David Oman attended both Menlo College in Northern California and USC. Then while working as a page for ABC, he helped a friend deliver a subpoena which led him into a 12 year career as a private investigator. Picking up the entrepreneur gene from his father and the business acumen from his mother, David left the investigative business in 1998 to open a restaurant. He used his experience to produce a video entitled, The Original Bachelor's Barbecue Show.
After a stint as an executive responsible for developing studio connections for the first wave of video on demand services, David started helping his father build a house on Cielo Drive. This house would become the house featured prominently in the movie, House at the End of the Drive, in which David is the producer, creator, and co-writer.
On the anniversary of the infamous Tate murders, David Oman, the producer and co-writer of House at the End of the Drive, discussed his experiences living near the now destroyed crime scene. He was joined by paranormal investigator Dr. Barry Taff who examined Oman's home using a broad range of instruments. ... More »Host: George Noory