

Manson Family Member Tex Watson To Be Granted Parole At Age 70

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

LA cold case with Charles Manson connection revived

The Los Angeles Police Department released the sketches of two men Friday suspected of killing Reet Jurvetson in 1969. Jurvetson’s body was found near the site of the Manson killings in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Police Department released the sketches of two men Friday suspected of killing Reet Jurvetson in 1969. Jurvetson’s body was found near the site of the Manson killings in Los Angeles. Courtesy of LAPD
LOS ANGELES >> Police are looking for two men suspected in the killing of a 19-year-old Canadian woman who was found stabbed to death in 1969 near the site of the Manson killings in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles Police Department released the sketches of two men Friday suspected of killing Reet Jurvetson, also known as “Jane Doe No. 59,” following a July interview with a witness in Montreal, Canada, regarding a person of interest named John or Jean. The witness remembered meeting Jurvetson and the man at a Montreal cafe in 1969, according to police.

The sketches depict how the men looked at 1969 when Jurvetson was discovered in some brush off Mulholland Drive near Bowmont Drive with multiple stab wounds to her upper torso and neck area, police said.

She was identified in June 2015 after 46 years by a family friend who recognized her as Jane Doe No. 59, according to police. A DNA test that was compared to Jurvetson family members confirmed it was her.

Due to the location and the time period where Jurvetson was found, and the violent manner of her death, investigators wanted to rule out any possible connection to the notorious Manson murders, which occurred that same summer, but the investigation remains ongoing after an interview with Charles Manson did not “produce anything fruitful,” police said.

In August, detectives received information that Jurventson’s sister, Anne Jurvetson, discovered a postcard written by her to their parents, who are now deceased, police said.

The postcard was dated Oct. 31, 1969, about 16 days before Jurvetson’s body was found. The postcard had her return address as 5311 Melrose Ave., Apt. 306 in Hollywood, according to police. The building was once called the Paramount Hotel but was demolished in 1989 and a new building has since been built, according to police.

The postcard, which was written in Estonian, read, “Dear Mother and Father, The weather is nice and the people are kind. I have a nice little apartment. I frequently go to the beach. Please write me. Hugs, Reet.”

Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact the LAPD’s Robbery Homicide Division, Cold Case Unit, detectives Luis Rivera and Veronica Coronado, at (213) 485-6810.

http://www.dailynews.com/general-news/20160910/la-cold-case-with-charles-manson-connection-revived

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Beach Boys' Mike Love talks encounter with Charles Manson

Beach Boys singer Mike Love has detailed the band's brief relationship with cult leader Charles Manson in the late 1960s in a new memoir.

People magazine reports Love writes that Manson and his followers moved in with bandmate Dennis Wilson in 1968, a little more than a year before Manson's cult killed seven people, including actress Sharon Tate.

Love recalls being at the house with another Beach Boy, Bruce Johnston, when Manson handed out LSD and was "orchestrating sex partners" for some of his female followers. Love says he tried to bow out of the situation and went to take a shower, but was confronted by Manson, who Love says told him, "you can't leave the group."

Love's memoir, "Good Vibrations," is set for release later the month.

By The Associated Press, 2 hours ago

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Monday, August 22, 2016

Barbara writes...

Hi , I hope you're well :). My name is Barbara Gonzalez and I'm a 21 year old, Venezuelan girl. I really have a deep love for Jay Sebring and Sharon Tate .

I have an account on instagram about Jay. The name of my page is Jay_sebring_love. Every day I upload some photos, articles and interesting quotes about Jay. My intention in creating that account, is to maintain the legacy of Jay's life, and let the world know how wonderful he was. If you want to, follow me on instagram please. :)

This is the link
www.instagram.com/jay_sebring_love/

Can you please put this information on your blog in Honor of Jay please?? 

Many thanks before hand 😊

Kind Regards, Barbara