Vicki Morgan was the mistress of the late Alfred Bloomingdale, Diners Club founder and member of former President Ronald Reagan's "kitchen cabinet." On July 7, 1983, Morgan was beaten to death with a baseball bat by roommate Marvin Pancoast. He died of AIDS in a prison at Chino last December.
11. Night Stalker
3727 E. Hubbard St., East Los Angeles
After seven months of slipping through unlocked doors and windows before dawn to attack his victims as they slept, Richard Ramirez, the notorious Night Stalker, was captured across the street from this house by as many as 20 neighbors on Aug. 31, 1985. Ramirez was convicted of 13 brutal slayings ad 30 related felonies.
12. Mickey and Trudy Thompson
53 Woodlyn Lane, Bradbury
Millionaire racing promoter and pioneering speedster Mickey Thompson and his wife, Trudy, were ambushed and shot to death in the driveway of their walled foothill estate while leaving for work on March 16, 1988. The still-unsolved shootings were thought to be contract killings.
13. John Belushi
8221 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood
The exclusive residential hotel Chateau Marmont, once the residence of Jean Harlow, Greta Garbo and Errol Flynn. It is also where 33-year-old comedian John Belushi was found dead of a drug overdose in Bungalow No. 2 on March 5, 1982. Belushi's friend, one-time heroin addict and backup vocalist Cathy Smith, was arrested for administering the fatal mixture of cocaine and heroine. She pleaded no contest to a charge of involuntary manslaughter and was sentenced to three years in prison.