The things that make Marilyn Manson unique are his style and his music. His style is really creepy while his music is hardcore, profound, and controversial. The most memorable moments in Manson's life are when his songs became big hits, and he has also been in several movies and shows. Also, Manson had shifted his focus from music to art for a period of time. The life experiences of Marilyn Manson are demonstrated in his songs: “15”, “Better of Two Evils”, and “WoW”.
Marilyn Manson, originally named Brian Warner, was born on January 5, 1969. He grew up in Canton, Ohio. He was the only child of Barbara Warner and Hugh Warner. Marilyn Manson had a very troubled childhood. He grew up spending most of his time at his grandparents house, and he was enrolled in a very strict Catholic school. When Manson was a child he got molested by his neighbor. When Manson reported him, the neighbor was sent to military school, and later killed Manson's dog in vengeance. Manson once found a fetus in a coffee jar in a lot across the street from where he lived. Manson attended Heritage Christian School from first to tenth grade. However, the fear instilled there in a sensitive youth by certain “educators” was a strong influence in shaping his later attitudes and behavior. The more they terrorized him about what to avoid in life or be forever damned, and how to conform to their extreme version of Christian doctrine, the more he was attracted to expressing his individuality and seeking out the taboos they had identified. He joined a new school in Canton, GlenOak High, graduating in 1987, then moved with his family to Florida. There he studied Journalism and Theater at Broward Community College. While at college, Manson was Assistant Entertainment Editor for Broward's student paper, The Observer.
After college, he successfully applied to be a Staff Writer at Fort Lauderdale's 25th Parallel Magazine, later advancing to Associate Editor, while forming the band Marilyn Manson And...
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