Saturday, May 19, 2012










14 comments:

Matt said...

She had such a mature look about her. Hard to believe she was only 26.

Jesse2112 said...

I wish my boss would let me post her pic on here, yall would freak out, she looks like Sharons twin, just with dark hair and a tan

louis365 said...

Use ur cellphone to sneak a pic of her?

Panamint Patty said...

Did not realize she smoked - she's holding a ciggie in that last one.

maria said...

She did smoke but stopped everything when she became pregnant.

TomG said...

Sharon had that thick, muscular look that wasn't at all prevelent in 1969. With out the sharp objects, she would have cleaned Susan Atkin's clock.

And without a pistol and all that rope, Charles Watson is anyone's bitch.

LoLo said...

She does look older then 26

AlisaStatman said...

Liz, Matt, Patty, as always, thank you for taking the time to remember the victims in all this.

sunset77 said...

Picture yourself on a train in a station,
With plasticine porters with looking glass ties.
Suddenly someone is there at the turnstile,
The girl with kaleidoscope eyes.

eviliz said...

AlisaStatman said...
Liz, Matt, Patty, as always, thank you for taking the time to remember the victims in all this.

You are very welcome!
I wish there were more pics of Jay, Abigail and Voytek. There seems to be only those few.

eviliz said...

Panamint Patty said...
Did not realize she smoked - she's holding a ciggie in that last one.

I have seen her smoking in several pics.

candy and nuts said...

Liz do yu have same email I wanna email you about something...

Panamint Patty said...

Liz' email is on the front page up at top right.

A.C. Fisher Aldag said...

EVERYbody smoked in 1969. Doctors were actually prescribing it to some people to strengthen their lungs, no lie. People smoked in offices, restaurants, even hospitals. There were still ads for stogues on TV, including during kids' programming. Lucille Ball smoked, the dad on "Leave it to Beaver" smoked, as did the husband on Bewitched -- who caught cancer from it. People didn't seem to know what smoking did to the body at that time. It wasn't all declasse like it is today.