Charles Manson still draws attention
"People seem to be fascinated by things that are strange and bizarre," says Vincent Bugliosi from his Los Angeles area living room.
"This is an unusual case. It's not a whodunnit. This is a why dunnit," says Brian Davis, the host of the Internet radio channel TLB, which stands for Tate La Bianca. Davis operates the channel, which has an irregular schedule and averages a few hundred listeners, from his home in Roanoke, Virginia.
August 9 marks the 45th anniversary of the murders of Sharon Tate and four others on Cielo Drive in the Benedict Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles. Tate, who was 8 months pregnant and married to movie director Roman Polanski, was stabbed 16 times as she Air Max 95 White Neon Yellow
Davis says he has been studying the Manson case off and on for 10 years and labels himself Air Max Deluxe as "down the middle." He thinks a lot of the Manson image was created by Bugliosi and the media, and he wonders if Manson really brainwashed the killers.
"I was a kid when he was involved in these crimes," says Forde, who grew up in County Cork, Ireland. "It's just been a fascination for me ever since."
stare and the swastika on his forehead.
A few miles away, Scott Michaels is hosting his weekly "Helter Skelter Tragical History Tour." For $65 each Saturday, you can buy a bus seat to see where the murders took place, as Michaels tells the story of the Manson Family murder spree.
"We have people from around the world that sign up," says Michaels. "We added an additional anniversary tour, which is sold out."
"The name Manson has become a metaphor for evil, and there's a side of human nature that's fascinated by pure unalloyed evil," says Bugliosi.
Bugliosi is the man who prosecuted Manson and his "family" and co wrote the book "Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders." With more than 7 million copies sold, it is still the best selling true crime book.
Manson, who turns 80 in November, has been denied parole 12 times. His next parole hearing isn't scheduled until 2027, when, if he's still alive, he'll be Air Max Shoes Images
Since then, Charles Manson, who was convicted of orchestrating the murders, has been the focus of continued fascination.
92 years old.
There are, however, people who continue to support Manson. He has received more mail than any other inmate in state history. According to California's Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Manson still gets about 35 letters a week. Manson's Facebook page has 70,000 "likes."
Bugliosi believes people are still fascinated by the Tate LaBianca murders for two reasons: the gruesome nature of the murders and the lasting image people have of Charles Manson, with the maniacal Air Max Flyknit On Feet
"I don't think Manson ordered those murders," he says.
"His eyes just stand out and look crazy," says Debbie Roberts, who was visiting the museum from Kentucky. "I can see how people followed him."
pleaded for the life of her unborn child. The next night, supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and Rosemary LaBianca were tortured and killed inside their home near Hollywood.
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