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Mary Brunner had a Bachelors degree in History from the University of Wisconsin and was working as a librarian at UC Berkeley when she met Manson in Brunner's life changed drastically once Manson became part of it.
She accepted his desire to sleep with other women, started doing drugs and soon left her job and began traveling with him around California.
She was instrumental in helping entice people they met to join the Manson Family. On April 1, , Brunner age 24 gave birth to Manson's third son, Valentine Michael Manson who he named after a character in Robert Heinlein's book "Stranger in a Strange Land.
On July 27, , Brunner was present when Bobby Beausoleil stabbed and killed Gary Hinman. She was later arrested for her involvement in the murder, however received immunity after agreeing to testify for the prosecution.
Her dedication to Manson remained after his incarceration for the Tate-LaBianca murders. On August 21, , not long after Manson was sentenced, Mary along with five other Manson family members, participated in a robbery at a Western Surplus store.
The police apprehended them in the act after an exchange of gunfire. The plan for the robbery was to obtain weapons, which could be used to hijack a jet and kill passengers by the hour until authorities released Manson from prison.
Bruner was convicted and sent to the California Institute for Women for a little over six years. It is said that after her release she cut communication with Manson, changed her name, regained custody of her son and is living somewhere in the Midwest.
Susan Bartrell joined the Manson family after the Tate-LaBianca murders, but before arrests in the case were made. She was arrested during the October 10, Barker Ranch raid and released.
She was present when Family member John Philip Haught aka Zero supposedly committed suicide while playing Russian roulette with a fully loaded pistol.
Bartrell stayed with the family until the early s. Watson went from being an "A" student in his Texas high school to being Charles Manson's right-hand man and a cold-blooded murderer.
He led the killing spree at both the Tate and LaBianca residences and participated in killing each member of both households.
Found guilty of killing seven people, Watson is now living his life out in prison, he is an ordained minister, married and father of three, and claims he feels remorse for those he murdered.
At age 22, self-proclaimed Manson family member, Leslie Van Houten, took part in the brutal murders of Leon and Rosemary LaBianca. She was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder and sentenced to death.
It was In , cult leader Charles Manson was sentenced to death for murdering two people and orchestrating the killings of seven others in August of In Manson was sentenced to death, but, following the abolition of capital punishment in California in , his sentence was commuted to life in prison.
He became eligible for parole in but was denied then as well as in numerous subsequent hearings. The murders inspired numerous books and movies, both documentary and fiction.
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Charles "Tex" Watson Susan Atkins Bobby Beausoleil Mary Brunner Bruce Davis Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme Sandra Good Steve "Clem" Grogan Barbara Hoyt Linda Kasabian Patricia Krenwinkel Catherine "Gypsy" Share Leslie Van Houten Paul Watkins.
Tate—LaBianca murders. Jay Sebring Donald Shea Sharon Tate. Marina Elizabeth Habe Ronald Hughes. Paul Watkins Gerald Ford Barbara Hoyt Charles Older.
Table of Contents Expand. Early Life. Second Imprisonment. The Family. Spahn Ranch. Helter Skelter. Tate and LaBianca Murders.
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In he married a local waitress named Rosalie Jean Willis. For a brief time he found honest employment and lived a quiet life.
He later convinced the pregnant Willis to move to Los Angeles. He stole a vehicle to drive them out west.
He got caught and Manson was sentenced to three years at Terminal Island, San Pedro, California. During his prison stay there, his wife met another man and was planning to divorce Charles.
Once he found out he tried to escape. He was caught and lost his chance at an upcoming parole. When Manson was released from prison he began pimping for a living and was caught forging a U.
In March , the court awarded Manson's body to his grandson, Jason Freeman, the only child of Charles Manson Jr. A resident of Bradenton, Florida, Freeman told a local news channel he planned to cremate his grandfather's body and scatter the ashes in an undisclosed location.
Still, just a teenager, in Manson began spending time in prison. Early on, before he discovered the benefits of being a "model prisoner," he was considered dangerous.
He would eventually spend half of the first 32 years of his life behind bars. Manson was described by probation reports as suffering from a "marked degree of rejection, instability and psychic trauma" and "constantly striving for status and securing some kind of love.
From , Manson was in and out of jail for a variety of offenses, including pimping and passing stolen checks, and he was sent to McNeil Island prison in Washington State for 10 years.
It was while he was incarcerated that Manson learned how to read music and play the guitar. We strive for accuracy and fairness.
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