TheWrap takes a look back at some of the grisliest Hollywood murders in history, from Sharon Tate to Black Dahlia1947: The brutal murder of Elizabeth Short, a 22-year-old woman nicknamed “Black Dahlia,” remains one of Hollywood’s most grisly unsolved crimes and has since sparked numerous TV, film and literary adaptations.1969: Charles Manson, leader of the so-called “Manson Family,” ordered the deaths of actress Sharon Tate; writer Wojciech Frykowski and his partner, the coffee bean heiress Abigail Folger; and celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring and several friends at the Beverly Hills home of director Roman Polanski.1976: Sal Mineo, the star of “Rebel Without a Cause,” was stabbed to death near the Sunset Strip.
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