Restless Souls by Alisa Statman
The Sharon Tate Family's Account of Stardom, the Manson Murders, and a Crusade for Justice

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Restless Souls is the true, bone-chilling chronicle of the Manson Family murders and its aftermath, from the point of view of the victims’ families.

When actress Sharon Tate and four others were brutally murdered by Charles Manson and his followers, the world was shocked. More than forty years later, the gruesome barbarity of the “Manson Family” still fascinates and horrifies.

This true crime memoir by Alisa Statman, a 20-year Tate family friend, and Brie Tate, the daughter of Sharon Tate’s niece, includes interviews with the Tate family, accounts from personal letters, tape recordings, home movies, and private diaries.

Complete with color photographs and personal insights, Restless Souls is the most revealing, riveting, and emotionally raw account of the gruesome slayings, the hunt and capture of the killers, and the behind-the-scenes drama of their trials, as well as a touching view of the torment that the victims families’ have endured for years after such tragedy.

 

About Alisa Statman

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Alisa Statman is a writer and Assistant Director in film and television. Her penchant for storytelling combined with her trusted relationship with the Tate family makes her a logical person to share with the world the most accurate and honest account of their story ever told. Brie Tate is the middle daughter of Patti Tate, Sharon Tate's niece. She was witness to her mother's and grandparent's pain over the years and has resolved to share the family's story.
 
Published February 21, 2012 by It Books. 404 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Law & Philosophy, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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It may be unfair to ascribe less-than-saintly motives to any member of the Tate family, who arguably have the right to tell (and sell) their story in any way they choose, but it’s difficult to imagine what noble purpose is served by lingering over Sharon's dying words or the exact dimensions of h...

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