It is likely people stumbling upon the property fell victim to the cruelty and butchery simply by being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Charles Manson is still in prison and will remain their although he is eligible for parole in 2026.
Charles Manson Fact Sheet: Who was Charles Manson? The following short biography and fact sheet provides interesting facts about the life, times and history of Charles Manson.
Charles Manson Fact File Biography: Lifespan: 1934 - present *** Full Name: Charles Milles Maddox/Manson *** Occupation: American Criminal *** Date of Birth: Charles Manson was born on November 12th 1934 *** Place of Birth: Charles Manson was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. *** Family background: His father was Walker Scott and his mother was Kathleen Maddox who later married William Manson. His mother became pregnant at sixteen years of age and although Scott has been named as his father although it was not medical proved. The marriage to Manson would also apparently be short lived *** Early life and childhood: He grew up in a very unstable environment, it is thought his mother was a heavy drinker and had spent time in prison herself, she was in and out of Charles life *** Education: Charles Manson may have attended school, he was placed by the court into Gibault School for Boys in Terre Haute, Indiana but ran away after ten months only to be rejected by his own mother ***
Charles Manson Fact 1:
Charles Manson was born on November
12th 1934 and during the 30th
century period in history when such
things as cultural homogenization
through development in
transportation and communications
technology as well as world
population grown are all major
issues in this century.
Charles Manson Fact 9: By 1955 he had married a hospital waitress, Rosalie Jean Willis. In October of that year, he stole a car in Ohio and with his pregnant wife traveled to Los Angeles where he was charged again with a federal crime of driving a stolen car across state lines. He received a five year probation sentence however his probation would be revoked for nonappearance and he was sentenced to a term of three years at Terminal Island in California.
Charles Manson Fact 10: His
wife gave birth to his son while he
was in prison and although she
visited initially he would later be
told by his mother she was living
with another man. He attempted
another escape and his parole would
Charles Manson Fact 16: The following night, headed by Charles Manson himself, the Family again invaded another home, this time the home of a supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary, and murdered the couple.
Charles Manson Fact 17: It would be some time before the two cases were linked but eventually they would be and arrests made.
Charles Manson Fact 18:
Mansonís so called Family, largely
consisted of more women than men but
they were still as brutal.
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