This won’t be funny to anyone else but I’m watching The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter and the narrator, who’s also the guy who’s showing all the crime scenes as they are today, found an old refrigerator in Barker Ranch (I think) and said, “Hey, we should write ‘helter skelter’ on it but spell it wrong.” It’s funny because that’s what the Family did at the LaBianca’s (more on them later) house after they killed Rosemary and Leno LaBianca. They spelled it ‘Healter Skelter’.

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Look, bitch, I have no mercy for you.
Susan Atkins to Sharon Tate as Tate begged for mercy for her unborn baby
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At about 11:45 p.m. on August 8, 1969, Steven Parent drove to 10050 Cielo Drive to sell a radio to William Garretson. Garretson was hired as a caretaker for this home, and was allowed to live in the guesthouse, by director Roman Polanski and his wife Sharon Tate. Just after midnight, Steven Parent left the guesthouse and walked back to his car.
At that moment, members of the Family were entering the property and planned to kill and rob the residents. On Parent’s way out, he stopped to push the button on the electronic gate for him to leave. When he rolled down his window, a dark hooded figure with a .22 revolver in one hand and a buck knife in the other stood in front of him. The figure, Tex Watson, yelled, “Halt!” and Steven Parent replied, “Please don’t hurt me. I won’t say anything.” Parent then raised his arm in front of his face, in self-defense, as Tex swung the knife at him, cutting off Parent’s wristwatch. Tex then shot Parent in the head and chest, four times in rapid succession.

At about 11:45 p.m. on August 8, 1969, Steven Parent drove to 10050 Cielo Drive to sell a radio to William Garretson. Garretson was hired as a caretaker for this home, and was allowed to live in the guesthouse, by director Roman Polanski and his wife Sharon Tate. Just after midnight, Steven Parent left the guesthouse and walked back to his car.

At that moment, members of the Family were entering the property and planned to kill and rob the residents. On Parent’s way out, he stopped to push the button on the electronic gate for him to leave. When he rolled down his window, a dark hooded figure with a .22 revolver in one hand and a buck knife in the other stood in front of him. The figure, Tex Watson, yelled, “Halt!” and Steven Parent replied, “Please don’t hurt me. I won’t say anything.” Parent then raised his arm in front of his face, in self-defense, as Tex swung the knife at him, cutting off Parent’s wristwatch. Tex then shot Parent in the head and chest, four times in rapid succession.

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Manson decided to fast-track Helter Skelter, to start a race war between the blacks and the whites, he woke up the girls in the middle of the night and told them to dress in all black. He told Tex, a member of the Family, to take the girls and take off; he told them where the bowl cutters were and how to get into Terry Melcher’s old house and how to get inside and he told them to “totally destory everyone in [it], as gruesome as you can” and also to kill everyone on that road that night. They snorted speed and right before they left, Manson stuck his head in the car and told them to “make it look witchy, do something witchy for them; write things on the walls, squish eyeballs on the walls.”

Manson decided to fast-track Helter Skelter, to start a race war between the blacks and the whites, he woke up the girls in the middle of the night and told them to dress in all black. He told Tex, a member of the Family, to take the girls and take off; he told them where the bowl cutters were and how to get into Terry Melcher’s old house and how to get inside and he told them to “totally destory everyone in [it], as gruesome as you can” and also to kill everyone on that road that night. They snorted speed and right before they left, Manson stuck his head in the car and told them to “make it look witchy, do something witchy for them; write things on the walls, squish eyeballs on the walls.”

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Bobby Beausoleil, a prominent member of the Family, was sent by Manson to Gary Hinman’s house to persuade him to give over money that Manson thought Hinman had inherited. Gary Hinman was friend of the Manson Family, a Buddhist, a musician and a drug dealer.
Hinman was held captive in his own house and tortured for days. At some point in these few days, Bobby called Manson. Later, Manson and another Family member, Bruce Davis showed up Hinman’s house. During the altercation, Manson famously sliced Hinman’s ear off with a sharp knife or sword and the girls who were there stitched it up with dental floss. Afterwards, they held a pillow over Hinman’s head and, while Hinman chanted the Buddhist chant, Bobby Beausoleil stabbed him to death.
Then the Family wrote the words “Political Piggy” on the wall in Hinman’s blood and also drew a pawprint to make it look like the Black Panthers had killed Hinman.

Bobby Beausoleil, a prominent member of the Family, was sent by Manson to Gary Hinman’s house to persuade him to give over money that Manson thought Hinman had inherited. Gary Hinman was friend of the Manson Family, a Buddhist, a musician and a drug dealer.

Hinman was held captive in his own house and tortured for days. At some point in these few days, Bobby called Manson. Later, Manson and another Family member, Bruce Davis showed up Hinman’s house. During the altercation, Manson famously sliced Hinman’s ear off with a sharp knife or sword and the girls who were there stitched it up with dental floss. Afterwards, they held a pillow over Hinman’s head and, while Hinman chanted the Buddhist chant, Bobby Beausoleil stabbed him to death.

Then the Family wrote the words “Political Piggy” on the wall in Hinman’s blood and also drew a pawprint to make it look like the Black Panthers had killed Hinman.

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Charles Manson originally wrote and performed a song called “Cease to Exist”. This song was later performed by The Beach Boys as “Never Learn Not to Love” with a few changed lyrics. They gave the songwriting credit to Dennis Wilson because they felt that Manson already got his money when he stole money from Dennis Wilson.

Charles Manson originally wrote and performed a song called “Cease to Exist”. This song was later performed by The Beach Boys as “Never Learn Not to Love” with a few changed lyrics. They gave the songwriting credit to Dennis Wilson because they felt that Manson already got his money when he stole money from Dennis Wilson.

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charlesmansonatwar:

coldbloodedkiller:

Contrary to popular belief, Charles Manson was never a doorman at Whiskey A Go Go and he never auditioned to be a member of the Monkees. He was actually in jail at the time that they were doing auditions.

Good story about the Whiskey is when Manson was paroled in 67 he tried to get jobs as a lounge singer and they all said that his songs were “too 1950’s” that the style has changed. They urged him to go watch the Grateful Dead play at the Whiskey and he did. He took LSD (he says it was the first time) and he danced until he passed out. When he woke up he was in an apartment with a lot of people; a lot whom became known as his “Family.”

charlesmansonatwar:

coldbloodedkiller:

Contrary to popular belief, Charles Manson was never a doorman at Whiskey A Go Go and he never auditioned to be a member of the Monkees. He was actually in jail at the time that they were doing auditions.

Good story about the Whiskey is when Manson was paroled in 67 he tried to get jobs as a lounge singer and they all said that his songs were “too 1950’s” that the style has changed. They urged him to go watch the Grateful Dead play at the Whiskey and he did. He took LSD (he says it was the first time) and he danced until he passed out. When he woke up he was in an apartment with a lot of people; a lot whom became known as his “Family.”

(via mansonmyth)

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Contrary to popular belief, Charles Manson was never a doorman at Whiskey A Go Go and he never auditioned to be a member of the Monkees. He was actually in jail at the time that they were doing auditions.

Contrary to popular belief, Charles Manson was never a doorman at Whiskey A Go Go and he never auditioned to be a member of the Monkees. He was actually in jail at the time that they were doing auditions.

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Jack the Ripper
The world’s first documented modern serial killer remains unidentified to this day. Also known as the Whitechapel Murderer and the Leather Apron, the Ripper only murdered five prostitutes.
The first woman was found by a police constable who, making his regular rounds, stumbled upon her body in the entrance to a stable yard. He noticed that her throat was slashed from ear to ear and her eyes were still wide open. The victim’s abdomen was partially ripped open by a deep, ragged wound. He called a doctor, who, given the warmth that remained in her arms, decided that the victim had been dead for no longer than a half hour. This means that she had been killed just minutes after the constable’s previous round.
The doctor was very confused on how the wounds were inflicted and whether or not the killer was left-handed:
If (the victim’s) throat were cut while she was erect and alive, a strong jet of blood would have spurted from the wound and probably deluged the front of her clothing. But in fact there was no blood at all on her breast or the corresponding part of her clothes. Some of the flow from the throat formed a small pool on the pavement beneath (her) neck and the rest was absorbed by the backs of the dress bodice and ulster. The blood from the abdominal wound largely collected in the loose tissues. Such a pattern proves that (her) injuries were inflicted when she was lying on her back and suggests that she may have already been dead.
Jack the Ripper’s first victim was Mary Ann “Polly” Nichols.

Jack the Ripper

The world’s first documented modern serial killer remains unidentified to this day. Also known as the Whitechapel Murderer and the Leather Apron, the Ripper only murdered five prostitutes.

The first woman was found by a police constable who, making his regular rounds, stumbled upon her body in the entrance to a stable yard. He noticed that her throat was slashed from ear to ear and her eyes were still wide open. The victim’s abdomen was partially ripped open by a deep, ragged wound. He called a doctor, who, given the warmth that remained in her arms, decided that the victim had been dead for no longer than a half hour. This means that she had been killed just minutes after the constable’s previous round.

The doctor was very confused on how the wounds were inflicted and whether or not the killer was left-handed:

If (the victim’s) throat were cut while she was erect and alive, a strong jet of blood would have spurted from the wound and probably deluged the front of her clothing. But in fact there was no blood at all on her breast or the corresponding part of her clothes. Some of the flow from the throat formed a small pool on the pavement beneath (her) neck and the rest was absorbed by the backs of the dress bodice and ulster. The blood from the abdominal wound largely collected in the loose tissues. Such a pattern proves that (her) injuries were inflicted when she was lying on her back and suggests that she may have already been dead.

Jack the Ripper’s first victim was Mary Ann “Polly” Nichols.

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We are all evil in some form or another, are we not?
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