Beaumont Road, nestled in the hills above Los Angeles, is
the site of perhaps the most shocking and gruesome murder
rampage in the history of that fabled city. The date
was July 29, 1969.
In a time marked by protests for peace and free love,
this fateful night would forever scar the City of Angels, as
four of Hollywood’s most elite and visible personalities
were savagely mutilated in their sleep. Authorities
would remain baffled for decades as they searched for clues
and motives behind the heinous crimes on Beaumont
Road. The horrible crimes still remain as one of
Hollywood’s greatest unsolved mysteries.
To this day one piece of hard evidence exists as a
historic relic to the terrible tragedy that took the lives
of four beloved public figures. None of the more
recent developments in forensic science have allowed for any
breaks in the case, and as the file has remained opened on
the DeWitt murder spree, modern day detectives still attempt
to piece together the unsolved events of that night.
This site is a testament to the events of that night and
to the memory of the four beautiful lives that were lost at
the hands of a dangerous culprit that remains at large.