The house in Los Feliz near Los Angeles, where the owner of the supermarket chain Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary were murdered by Charles Manson’s gang in 1969, is up for sale. Price? $1.98 million. However, when you look at the photos, you won’t find it excessive at all.
As the American media points out, the house at 3311 Waverly Drive was put up for sale less than a month before the 50th anniversary of the series of murders committed by Charles Manson’s group, and also a few weeks before the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s film “Once Upon a Time in…Hollywood”. Built in 1922, the two-bedroom house has 1,655 square meters, a large swimming pool and a garden with a patio. It has been sold several times since the murder. Most recently in 1998 for PLN 375,000. dollars. The current price is $1.98 million.
Murder of the LaBianca couple
We warn you! The description of the crime is drastic.
Charles Manson’s gang murdered the LaBianca couple in 1969, the day after they killed Sharon Tate, Jay Sebring, Abigail Folger, Wojciech Frykowski and Steven Parent. Manson allegedly drove with a group of six people to 3301 Waverly Drive to “show them how to do it”, because he was dissatisfied with the turn of events the day before. The couple was tied up and pillowcases were placed over their heads. Both victims were later stabbed several times with a bayonet. Leno LaBianca was stabbed 12 times, and the perpetrator carved the words on his stomach: “war”. Rosemary LaBianca was stabbed 41 times, many of them posthumously. Later, Patricia Krenwinkel from the Manson group wrote “Rise”, “Death to pigs” and “Healter (sic) Skelter” on the walls and the refrigerator in the victims’ blood.