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Charles Manson's "family" during the arraignment of Patricia Krenwinkel for the…

Aug. 1970 file photo, Charles Manson followers, from left: Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten walk to court to appear for their roles in the 1969

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from Mail Online

Charles Manson follower gives first on-camera interview

Patricia Dianne Krenwinkel (born December 3, 1947) an American murderess & a former member of Charles Manson's commune, known as "The Family". During her time with Manson's group, she murdered Abigail Folger at the Tate House & stabbed Rosemary LaBianca to death. Convicted of murder.

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Patricia Krenwinkel * A member of the Charles Manson "family" and one of his murdering emissaries, Krenwinkel was involved in all seven Manson murders and is currently imprisoned in California.

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from nytimes.com

‘My Life After Manson’

Forty-five years ago, Patricia Krenwinkel killed for Charles Manson. Now she provides an emotional account of her life from prison.

"Death to Pigs" written by Patricia Krenwinkel at the LaBianca Home in the summer of '69

odin_mag: Patricia Krenwinkel hand signal?

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from Gawker

Manson Girl Patricia Krenwinkel Gives Prison Interview

Patricia Krenwinkel, aka "Katie," played a key part in the infamous Tate-LaBianca murders spearheaded by Charles Manson in 1969. She stabbed Abigail Folger so many times, police thought the coffee heiress' originally white nightgown was bought red when they found her body. She also stabbed Rosemary LaBianca, and wrote "DEATH TO PIGS" on a wall on the LaBiancas' house and "HeaLter SkeLTter" on the LaBiancas' refrigerator. During her murder trial, she doodled Satanic images and, along with her fellow Manson devotees, added to the spectacle by shaving her head and carving an X into her forehead.

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Patricia Krenwinkel | Charles Manson Family and Sharon Tate-Labianca Murders | Cielodrive.com

Life After Manson Forty-five years ago, Patricia Krenwinkel killed for Charles Manson. Now she provides an emotional account of her life from prison.