Charles Manson clowns around as he is led to his cell upon the conclusion of his exclusive interview with Reuters, August 25, 1989.

Charles Manson clowns around as he is led to his cell upon the conclusion of his exclusive interview with Reuters, August 25, 1989.

Cult leader Manson has always maintained that society gradually turned him into the person he became

Charles Manson's 'son' depicts his killer father in bizarre retrial

Cult leader Manson has always maintained that society gradually turned him into the person he became

He said: ‘You have to realise you’re just the devil just as much as you’re God, that you’re everything and you’re nothing at all.’    Look out helter skelter...

Charles-Manson-mugshot

He said: ‘You have to realise you’re just the devil just as much as you’re God, that you’re everything and you’re nothing at all.’ Look out helter skelter...

how about a movie where the manson girls see thru his B.S. & knock charlie off before Tate-LaBianca can happen, then race off in the Dune Buggies to become Psychedelic Riot Grrls in 'Frisco

how about a movie where the manson girls see thru his B.S. & knock charlie off before Tate-LaBianca can happen, then race off in the Dune Buggies to become Psychedelic Riot Grrls in 'Frisco

Charles Manson letter to Marilyn Manson

This is Charles Manson's letter to Marilyn Manson

The Manson Family. In 1969, on August 8, Charlie Manson told Family members at Spahn Ranch, “now is the time for Helter Skelter.” That evening the family, under the direction of Manson, would commit the famous murder of Sharon Tate, leading to other murders over the two day period.

The Manson Family. In 1969, on August 8, Charlie Manson told Family members at Spahn Ranch, “now is the time for Helter Skelter.” That evening the family, under the direction of Manson, would commit the famous murder of Sharon Tate, leading to other murders over the two day period.

Another wise quote from Manson. He was a wise man, but deep down, he was a monster.

Manson: the Life and Times of Charles Manson, by Jeff Guinn, review

Another wise quote from Manson. He was a wise man, but deep down, he was a monster.

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