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The Manson Interviews. (no not Marilyn !)

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posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 12:34 AM
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My first thread to the Gray area. I think finding Manson fascinating qualify's as unorthodox.

MANSON . He really is something else. Something else besides a homicidal maniac. From the first
time I ever noticed him on T.V. I have to admit, I find him fascinating. I will even go so far as to say
I understand the things he says. Most certainly he is not my hero, I have my own family, so please keep that clearly in mind. I know very well what he is. What I mean to say is, that where everyone is saying they only hear a raving lunatic. I actually know where he is coming from. Why he says the things he says, the way he says them. When he speaks he likes to get to the point as quickly as possible. He skips through conversations and if you don't follow then he
feels it's your fault for not following the conversation. He uses this to help him manipulate conversations and at the same time it allows him to feel he's smarter than you. He loves to
manipulate and power monger even a simple conversation.

Mansons parole hearings. I must have heard," manson up for parole ! " on the news at least ten times, since the late seventies. Then I heard it about ten years ago. Very odd I had heard that so many times before and thought nothing of it. Just, " So what they'll never let hts ass out". all of the sudden it hit me how utterly ridiculous the Media was for even anouncing that. I mean it suddenly
struck me as the funniest damn thing on the planet. I was calling friends up," Hey Mansons up for parole ya think he might make it this time?" Every person I would call, I mean I was getting the laughs. So whatcha you say we watch a couple interviews with Charlie. I not only find him fascinating but a complete crack up sometimes as well. Other times I almost feel sorry for him.
He never had it good that's for sure.



Now listen to your Raunt Charlie.

Some of these early clips you can tell he's really been out there for a long time.
The psychodelic psychosis from some very strong acid is almost a rage in his eyes.
I think this is when he is most frightening. I could not imagine ever turning my back on him.
Freeze this Clip at 38 secs.
Zoom in and look at the eyes.



Charles Manson parole hearing.
lmao. This really is laughable. these people
are serious that's the funny part . Can you imagine being on that parole board?
One friday at the end of a long day. Your boss says " I'll be picking you up early Monday for Mr. Mansons Parole hearing".

Wha wha you're kidding right ? Grin a little bit . Boss," No I wannna get there early,
talk to the guards, see if he's been noted for any good behavior you know".
I swear I would not be able to stop laughing. Then to see Charles manson walk out in front of a parole board?
Put me in a straight jacket, I'm on my back
lmao. In between laughs, I do my Jimmy Conners ," You can not be serious" Look over at one of the other members on the board, point my finger at manson completely red faced and choking on laughter. Sides aching and sober as a bird. I
make it over to Charlie, through my arm around him
and barely get out the words.
Your in on this to huh?

Then Charlie starts to get it and he starts rollin. Cause even he was starting to take it seriously. I just could never be on a parole board I guess. For sure not this one.



So what do you think about Manson?
What do you think about Mansons parole hearings?
How do yiou feel people?
Should Manson even be allowed parole hearings?
He likes em cause it gets him out of that cell.

You can check out a lot more on You tube.

[edit on 23-4-2010 by randyvs]




posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 02:33 AM
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Originally posted by randyvs


So what do you think about Manson?
What do you think about Mansons parole hearings?
How do yiou feel people?
Should Manson even be allowed parole hearings?
He likes em cause it gets him out of that cell.

You can check out a lot more on You tube.


He is/was an incredibly intelligent human being as well as incredibly dangerous because he sees right though people and immediately recognizes their weaknesses. There is much truth in what he says, he is brutally honest, humorous and deceptive at the same time.

I don't have the mind or training to keep up with the guy nor am I interested in studying him. I find it depressing as I'm reminded of what heinous crimes he was responsible for. I suppose if I was studying crime, criminal behavior or the mind he would certainly be a good subject.

He constantly mocks those at his hearings, but as he grows older he makes much less sense and he is not as sharp or coherent as he once was.

Of course he should have parole hearings as that was the law when he was convicted or at least when his sentence was commuted from death to life.

Anything that takes away the manotany of his daily routine is like a holiday for him - one that I'm certain he looks forward to for months. At one time he didn't want to deal with them, having anger for their control over his destiny. In time it appears he finally accepted his fate and kind of takes the best he can out of it. Knowing he's being taped and watched he gives his performance, which gives him some sense of satisfaction, it seems.

I imagine many of the prison guards especially in the past hated him even more because they had to deliver his letters and he had wads of them everyday. That's the kind of thing that really pisses of guards. Just the fact that they are the delivery boy for convicts who seem to have more fans then they'll ever have friends really burns some of them up.



[edit on 23-4-2010 by verylowfrequency]



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 05:18 AM
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He is/was an incredibly intelligent human being as well as incredibly dangerous because he sees right though people and immediately recognizes their weaknesses. There is much truth in what he says, he is brutally honest, humorous and deceptive at the same time.

An excellent post. Thank you.
These two friends of mine, their mom is retired corrections officer. She
knows him well I guess. She accepts his phone calls. She says pretty much what you said he is incredibly intelligent.

[edit on 24-4-2010 by randyvs]



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:47 PM
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he also used to be pretty good singer
you can look up some of his work on youtube



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 01:28 PM
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he also used to be pretty good singer


Really ? I will check that out. Thank you for posting.



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 01:31 PM
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The geezer is no different than peter madelson, of the labour party in uk, he is a hypnotist. There are plenty of them.

He just took what he knew and went of the deep end, he must of upset someone high up i assume.



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 01:46 PM
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Well you can't really go around claiming to be God without somebody
getting bent. At any rate Charlie does sing.




posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 01:59 PM
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I am no psychologist but I think he has all the features of a sociopath. That is probably also the reason why they do not let him go......he is not able to show honest regret for what he made these young people do.



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 02:20 PM
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Manson did not kill one person.

His girls did the killing because he went on and on about it and the girls thought they could impress him. It was his idea, but he did not go the nights of the killings, he was sitting at his ranch. The girls went and did the straight out cold blooded killing, and they weren't even ordered to.

He is no a homicidal maniac, that's impossible. He is not even a murderer. He has killed nobody. The media has tricked you into believing the opposite. He is no serial killer, or even any kind of killer for that matter. The girls did the killing.

Get your facts straight please. NOT A KILLER!

BUT - He was still a horrible man, and often had sex with his own children. You see on his ranch, they had daily orgies, and all children were required to participate in the orgies.

He would also use his own method of delivery for these children sex slaves. When one of the girls were pregnant and about to go into labor, he would simply make them stand up, and slice the vagina open for the babies to pop right out.

Sick and twisted man. BUT NOT A KILLER>

He actually did make some good music though.

Also I wanted to add, he has spent so much of his life in the hole. (in jail terms, the hole is where you have no light, no windows, and must sit in darkness for weeks, months, or even years at a time.)

The sick thing is, he enjoys is, like a deprivation tank, and he apparently turns the hole into some sort of desert where he is a king.

It's all very weird stuff.

[edit on 25-4-2010 by YissakharMelech]



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 02:32 PM
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Can you provide sources in egads to the pregnant girls and delivery? I've never read or heard such claims and have been reading about Charlie for the last 20 years. (not to mention I've birthed four children and I can't imagine slicing my vagina open would have resulted in an easier birth, the body just doesn't work that way)



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 02:38 PM
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It came from the mouth of one of the members during an old interview, I simply have to put it up on this post once I find it.

That's how he delivered the babies.

[edit on 25-4-2010 by YissakharMelech]



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 02:41 PM
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Please do, it's quite interesting. I always am intrigued by new info.



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 03:13 PM
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As I have stated in another thread (Have you ever met evil) I, my sister, and her friend went to the old Spawn Movies set in Santa Susana pass so they could rent horses to ride up in the canyons.

My sister and her friend walked down to talk with a few girls down with the horses. Within a short time, this dirty little scruffy guy joined the conversation with my sister. (I didn't learn until later it was Charles Manson.)

After just a few minutes, my sister quickly waved me over and I started to drive down to where they were talking. My sister and her friend looked quite scared and as I got closer, "the girls" tried to get between me and my sister and her friend.

I had been hunting jack rabbits earlier that morning, and not liking what I was seeing, reached into the back seat and grabbed my Belgium Browning 12 gauge auto and exited the vehicle, much to their surprise.

Feed that baby the 4 shells in my jacket pocket and chambered the first round and took aim at Charlie's head as I told my sister and her friend to get in the car. Charlie and "the girls" backed off quickly but the look Charlie gave me is something I'll never forget. You could tell he was evil by the look in his eyes. I could almost feel it!! He wanted me dead and I expected something might happen.

Can't put my finger on what it was , but I was more than happy to let my 12 gauge auto do the talking for me. All Charlie could say was "OK man, OK man". Once the three of us were back in my car, I hung a quick u-turn and put the peddle to the floor, leaving Charlie and his girls in a cloud of dust.

Didn't know at the time who he was but I might be traced through the license plate number on my car, so I carried and slept with my 9mm until I entered the US Army 2 months later, just in case. It was "the look".

A year or so later the gang was arrested for the Tate/LaBianca murders and my intuition regarding Charlie proved correct. There was just something about the way he looked at me.

Maybe more than a few others ran into Charlie and his girls, never to be seen again.

Authorities are still looking for more bodies in the canyons to this day.

[edit on 25-4-2010 by Oldnslo]



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 03:52 PM
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I'll tellya what really yanks my chain concerning Charlie. I have ONE-in-a-series-of-THREE books titled SINISTER FORCES written by Peter Levenda. In 'A Grimoire of American Witchcraft'... Levenda states that Charlie had twice (perhaps more) crossed paths with the CIA (as a person studied and tested by them)... which stem back to when he was incarcerated a couple times back in his youth. Why is it the judicial system has no problem holding Charlie accountable for the crimes of others... but doesn't feel the need to hold the CIA accountable for the role they played in helping to make a folk legend out of this guy?

[edit on 25/4/2010 by Hedera Helix]



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 04:04 PM
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Originally posted by randyvs
So what do you think about Manson?
What do you think about Mansons parole hearings?
How do yiou feel people?
Should Manson even be allowed parole hearings?
He likes em cause it gets him out of that cell.


when i found out about manson i was really fascinated by him, i had to read about him and watch almost every interview. alot of what he says makes perfect sense even though it was in the 70s and 80s... he even got me to alsmot think that he done nothing wrong, but hes a con man and thats what hes good at. i wouldnt blame him though, he spent his whole life in the streets, and he had to adapt in order to survive.

the parole hearings are funny, it seems like they know they wont let him out but they just want to hear him anyway lol

and yes, he should get parole hearings and maybe released in 2012.

i had charles manson on my signiture for a while now, its a nice quote...

(gd post S&F:up



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 04:08 PM
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If you know about secret societies, they sing too, singing is an old way the pagans used to use to project out what they want.

The pagan religions have always used song, and singing for this.

Manson is no different than the people in secret societies like peter mandelson, who is also a hypnotist. Whats the difference, manson must of upset the wrong person.



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 04:13 PM
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I remember hearing some pretty unusual interpretations for the early Beatles lyrics in my time, but those attributed to Charley by the media take the cake.
This man should NEVER be allowed near a cell phone again!!!!!



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 06:34 PM
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He's a very intelligent man, his life is a result of his upbringing.

He was born to an alcoholic mother who literally sold him away for a beer. For real. From then on he was a street kid until his pre-teens when he was thrown in jail. There he was raped and abused and locked in isolation, released in his mid 20s, he went and did what anybody else in that position would do, find girls.

The only problem was, all the evil he learned in jail, he applied everywhere he went, until he had a following.

Now, he never killed anybody, a few gunfights over drugs, he ripped off somebody's ear and that's about it, he never actually killed anybody.

His "girls" went out and did the killings without orders, in order to gain the respect of manson.

Manson never actually killed anybody, and although I have no problems with him behind bars, his name really should be cleared.

A smart man like that should get the respect he deserves. Keep him in jail for being involved, but let him make music and talk about his opinions. He is no serial killer.



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 06:37 PM
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I'm having a hard time finding the exact video, but I think it was the documentary from 1972, with the manson family footage.

The women actually enjoyed his birth delivering method, they would be standing upright, so the baby could fall right into somebody's hands, and they were most likely doped up at the time manson sliced them up there. It was a very fast way of delivering a baby.

I will continue to look for the video. But I am dead right about it.

It was the way manson did it.

The sad part was, what would happen to the children a couple years after birth. They were given drugs and forced to join the regular orgies. Not a pretty picture, and that's the reason I feel manson should be in jail, not because of sharon tate, that was his "girls" own responsibility.


[edit on 25-4-2010 by YissakharMelech]



posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 06:51 PM
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the video you're looking for has been removed due to copyright issues, but it comes from robert hendrickson's documentary.

basically manson would only slice a bit to make the whole bigger, and it works...



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