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    troubled young mother who often drank, committed minor crimes, and was constantly with another man, searching for an appropriate father for Charles after his father abandoned them. He also discusses Charles’ tendencies towards violence as a child and includes testimonies from family members and other people who knew Manson as a child. Chapters 4, 5, and 6: As Manson approached an end towards his teenage years, he developed a taste for crime and was arrested for theft. After his release he met…

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    Charles Manson was a man who knew how to persuade people to do his bidding for him, and get what he wanted. Charles Manson became a guru after getting out of jail in the latter part of the 1960s, and would tell his followers that they were the reincarnation of the original Christians and that the establishment was playing the part of the Romans. While he did not outright say so, he told these people that he was Christ and had visions of being crucified. The female followers were all…

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    Charles Manson once said “I am not a bad person, I am a good person.” Charles Manson was born on November 19, 1934, he is still alive to this day. During Charles Manson’s early years he began to write and perform songs . As he got older he started doing petty crimes which most likely lead to his becoming a serial killer. Charles Manson became unstable through the use of drugs, and he also lived an unconventional life, which might be one of the reasons he became a serial killer. In Manson's…

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    Charles Manson was born on November 12,1934 in Ohio. He is known for his notorious killings of Hollywood stars. He was interviewed by Tom Snyder about his life before and after he was prosecuted for the crimes he committed. In the interview, the relationship caused the interview to lose its credibility. In the interview both Snyder and Manson insulted one another while asking and answering questions. While asking a question,at the beginning of the interview, Snyder identified Manson as a maniac…

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    Composers are no longer only middle aged, white men who play violin, piano and write music by hand. In today’s time, composers are producers who create music through their computer such as Pharrell Williams and Erick Arc Elliot of the Flatbush Zombies. Both of these producers repeatedly create some of the best music ever produced, and will only get better with time. The work of Pharrell is more popular than that of Erick Arc Elliot due to Pharrell’s time spent in the music industry and his…

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    American cult leader, Charles Manson is linked to 35 murders of Sharon Tate and other famous Hollywood residents. He grew up with a family who didn’t want him, so he lived on the streets in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1955, he married a 17-year-old and soon had a baby. His wife left him and he had another baby with a different woman while he was on probation. He was released in 1967 and learned to read music and play the guitar. Manson was influenced by drugs and music and found a group of people…

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    Charles “Charlie” Ng was born on December 24, 1960 in Hong Kong, China. In his early life, he was brutally abused by his father. He came from a wealthy family, but was described as a disturbed teenager. His first criminal offence was when he was arrested for shoplifting. This happened when he was fifteen and his father sent him to boarding school but, he was sent back to Hong Kong because he was caught stealing. When he was eighteen, he moved to America to attend Notre Dame de Namur University…

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    All of Herbert Mullins' victims were no one type of person in particular; they were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. The beginning of his killing spree was much more brutal than the ending. Herbert was physically by himself but mentally he carried Satan alongside him. Satan would make Herbert feel like he was doing a good dead by killing people to make a blood sacrifice so that earthquakes would not strike California. The first murder committed by Herbert was a homeless man and…

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    filled with more villainous acts than we can count, whether it be as small as a lie or as grand as several murders. Charles Manson was an American villain who was guilty of an abundance of malicious acts - some that sound too obscene to even be true. A cult leader with around a hundred followers, Manson and his family are “thought to have carried out some 35 killings” (“Charles Manson”, A&E Networks Television). Manson’s difficult childhood led him to create a unique character out of himself,…

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    are entirely in a multitude of ways. The written play Macbeth, by William Shakespeare and known cold blooded killer, Charles Manson appears to hold similarities as much as differences. When compared to Charles Manson, Macbeth provides enough evidence to suspect that he is not only a killer but a sociopath as well. When viewed on a more complex perspective, Macbeth and Charles Manson resemble each other: simply due to their similar characteristics and tactics of manipulation, the way the thought,…

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