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Charles Manson. Murders through a mad mans eyes By Albin and Brittany . The life of Charles Manson. Charles Manson was born on November,12,1934 in Cincinnati OH Burn as Charles Milles Maddox in which he lived with his mother Kathleen Maddox He was sent to prison the first time in 1952.

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charles manson

Charles Manson

Murders through a mad mans eyes

By Albin and Brittany

the life of charles manson
The life of Charles Manson

Charles Manson was born on November,12,1934 in Cincinnati OH

Burn as Charles Milles Maddox in which he lived with his mother Kathleen Maddox

He was sent to prison the first time in 1952

terry melcher
Terry Melcher
  • Terry owned a home that was leased to Roman Polanski and on August 9, the home was the site of the murder of Sharon Tate.
sharon tate
Sharon Tate
  • Sharon Tate was murdered on August 9, 1969 by the Mason family. She was eight and a half months pregnant, two weeks from giving birth. She was also married to a director, Roman Polanski. She was with her friends the night of the murder.
nixon on the mason case
Nixon on the Mason case?

Richard Nixon said on public T.V. that Charles Mason guilty before even the trial was over.

roman polanski
Roman Polanski.
  • Roman Polanski was married to Sharon Tate. He was also a director for the films, The Fearless of the Vampires. Which Sharon was playing a role on it.
  • An Academy Award-winning Polish film director, writer, actor and producer.
the murders of the family
The murders of the family
  • In the murder of Sharon Tate there was four people how where also murdered in the crime. Like Steven Parent, Jay Sebring, Wojciech Frykowski,and Tate's unborn child.
the beatles and manson
Manson

Beatles were urging black people to arise and revolt against the white

He saw the song as telling him that the Establishment needed "a damn good whacking”.

The Beatles

Blackbird singing in the dead of night/ Take these broken wings and learn to fly/ All your life/ You were only waiting for this moment to arise

In their styes with all their backing/ They don't care what goes on around/ In their eyes there's something lacking/ What they need's a damn good whacking

The Beatles and Manson
manson and the beach boys
Manson and the Beach boys
  • Dennis Wilson was the Beach Boys drummer
  • Dennis know Manson and let Manson live with him.
  • At the trial Dennis refuse to testify never said why
one happy killing family
One happy Killing Family
  • Manson bought a place called the Spahn Ranch in Chatsworth
  • Mary Brunner one of the first family members had the ability to make other of women live with him
  • Tex Watson was responsible of bring the family to the ranch
susan atkins
Susan Atkins
  • She was burn in San Gabriel, California
  • Atkins is the one in the Tate murder that wrote pigs on the door in blood
  • Atkins is in prison for life she was at a parole hearing in 2004 but was denied
charles tex watson
Charles “Tex” Watson
  • Watson was tried separately from the others in the murder
  • He got the death sentence but got out of it do to the Calif. Supreme Court that invalidates all death sentences prior to 1972
  • He has spent two-thirds of his life in prison