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  Charles Manson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Manson was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States in 1934 to an unmarried, impoverished 16-year-old girl named Kathleen Maddox.
Manson had come to believe Armageddon was imminent, in the form of a global race war, and believed he was destined to be the ultimate beneficiary of it.
Manson was last entitled to a parole hearing in 2002, and was denied early release, in particular due to a "litany" of offenses ranging from drug trafficking to arson to assaulting guards.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Charles_Manson   (7377 words)

  
 Charles Manson
The leader was Charles Manson, the small, bizarre ex-convict and hippie-like guru of a loosely associated group that was known as the Family.
Charles Manson traces Charles Manson's past from birth through the days when he collected followers in Northern and Southern California through the crimes, the arrests, the trial, and the more than 25 years that have passed since.
Charles Manson and "Squeaky" Fromme are still unapologetic for what happened, but Patricia Krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten understand fully now what they did and they express it forcefully and eloquently.
www.allserialkillers.com /charles_manson.htm   (251 words)

  
 Dawn's Brain: the mesmerizing world of charles manson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charles Manson was a Beatles fan, and believed that the Beatle's use of the term to was referring to Manson's grand plan for a race war/Armageddon.
Contributing to the worldwide fascination with Manson is that during the murder trials, Manson fired his defense attorney and defended himself without legal representation, shaved his head bald, carved a swastika into his forehead, kept his back to the judge, and generally cause a commotion.
Manson and several of his murderer-followers were sentenced to death, but their sentences were commuted to life in prison after the California Supreme Court tossed out capital punishment in 1972.
www.dawnsbrain.com /manson/index.html   (1082 words)

  
 Charles Manson
In Manson's view, once "flie" had been driven to the point of violence, helpless whites would be annihilated, leaving Manson and his family to rule the roost.
Manson was out of touch with his California parole officer between May 22 and June 18, 1969, and an unidentified "LSD preacher from California" set up shop with several young women, in nearby Huntington, around the same time.
In Manson's absence, Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme held the family reins, corresponding with Charlie in prison and spreading his gospel on the streets, forging new alliances with sundry cults and racist groups.
www.carpenoctem.tv /killers/manson.html   (2424 words)

  
 Charles Manson
On January 15, 1971, Charles Manson (35), Patricia Krenwinkel (20), Susan (Sadie) Atkins (21), and Leslie Van Houten (22) were convicted of murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
Charles Manson believed that the Beatles were sending him coded messages in their songs.
Charles Manson thought that the song was a message for him, after all he lived near L.A. "Sexy Sadie", described one of Manson's followers, Susan Atkins, whom he had renamed Sadie Mae Glutz.
www.ohnonews.com /manson.html   (439 words)

  
 Lies Debunked: Charles Manson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charles Manson never took "church classes" when he was in prison.
Charles Manson entered later and studied, did TRO etc. along with his cell-mates and received approximately 150 hours of auditing from Raimer.
Discussions with Manson after he was imprisoned for the murders yielded the fact that Charles manson was a Scientologist, having attained "Clear" while he was locked up.
www.cosvm.org /manson.htm   (1780 words)

  
 "Charles Manson was a Scientologist
Charles Manson, having grown up in reform schools and penitentiaries, was trained by professional criminal minds, I bet his insight made it instantly apparant to Charles Manson, that Scientology was a useful tool to control minds.
Manson had told him that while he was in prison he had studied Scientology, becoming a "theta" which Manson defined as being "clear".
Mansons activities as a pimp and forger and his years in prison certainly schooled him in his basic skills of an expert con man. But it may have been his expereinces with Rayner that provided him with some of his communication tools he used to manipulate the minds of his young followers.
www.lermanet.com /scientologyscandals/charlesmanson.htm   (5085 words)

  
 Charles Manson - Biography - AOL Music
A living, walking example of the hippie dream gone terribly awry, before Manson and his family went on the killing spree that virtually undermined and eventually destroyed the peaceful atmosphere of the Southern California community, the fledgling musician tried several times unsuccessfully to land a recording contract.
Throughout 1968 Manson made demo tapes with Gregg Jakobson and Terry Melcher and, with the influence of Dennis Wilson, came close to inking a deal with Brother Records, the imprint of the Beach Boys.
By 1969, however, Manson and his family of hippie outcasts had suitably scared away any potential recording contracts with their increasingly disturbing behavior and Manson never released an album of his work as a free man.
music.aol.com /artist/charles-manson/13603/biography   (452 words)

  
 Charles Manson and Scientology
Manson was introduced to Scientology by Lanier Rayner, one of his cell mate at the United States Penitentiary of McNeil Island, Washington, where he was assigned on July 1961.
Manson was dabbling in countless subjects and philosophies at the time and Scientology was a fairly new and fashionable mind development technique.
In 1966, a pre-release report mentions that Manson was not interested in Scientology anymore and apart for a few words and concepts he mixed with the Bible, the Beatles, Nietzsche, and his own fantasy, there is no trace of Scientology influence, much less that of the Church of Scientology (CoS), from this point onward.
bernie.cncfamily.com /sc/charles_manson_and_scientology.htm   (1152 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Charles Manson: Superstar: DVD: Zeena LaVey,Charles Manson,James N. Mason   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The history of the Manson cult and murders is really a fascinating one: the Beach Boys, the Beatles, Summer of Love, Berkeley free speech movement, the hippie/commune lifestyle, and (of course) lots of LSD all come together in the grisly story which brought the 60's to a tumltuous close.
Manson was a madman and still is; to hear him speak is to hear the logic of an uneducated clown who still actually turns up at his parole hearings.
Charles Manson as Himself, Nikolas Schreck as Narrator, Zeena LaVey as Narrator, James N. Mason as Himself, Charles Manson as Himself, Nikolas Schreck as Narrator, Zeena LaVey as Narrator, James N. Mason as Himself...
www.amazon.com /Charles-Manson-Superstar-Zeena-LaVey/dp/B00006FD9U   (1606 words)

  
 Charles Manson is a GOD!
Manson and his friends were a part of the rebellion of the sixties.
Manson’s preoccupation with pollution, ecology, and the well being of all wild creatures is familiar to anybody who has read or seen one of his interviews.
Manson’s philosophy is a philosophy of balance, ecology, living close to nature and understanding its laws; not creating unnatural lifestyles that poison and destroy the planet.
members.aol.com /KarolMay/manson.html   (2132 words)

  
 The Influence of the Beatles on Charles Manson
Manson interpreted the line "Your song will fill the air/ Sing it loud so I can hear you" to mean that he should make an album so that the peoples could find him (Manson), the returned Jesus Christ.
Manson interpreted the line "Sail across the Atlantic to where you belong" to mean that the Beatles should come to the USA to join his Family in Death Valley.
Manson interpreted the line "I'm in love but I'm lazy" to mean that Beatles loved Jesus Christ and believed him to be in Southern California ("magic of your Hollywood song") but were too lazy to search for him (now in the form of Charles Manson).
www.law.umkc.edu /faculty/projects/ftrials/manson/mansonbeatles.html   (1202 words)

  
 Charles Manson aka Jesus Christ
Charles Manson has led the Tate-LaBianca murders as Jesus Christ led the city of Jericho, town of Salem murders.
Because of this, both Manson and Christ have been the victims of injustice due to the courts and trials.
Charles Manson is also a human being like us, might we remind you.
www.angelfire.com /fl/lucifer666/charliechrist.html   (406 words)

  
 BBC - Crime Case Closed - Charles Manson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Self-styled guru and leader of the 1960s religious cult the Manson Family, Charles Manson is a convicted serial killer who never actually killed any of his victims himself.
The bearded figure of Manson was a charismatic and persuasive leader, whose apparent goal was to persuade his followers to embark on a murder spree in order to spark a racial war, after which only he and his Family would be left, along with fl slaves.
The trial of the fourth Tate and LaBianca suspect, Charles "Tex" Watson was delayed because of extradition proceedings until later in the year, when he was also found guilty of murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
www.bbc.co.uk /crime/caseclosed/charlesmanson.shtml   (1701 words)

  
 Charles Manson and the Solar Lodge of the O.T.O.
Charles Manson and the Solar Lodge of the O.T.O. Ordo Templi Orientis Phenomenon
In August 1969, Charles Manson's 'Family' committed their 'notorious' murders; at the same time the Solar Lodge was at the centre of a scandal.
Manson was undoubtedly eager to meet celebrities to further his musical ambitions and find someone to produce his guitar-playing; it is known that he contacted one of the Beach Boys, and Doris Day's son.
user.cyberlink.ch /~koenig/sunrise/manson.htm   (7553 words)

  
 www.CharlieManson.com - Charles Manson Music
There was a big stink over this due to Manson possibly making money off of it (he had written the material before the murders and after he had been released from prison).
White Zombie uses a lot of Manson quotes and related subject matter (Rob Zombie always puts an X on his forehead as well as the foreheads of his cartoon drawings).
Although the title may be a reference to Manson, the midpoint of the song is marked by a sample of Charles Manson himself singing "Helter Skelter" with Al Jourgensen (of Ministry) playing the main guitar riff.
www.charliemanson.com /music.htm   (1234 words)

  
 Spree Killer Charles Manson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charles Manson a bizarre, well-known, and feared criminal with a powerful ability to control his followers was responsible for the deaths of nine people, during a murderous rampage from July 25, 1969 through August 28, 1969.
The criminal history of the Manson family, the supplies, guns and stolen automobiles officers found during their October of 1969 Death Valley Barker ranch raids in.
Biographical description of Manson, the Tate-LaBianca murders, police investigation; Manson's desire to represent himself, the defendants attempted to interrupt the trial, Manson's two-hour statement on the witness stand.
www.karisable.com /skazmanson.htm   (1966 words)

  
 The Family
While waiting to be tried for the Tate and LaBianca murders, his court-appointed attorney Brian Reese remarked that Manson was an example of the "total failure of modern society..." As the leader of the Family he said he was Christ and Satan simultaneously.
She was approximately 5-12 feet away from him as Squeaky was in her realm of Mansonism.
Manson 's odd interpretation of the Beatles' song "Helter Skelter" warned of a coming race war in which "flie" would win.
www.mayhem.net /Crime/manson.html   (1613 words)

  
 ATWA.INFO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charles Manson is one of the last remaining true and honest children of the 60's.
Also consider that Charles Manson had no idea these people were to be killed in his name.
At it's inception - ATWA was Charles Manson and Charles Manson was ATWA.
www.atwa.info   (329 words)

  
 LIE: The Love & Terror Cult - The Music of Charles Manson
This CD contains demo recordings made by Charles Manson circa 1968, around a year before he and members of his "family" carried out and were convicted of the horrific murders of Sharon Tate, Jay Sebring, Abigail Folger, Wojciech Frykowski and Leno and Rosemary LaBianca.
As with most things Manson, there's a number of rumours and stories surrounding his musical career and this recording in relation to the murders at 10050 Cielo Drive on August 9th 1969.
Charles Manson was keen musician having been taught the steel guitar by infamous gangster Alvin "Old Creepy" Karpis (sole survivor of the Ma Barker gang) whilst in prison.
www.moviegrooves.com /shop/charlesmansonlie.htm   (768 words)

  
 Charles Manson
Charles Milles Manson (born November 11, 1934) was convicted of conspiracy to commit the murder of Sharon Tate and four friends.
In 1951, after a string of arrests and escapes Manson was sent to prison for driving a stolen car across state lines.
Manson had spent most of his adult life in jail, mostly for such offences as car theft and credit-card fraud.
www.mass-murderers.com /charles_manson.htm   (248 words)

  
 Charles Manson - Wikiquote
Charles Milles Manson (born 12 November 1934) is a convicted murderer, musician, and counter-cultural figure of the 1960's and 70's.
In the all that was said about me, it was not me saying it, and if you see a false prophet, it is only a reflection of your judgments, for in truth, it is motions, not words, that speak for the Manson family.
The House on the Hill - The Sixties, Manson and Helter Skelter
en.wikiquote.org /wiki/Charles_Manson   (2648 words)

  
 Urban Legends Reference Pages: Television (The Music Manson)
Charles Manson was paroled from the prison at Terminal Island, San Pedro, California (where he had been sent for stealing cars) in 1958.
Manson was sent to the United States Penitentiary at McNeil Island, Washington in 1961, where he spent five years before being transferred back to Terminal Island; after another year at Terminal Island he was paroled and released on
Since Manson was in prison between 1961 and 1967, he could not possibly have attended auditions held in 1965.
www.snopes.com /radiotv/tv/monkees.htm   (417 words)

  
 MANSON DIRECT. The site for the Charles Manson Truth. ATWA
Listen to Manson's words as he speaks to you.
Manson out of SHU and back into his regular housing unit.
A few good friends of Manson have obtained some original never released music and words by Manson and have released a brand new CD.
www.mansondirect.com   (521 words)

  
 Charles Manson
Charles Manson is by far the most famous of all murderers.
This film depicts the horrors of the Charles Manson "family" cult and the grisly murders of Sharon Tate and the La Bianca couple.
Considered to be the definitive documentary Manson and his infamous "family," CHARLES MANSON SUPERSTAR tells the killer's story with archival news footage, police photos, an uncensored interview with Manson himself.
scaryhorrormovies.com /charles_manson.htm   (210 words)

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