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Sharon Tate's Sister Calls Manson Family 'Creeps' | Sharon Tate

Sharon's Tate Sister Speaks about Manson Murders

Originally posted 08/29/2014 06:35PM

It was an unusually warm day in Southern California on Aug. 9, 1969.

The Tate family had just moved from Northern California to the Los Angeles area, where their oldest daughter, Sharon Marie, 26, was winning fame as Hollywood's latest "It Girl."

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Bali Suitcase Murder Suspect Barred from Meeting Privately with Lawyers, Attorney Says

Bali Suitcase Murder: Suspect Barred from Meeting Privately with Lawyers, Attorney Claims

Originally posted 08/28/2014 08:00AM

The attorney for pregnant Chicago teenager Heather Mack, who was arrested in Bali after the bloody body of her mother was found stuffed in a suitcase at a luxury resort, claims his client hasn't been allowed to meet privately with her lawyers and is "emotionally and mentally drained" after two weeks in an Indonesian jail.

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Ferguson Residents Open Up to PEOPLE About How Their Lives Have Changed

Residents in the St. Louis Suburb of Ferguson Share Their Stories

Originally posted 08/27/2014 11:15AM

Play testcaption testcredit Share on Facebook Tweet Pin on Pinterest Share on Tumblr In the weeks following the Aug. 9 fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, the city of Ferguson, Missouri, has been a hotbed for civil and racial unrest.

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45 Years After the Manson Murders: Sharon Tate's Sister Speaks About the Tragedy | Sharon Tate

45 Years After the Manson Murders: Sharon Tate's Sister Speaks About the Tragedy

Originally posted 08/27/2014 08:00AM

Sharon Marie Tate was a star on the rise. The studios were grooming the 26-year-old California blonde to be the next Marilyn Monroe. She was married to acclaimed film director Roman Polanski and was on the verge of giving birth to their baby boy.

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Neighbor Accused of Murdering Erin Corwin Pleads Not Guilty | Erin Corwin

UpdatePosted 08/26/2014 08:30PM

Erin Corwin Murder Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

Originally posted 08/26/2014 06:55PM

Christopher Brandon Lee, the man accused of murdering his alleged lover Erin Corwin, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to first-degree murder with a special allegation of lying in wait.

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Alice Uden, 75, Gets Life Term for Killing Husband

Alice Uden, 75, Sentenced to Life in Prison for Killing Husband 40 Years Ago

Originally posted 08/26/2014 05:25PM

A judge in Wyoming sentenced a 75-year-old Missouri woman to life in prison on Monday for killing her husband with a rifle in the mid-1970s and throwing his body down the shaft of an abandoned gold mine, where it remained for nearly 40 years.

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Michael Brown's Father Pleads for Day of Silence

Michael Brown's Father Pleads for Day of Silence

Originally posted 08/25/2014 11:15AM

The father of a black 18-year-old shot to death by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, pleaded Sunday for a "day of silence" as he lays his son to rest Monday.

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Parole Denied for John Lennon's Killer

Parole Denied for John Lennon's Killer, Mark David Chapman

Originally posted 08/23/2014 07:00PM

John Lennon's killer was denied release from prison in his eighth appearance before a parole board, correction officials said Friday.

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Erin Corwin Murder: Suspect Admits He Searched for 'How to Dispose' of Body

Erin Corwin Murder: Suspected Killer Admits He Searched for 'How to Dispose' of Body

Originally posted 08/23/2014 03:00PM

Christopher Lee, the former Marine accused of murdering Erin Corwin, told investigators that he searched the Internet for "how to dispose of a human body," arrest records reveal.

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Ferguson Streets Quieter as National Guard Leaves

Ferguson Streets Quieter as National Guard Leaves

Originally posted 08/22/2014 06:15PM

As violent protests in the shooting death of an unarmed black teen by a white police officer subsided, National Guard troops began leaving Ferguson, Missouri, on Friday, and residents were emotional.

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