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Anyway, that is my ramble tonight. Manson is very interesting just like Jim Jones and others that play power games with no real sense of fitting in to the rest of the world. I think their difficulty is something emotional along the lines of jealousy and lack of gratitude.
I woke up terrified the night I finished the book. I was convinced Charlie was in my bedroom. I think I woke my parents up. That was a poor selection for bedtime-reading.
Er uh, when you say you have your "own family".... ?
They should give him a guitar. He is mentally ill. He should get a bit of mercy.
Originally posted by Conclusion
I have been watching a lot of interviews. While some of his actions seem to be quirky, his answers are very substantial. In one interview the lady asked him how he would provide for himself if he got out of prison. His reply was in the form of a question. He asked, "How do deers provide for themselves?"
That was a great answer.
When the "family" lived on Gresham St. just off DeSoto Avenue in Chatsworth, there were many complaints about his girls "Dumpster Diving" for food behind the market and restaurants down the street @ Roscoe Blvd and DeSoto. They were known by LAPD before all the pieces came together and the one girl turned against the family.
He's very intelligent but used it to con anyone he could. Including jailers.
Manson should to be pushin' daisies, not walking the streets with the unsuspecting public.
Have you guys ever read though - during the trial, it came out this stuff about how he'd take the family to the desert, he was looking for a way IN under the mountain that he was saying was there - some of that stuff was really ...like...dulce...strange.