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The Manson family is one significant product of the counterculture that existed in the United States in the 1960s where people identified as hippies would create their own communities, embrace sexual liberation, listen to psychedelic music, and use psychedelic drugs in order to explore altered states of consciousness. Led by Charles Manson, the group stood out among all other hippie groups as it comprised mostly young women who followed a leader that presented himself as the manifestation of Jesus. The...
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When I was eight years old, my father got to know and meet Charles Manson. I had no idea who this man was, but I understood that he must be someone very special since I heard of their meeting everywhere; on TV, on the radio and in social media. I asked my father what was so special about this man, but the only response I got was something like “he is someone I need to get to know to find...
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In the book “Charles Manson” by Andy Koopmans, it tells how Charles Manson was a troubled child and spent a lot of time in institutions and prison. He wasn’t raised to fight but grew up to be the most notorious serial killer in America. His mother was a single mom, she abandoned Charles at 12, she was in and out of jail for small crimes. He also was raised by his grandparents, but it was temporary. This is about his...
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A serial killer is defined as a killer who kills three or more people in the same way. By looking into the early lives and years of Ted Bundy, Charles Manson, Harold Shipman, and Dr. Jack Kevorkian the answer to the question “Are serial killers born or raise” is never truly uncovered but the direction it points is apparent. Most believe that serial killers are raised, while the lesser majority believes they are born, this being one of the psychological...
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Introduction to the Tate-Labianca Murders: Charles Manson's Helter Skelter It was called the summer of love, the last year of the 1960s. Little did anyone know that August 9th, 1969 would change the world for generations to come. On this night, four people left Spahn Ranch on the orders of Charles Manson to begin what Manson referred to as Helter Skelter. Helter Skelter was supposed to start a race war according to Manson and his family. On this night the...
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Beginning off the Manson family Charles Manson's release from prison in 1967 aged 32. First Charles gained his followers by manipulating young vulnerable people by learning the art of Avery Larson’s black mail, fortune and murder in prison from his many years spent in there, gathering a list with a total of 50 convictions. Starting his cult off with as many as 35 hippies, three quarters of them women, made up of Hitchhikers, runaways and lost souls, who were venturing...
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The crimes of Charles Manson Charles Manson (November 12, 1934 – November 19, 2017) was a famous serial killer and cult leader. His story has promoted many TV shows based around him, most famously, an episode of Mindhunter, and the hit TV show Aquarius. Let's get into his crimes and convictions! In 1967, he formed a Cult. This cult was infamously named the 'Manson Family'. His followers committed a series of 9 murders over 4 different locations in August and...
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“Death is the greatest form of love.” ― Charles Manson On November 12th, 1934 in Cincinnati, Ohio a baby boy was born to Kathleen Maddox. Kathleen was 16 at the time and an alleged prostitute. She gave the baby boy the name No Name Maddox until his name was changed when her mother named him after Kathleen’s father. His name would be Charles Miller Manson. When Charles was 4 his mother was charged with armed robbery, so he lived with...
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Introduction Susan Atkins was a member of the infamous 'Mason Family', where she was convicted of murdering eight people under the orders of Charles Mason. How Old was Susan Atkins when She Died? She was given the death sentence and lived the rest of her life from a jail cell until she died on September 24, 2009 at 61 (Jensen, 2011). The Attachment Theory, written by John Bowlby in 1988, is based on early adolescents and their relationships with parental...
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