You Can Buy Sharon Tate’s 51-Year-Old False Eyelashes If You're Into That

With interest in the Manson Family murders at an all-time high, you can now buy various possessions owned by the actress.

Following her gruesome and tragic death at the hands of Charles Manson's followers in 1969, film actress Sharon Tate has become somewhat of an icon among both crime and film aficionados.

Manson family members Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel, and Leslie van Houton. Image: Getty

According to Vice, a whole lot of the late star's memorabilia is up for auction -- including her false eyelashes, clothing, perfume, and various beauty products owned by the Valley Of The Dolls star.

You can even purchase her wedding dress, which she wore during her nuptials to disgraced director Roman Polanski -- who was overseas at the time of the horrific murders. -The 26-year-old was also eight months pregnant with the couple's first child at the time of her death.

Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski. Image: Getty

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It's definitely not the first time there's been a demand for bizarre Hollywood memorabilia that has been auctioned off.

Michale Jackson's burnt hair from his 1984 Pepsi commercial went up for sale in 2009 at the Radisson Edwardian Hotel for the lump sum of $1,600, while William Shatner once sold his own kidney stones to an online casino for a pricey $25,000.

In what's probably one of the most cooked items for sale, an unknown Pennsylvania seller once put a bag of air from a 'Ye recording session for sale on eBay, with the Ziploc bag starting at $5 -- but soon hit a massive $65,000 before being taken off the auction site. It had 90 bidders before being removed and spawned countless copycats.

It was even noticed by Kim Kardashian herself, who had a good LOL over the weird AF listing.

The Sharon Tate memorabilia auction takes place on Juliensauctions.com on November 16 and 17.

Image: Getty