In this 1976 interview, Manson family member Susan Atkins, then 28, describes life as one of “Charlie’s Girls” and the nine murders she was involved in.
Despite being locked up for life, Charles Manson continues to seek the attention of the public.
Enjoy another one of Manson’s classic tirades. You may find, gentle readers, that the powerful, cutting words of this cult leader and convicted murderer on the subject of serial killer Ted Bundy, who was executed in the weeks prior to the interview, will likely stay with you for the rest of your life — or not.
Charles Manson wants to reach out and touch people … from prison. The 78-year-old cult leader has been busted with cell phones in his prison cell twice already. This week, a Manson devotee was arrested for trying to smuggle another yet another phone to Manson behind bars.
On January 25, 1971, Charles Manson was convicted on seven counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder, for his role in trying to start a race war with the bloody Tate and LaBianca murders.
The Los Angeles police department is investigating the possibility that the Manson Family may have been involved in more murders than they were tried for.