A California prison panel denied Charles Manson's bid for parole on April 11. He has been denied parole 11 times since being sentenced to death in 1969 for the murder of actress Sharon Tate and six others.
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Coffee heiress Abigail Folger and director Voityck Frykowsky, seen here in NY in 1968, were both among the victims of the multiple murder at the home of actress Sharon Tate Aug. 9, 1969. Frokowsky's mother has told newsmen he loved Miss Folger but wouldn't marry her "because she was rich." (AP Photo)
The body of actress Sharon Tate is taken from her rented house on Cielo Drive in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Aug. 9, 1969. Tate, who was eight months pregnant, and four other persons were found murdered by American cult-leader Charles Manson and his followers. Tate, the wife of director Roman Polanski, was born in 1943. (AP Photo)
This file photo shows Charles Manson being escorted to his arraignment on conspiracy-murder charges in connection with the Sharon Tate murder case. Forty years ago, Manson "family" members were kids. Vulnerable, alienated, running away from a world wracked by war and rebellion. They turned to a cult leader for love and wound up tied to a web of unimaginable evil, and now, on the brink of old age, they are the haunted. (AP Photo, File)
In this Aug. 1970 file photo, Charles Manson followers, from left: Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten walk to court to appear for their roles in the 1969 cult killings of seven people, including pregnant actress Sharon Tate, in Los Angeles, Calif. California parole officials on Tuesday, July 15, 2008 considered releasing Atkins, who is dying of brain cancer, from prison, but the governor and others said her decades-old crimes were too brutal for her to be shown such mercy. (AP Photo)
Members of Charles Manson's "family" who showed up for the arraignment of cult member Patricia Krenwinkel are shown, Feb. 24, 1970. From left: Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, Sandra Good, Mark Ross, Paul Watkins and Catherine "Gypsy" Share holding Catherine Good's son Ivan. (AP Photo/George Brich)
Four young women members of the Charles Manson "family" kneel on the sidewalk outside the Los Angeles at Hall of Justice, March 29, 1971 with their heads shaved. They've kept a vigil at the building throughout the long trial in which Manson and three other women were convicted of slaying actress Sharon Tate and six others. Left to right: Cathy Gillies, Kitty Lutesinger, Sandy Good, Brenda McCann. Jurors were believed near a verdict on the penalty to be imposed on the defendants. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)
This is the Spahn movie ranch near Chatsworth, a Los Angeles suburb, shown Dec. 11, 1969, where Charles Manson and his \"family\" of hippies lived at the time actress Sharon Tate and seven others were slain. (AP Photo)
Charles "Tex" Watson is led back to jail from a courtroom in Los Angeles, Oct. 12, 1971, after he was convicted of seven counts of first-degree murder and one of conspiracy to commit murder in the Tate-LaBianca slayings. Watson, a member of the Charles Manson "family," was the last of five defendants to be convicted in the slayings. (AP-Photo)
Vincent Bugliosi (right), chief prosecutor in the trial of Manson and three young women, talk with newsmen outside the courtroom in Los Angeles on Jan. 25, 1971 after the four defendants were found guilty of first degree murder. (AP Photo/WF)
Convicted killer Charles Manson at his parole hearing at San Quentin, California in 1985. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Charles Manson clowns around as he is led to his cell upon the conclusion of his exclusive interview with Reuters. Charles Manson clowns around as he is led to his cell upon the conclusion of his exclusive interview with Reuters August 25, 1989. Reuters/Calvin Hom
A photo provided by the California Department of Corrections shows 77-year-old serial killer Charles Manson Wed., April 4, 2012. Manson will have an April 11, 2011 parole hearing in California. (AP Photos/California Department of Corrections)