Charles Manson assembles a destructive, doomsday cult around himself. They call themselves The Family. It had people in excess of one hundred individuals of the Spahn Ranch some thirty miles northwest of Los Angeles, CA. As the family's guru, he claimed to be a reincarnation of Jesus Christ. Manson was concerned about damage to the environment and pollution. He once commented: "Your water’s dying. Your life is in that cup. Your trees are dying. Your wildlife is locked up in zoos. You are in the zoo, Man. How do you feel about it? (Charles Manson)” Charles Manson was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Charles mother was not capable to taken care of him and he spends most of his youth at the homes of various relatives and often at special reform schools and boys homes. At the age of nine years old, he started stealing and soon added burglary and stealing care to his repertoire. Charles Manson ran away from home at the age of fifteen. He spends the next few decades drinking too much with periods spent in jail. In nineteen fifty-four, he was released from jail on parole after unusual bout of good behavior.
Charles Manson got married in nineteen fifty-four at the age of nineteen to Rosalie Willis. They had son together names Charles Manson Jr. born March of nineteen fifty-six. In April nineteen fifty-six, he again was sent to prison. He got a divorce from his wife in June of nineteen fifty-seven. Charles Manson was then released from jail in nineteen fifty-eight and began pimping, stealing checks from mailboxes, and conned a young women out of money. He then later married again to a woman named Leona and fathered a second son, Charles Luther Manson. He was again arrested on June first, nineteen sixty and sent to McNeil Penitentiary off the coast of Washington. His wife soon divorced him.
Manson spent the next six years in prison where he became good friends with Alvin “Creepy” Karpis and he learned how to play the steel guitar. He became obsessed with...
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