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The true story behind the most infamous mass murder case ever and its perpetrator the notorious criminal Charles MansonOn August 9th 1969 seven people were found shot stabbed and bludgeoned to death So the simple fact is this man is crazier than a sh•t house rat He's disturbing and sick And is his 80 year old nasty self still married to some 20 something year old I'm not showing pictures I don't even want to do a review thinking some freaks are still out there and will come for us all And don't get me started on those crazy girls of his well the whole crew but still We are off to be charged with murder and we don't care at all like my little jingle The book is filled with pictures of all kinds of things some disturbing Lets just call this disturbing and call it a day No I want to add some excerpts of one of the crazy heads She was like telling all of her stuff to a lady in jail Of course if freaked the lady prisoner out but that goes without saying Virginia asked her Well did you do itSusan looked at her and smiled and said Sure Just like that Only the police had it wrong she said They had her holding the man while the boy stabbed him which was silly because she couldn't hold a big man like that It was the other way round; the boy held him and she had stabbed him four or five times What stunned Virginia she would later say was that Susan described it just like it was a perfectly natural thing to do every day of the weekSusan's conversations were not limited to murder Subjects ranged from psychic phenomena to her experiences as a topless dancer in San Francisco It was while there she told Virginia that she met a man this Charlie He was the strongest man alive He had been in prison but had never been broken Susan said she followed his orders without uestion they all did all the kids who lived with him He was their father their leader their love It was Charlie she said who had given her the name Sadie Mae Glutz ••••••• You know there's a case right now they are so far off track they don't even know what's happeningVirginia asked What are you talking aboutThat one on Benedict CanyonBenedict Canyon You don't mean Sharon TateYeah With this Susan seemed to get very excited The words came out in a rush You know who did it don't youNoWell you're looking at herVirginia gasped You've got to be kiddingSusan just smiled and said Huh uhShe asked the big uestion first Why Sadie why Because Susan replied we wanted to do a crime that would shock the world that the world would have to stand up and take notice But why the Tate house Susan's answer was chilling in its simplicity It is isolated The place had been picked at random I mean seriously The book tells in detail about the day the people were found all of the records that could be told how they found the freaks and arrested them how things were done to different people It's pretty graphic and then we go through the court cases Anyway if you wanted to know about what all went down then this is the bookMY BLOG Melissa Martin's Reading List

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Helter Skelter The True Story of The Manson MurdersEn and women kill again and again with no trace of remorse Did the murders continue even after Manson's imprisonmentNo matter how much you think you know about this case this book will still shock yo My high school US history class textbook was Bloodletters and Badmen A Narrative Encyclopedia of American Criminals from the Pilgrims to the Present It was an interesting yet very enlightening way to study the development of the US Think about it I also attribute this one course for my insatiable desire to read crime novels fiction or non For our final grade we had to read Helter Skelter The True Story of the Manson Murders by Vincent Bugliosi It's banned in many high schools now but we were hmmmm tougher back them Bugliosi was the Deputy DA in charge of prosecuting the Manson clan for the Tate murders He wrote the book shortly afterward and goes into vivid graphic detail of the crimes the scene the testimony the police background information It is incredible stuff The fact that Bugliosi was able to get a lifetime conviction for Manson who wasn't there and never actually committed a crime says a lot about Bugliosi's skill the fear in America at the time and the nature of the US court system This is a fascinating read anytime as relevant today as it was then but is exceptionally good at Halloween

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read doc Ù Helter Skelter The True Story of The Manson Murders ☆ Paperback ☆ vincent bugliosi ò The true story behind the most infamous mass murder case ever and its perpetrator the notorious criminal Charles MansonOn August 9th 1969 seven people were found shot In Los Angeles America watched in fascinated horror as the killers were tried and convicted But the real uestions went unanswered How did Manson make his 'family' kill for him What made these young m It was so uiet one of the killers would later say you could almost hear the sound of ice rattling in cocktail shakers in the homes way down in the canyonThe canyons above Hollywood and Beverly Hills play tricks with sounds  A noise clearly audible a mile away may be indistinguishable at a few hundred feetIt was hot that nightBefore the sun rose on August 9 1969 in Bel Air at 10050 Cielo Drive five people lay horrifically and brutally slain  Some would say that since one of the victims was in the final stages of pregnancy  that the actual count was six  What was not in doubt was that 10050 Cielo Drive looked like a human slaughterhouse  On the front door written in the blood of one of the victims later determined to be that of Sharon Tate was the word “Pig”  The Los Angeles Police Department found no evidence of sexual molestation or mutilation There were no indications of ransacking or robbery  No apparent motive could be foundThe following night of August 101969 two victims were found at 3301 Waverly Drive both brutally slaughtered  Writing in blood appeared in three places; on the living room wall were the words “Death to Pigs” to the left of the front door was the single word “Rise” and on the refrigerator were the two words “Healter Skelter” the first of which was clearly misspelled  No obvious motive presented itself to detectivesThere had been a previous single victim of a similar vicious attack on July 31 1969 on 964 Old Topanga Road in Malibu  One Gary Hinman a thirty four year old music teacher had been found stabbed to death  On the wall in the living room not far from Hinman’s body were the words “Political Piggy” printed in the victim’s blood  In this case officers from the Los Angeles Sheriff's Office  had a suspect in custody  One Bobby Beausoleil a young hippie musician had been caught driving a car belonging to Hinman with blood on his shirt and trousers  Since this arrest had occurred on August 61969 he was in custody during the perpetration of the other two crimes however it was possible that he had not acted alone  He had been living at an old movie ranch with a bunch of other hippies  Their leader a guy named Charlie had apparently convinced them all that he was Jesus Christ Despite the obvious similarities in these crimes it would be months before the LAPD acknowledged there was a connectionOn November 18 1969 Vincent Bugliosi age thirty five was handed the job of prosecuting the perpetrators of  the slayings at Cielo and Waverly DriveDuring the course of his investigation and preparation for the trial  Vincent Bugliosi came to believe that Charles Manson was as responsible for the killings as the people who had actually done the slaying  In fact Bugliosi was convinced that the only reason the killings had happened at all was because Manson had commanded it Now he had to prove itAmong the many barriers that Bugliosi had to overcome in order for justice to be served wereVery little tangible evidence had been recovered from the crime scenesStatements made by “family” members who were involved in the slaying had to be handled with tender gloves due to Aranda which basically says that the prosecution may not admit into evidence any statement made by a defendant that would indict a co defendant  Therefore any intelligence garnered through these means had to be independently corroborated in some other way before it could be introduced into evidence The bumblings mishandling lack of follow up and general apathy of the LAPDAbsence of an obvious believable motive  Bugliosi was certain he knew what it was but who was going to believe that Manson thought the Beatles were talking specifically to him through the lyrics of their White Album  or that Helter Skelter was in essence the time when the the black people would rise up in rage against the whites and that he Manson was the catalyst of that eventLack of sleep and exhaustion  There was simply not enough time to achieve everything that had to be doneA widespread pervasive atmosphere of fear that enveloped everyone even remotely connected to this case Not as it turned out entirely unfoundedWitnesses people of interest and even released suspects who fled LA and could either not be located or proved difficult to have returnedEven though Charles Manson did not get his own hands dirty Bugliosi still needed to prove that the actual killers had acted on his command  The outrageous courtroom antics of Manson his “family” and his attorney all aimed at disrupting proceedings and ultimately causing a mistrial Lest we forget the victimsSharon TateHer unborn yet fully formed babyJay SebringVoytek FrykowskiAbigail FolgerSteve ParentLeno LaBiancaRosemary LaBiancaGary HinmanThe bulk of this book is all about the investigation and preparation for the trials of Charles Manson and his family as well as the trials themselves  As such it is full of detail and as repetitious as the circumstances dictate  Even though I thought that I possessed a good understanding of this crime prior to reading this I was wrong  My mind is still swimming with all the things that I either misunderstood or had no knowledge of at all  I am glad therefore that the record has been set straight I have avoided going into the grizzly details of these horrific crimes but be forewarned that the book makes no such claim  The brutality visited upon every victim is laid out before you in graphic detail Sadly the world lost Vincent Bugliosi in June of last year  May he forever rest in peace4  horror and contrarily respect filled stars