I've been watching The Beverly Hillbillies reruns, and of course, Sharon Tate is on there. I wonder how Jay felt about her doing that show.I personally think Martin Ransohoff should have put her on TV shows instead of those stupid movies. She would have become popular much faster.
I think it took me about 3 years of YouTube videos just to figure out which one Sharon Tate was on "The Beverly Hillbillies". I've seen every episode of the show probably 10 times. They covered up Sharon Tate's blonde hair with a brunette wig. I guess that's the look the wanted for a secretary, but it made her nearly unrecognizable (at least to me). I suspect she was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. I suspect Manson sent his followers to kill the people at the main house (Terry Melcher's old house) to send a message to Melcher. I doubt if Manson even knew who was living there at the time, I'm nearly certain Watson didn't. They probably weren't even aware who those people were. They lived at Spahn Ranch, spent their time doing drugs, scrounging through dumpsters for food, and other bizarre things, I doubt they watched much TV. The murderers probably had no idea who was in that house that night. It seems to me some of the victims went to a restaurant earlier, they could have stayed later at the restaurant, or went somewhere else after, and not even been there that night. Apparently, Watson was told to kill the people in the "main house" (and I suspect only the main house) simply because that's what they did. They didn't kill Garretson, I don't think they even looked very hard for anyone else. (They didn't kill the dogs either). Later, on the way back to Spahn, when they were washing of the blood and had a conflict with the home owner, they didn't kill that guy and his wife either. It's my understanding Watson is still in prison to this day. After all he's probably been through over the decades, I doubt if he even remembers that night, although he might remember it perfectly. Considering he was probably on drugs, plus he's a liar, and memories fade over time, it's unlikely he will ever tell much more than he already had.
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