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  1. The Truth About Charles Manson

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    On November 19th, 2017, the infamous Manson family cult leader Charles Manson died at the age of 83. While discussing the Manson Family provokes flashbacks to the gruesome murders in August 1969 by Manson’s followers, very few people examine the backstory which leads to these types of tragedies. You cannot understand Charles Manson as an adult without understanding what happened to him in his childhood. What is the truth about Charles Manson?

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  2. Mass Murderer Charles Manson’s 1987 Interview In San Quentin Prison | TODAY

    Mass murderer Charles Manson died from natural causes at age 83. In 1987, TODAY spoke to him while he was serving his life sentence for murder in San Quentin prison. » Subscribe to TODAY: » Watch the latest from TODAY:

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  3. A Horde Of Bats, Charles Manson, And The Pack Of Beer He Was Traded For

    Join hosts Ben Collins and Gideon Resnick as they talk about the crazy conspiracies surrounding the infamous Charles Manson murders and the man who preached about the connections to the Illuminati and satanism. Our co-host Erin is away this week so they have a guest co-host, the angelic and wonderful Zandy Hartig (@zandywithaz). They also interview Jesse Walker (@notjessewalker), books editor of Reason magazine and the author of “The United States of Paranoia.” Recorded 4/13/2017; Edited by Elizabeth Brockway.

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  4. Charles Manson’s Hollywood, Part 2: Charlie Manson Finds His Family — Karina Longworth

    Today we’re tracing Charles Manson’s life from his birth to a teenage con artist, through multiple stints in reform schools and prisons, and finally to San Francisco circa 1967, where Manson began to try out his guru act on the local hippie kids, and started to form the "family" that he’d eventually migrate with to Los Angeles. We’ll explain how Manson cobbled together a dogma and worldview from a number of disparate sources — including pimps he met in prison, the devout Christians in his family, San Francisco activists The Diggers, Dale Carnegie and Scientology — and describe how and why he was an appealing figure to young women floating around the Bay Area in the late 1960s.

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  5. Charles Manson’s Hollywood Part 3: The Beach Boys, Dennis Wilson and Manson the songwriter — Karina Longworth

    Show Notes:Today’s special guests include Nate DiMeo of The Memory Palace, who returned as Charles Manson, and Noah Segan as Dennis Wilson. This episode includes many scraps of audio from Dennis Wilson’s extraordinary solo albums, Pacific Ocean Blue and Bambu — as much as I could reasonably fit in without egregiously violating copyright. If you like what you hear, these records are available as a single set on iTunes. In addition to our previously cited sources (particularly Waiting For the Sun), here is a bibliography specific to this episode: Closing of club ignited ‘Sunset Strip Riots,’ LA Times, August 5, 2007Dennis Wilson and Charles Manson, National Post, June 13, 2012The Death of a Beach Boy, People Weekly, January 16, 1984On The Road With The New Hollywood (The Making of Two Lane Blacktop), Show, March 1971Dennis Wilson: The Mayor of Washington Boulevard, The Guardian, December 31, 2013

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