Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Scott Michaels : Six Degrees of Helter Skelter

Dearly Departed Tours’ founder Scott Michaels is the authority on the Dark Side of Hollywood. Dearly Departed Tours is a multimedia Hollywood bus tour like no other. Cases like Manson, Janis, Whitney and Michael, and lesser-known celebrities with even more spectacular exits. Peppered with crime scene photographs and audio clips (including 911 calls), the tour has earned it’s consistent 5-star ratings. We’ve been featured on the E! Show Hollywood Death Trip, Anthony Bourdain’s The Layover and dozens more, and the FX's American Horror Story even paid tribute to the tour. Scott Michaels’ one-of-a-kind collection of celebrity death memorabilia on display in the Gallery includes the pink suitcase Jayne Mansfield packed the night she died and Rock Hudson’s deathbed.
"The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter" walks in the footsteps of the Manson Family, visiting over 40 locations related to the infamous Tate/LaBianca murders, and tying together the dozens of odd connections between Charles Manson and the Hollywood elite. Entertainingly led by famous Hollywood historian Scott Michaels (E!'s 20 Most Horrifying Hollywood Murders, Dearly Departed: Vol. 1,, this epic documentary employs never-before-seen autopsy reports (analyzed with the help of the Los Angeles Department of the Coroner), dozens of rare photographs, original Manson Family music recordings, and modern-day visits to the locations where the action went down, in the most complete retelling of the Manson Murders ever put on film. "You absolutely must by this DVD. (They) get the story right with witty commentary and tons of great footage of places you may have never seen." -- "Scott Michaels knows where the bodies are buried." -- The Los Angeles Times "Scott Michaels takes you on a journey in this feature-length DVD documentary... an entertaining and hauntingly unique retelling of the notorious Manson Family Murders!" -- Featured on IGN and Visit the official website for the film at:

  "A hair-raising trip to the dark side of Hollywood, better than any movie...Nothing helter skelter about it. It cuts to the facts and gives you nightmares!" - Rex Reed.

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