Venus sent me this info. Thanks Venus!!
info from Dearly Departed tours....
those of you who have been on our Helter Skelter tour, you know it’s
almost impossible to get exactly where the crime happened because it’s a
very narrow private street. But we’ve found a way for you to get up
close and personal and, because we love you, we’re going to share it
Oman lives just a couple of doors down from where the Cielo Drive
murders took place and he occasionally opens up his house to ghost
hunters. If you've seen any of the Paranormal shows... seriously any of
them, they've all been to David's house and they've all walked away
having some pretty wild experiences.
he’s making an offer that will be difficult for death hags to refuse.
He’s renting the house next door and offering the opportunity to spend
those of you who know the case well, the house where you can spend the
night is one of the original houses on the street, 10090 Cielo Drive.
This is the home where fifteen-year-old Jim Asin was outside waiting for
his father 8:30am
Saturday August 9, 1969 and saw Mrs. Winifred Chapman running towards
him from the Tate property screaming, "Murder, death, bodies, blood!!!"
This is the Friday and Saturday
closest to the 48th anniversary of the infamous Los Angeles crimes. Up
until these murders, we learned that we were no longer safe in our own
beds. According to Susan Atkins, Manson told them to kill everyone in
the Tate house and "not just that, but to kill everyone in all of those
houses on the street." You can walk in the footsteps and breathe the ver
air where this historic and bizarre event took place. This is one of
the ONLY ways to be on the street at the exact time of night that the
top it off, this is a proper paranormal investigation. Real
investigators and real equipment. And food. There are tickets for the
evening and tickets for the overnight. Truly, this is a once in a
lifetime opportunity. Sleeping on Cielo Drive.
Now if you hear the sound of ice in the cocktail shakers in the canyon, report back to us …
Scott & the Dearly Departed