The Vision

It was in June of 1932 that director Paul Bern married actress, Jean Harlow. Four months later, on September 5, the marriage ended rather suddenly when Paul Bern, standing naked in front of the bathroom mirror, shot himself in the head with a .38 calibre pistol.
The butler found his nude body.

Flash forward to 1968. A well respcted Hollywood hairstylist lived in the old house and was dating a young starlet who had moved to LA from Texas. One day he asked her to house sit for him while he went out of town on business for a day or two. She agreed. That night, while she slept, she was awakened by a loud noise. She turned on the light and saw a man in the bedroom. He was ransacking the place as if looking for something important. He turned and looked at the young woman and that was when she recognized him. She also saw the bullet hole in his head next to his right temple and it was spirting blood. It was Paul Bern! The young woman fled from the bedroom, but as she got to the top of the stairs, she was met by an even more ghastly sight. Tied to the newel post at the bottom of the stairs...was her lover. His throat had been cut from ear to ear and was gushing blood!! The noises in the bedroom of Paul Bern's ghost got louder. Overcome by the horrors she had seen she fainted. The next day, her lover returned from his trip and she told him of the horrific apparitions she had seen the night before. He tried to comfort her and dismissed them. Little did they know that what she saw was a terrifying warning of the horrific fate which awaited them both almost one year the muderous hands of the Manson Family. The man's name was Jay Sebring.
The woman was Sharon Tate.