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A Glympse Into the World of a Mad Man On the first page of his book about the Manson Family murders Vincent Bugliosi warns the story in which you are about to read will scare the Hell out of you Bugliosi 1 This statement could not be more true There have been many mass murders and serial killers throughout history none however have been as sick and twisted as Charles Manson From 1969 until 1971 his was the story that captivated the nation Manson and his followers committed a spree of murders which shocked the world and left everyone asking why Charles Manson was born November 12 1934 in Cincinnati Ohio Manson never knew his father and never had a real father figure he was the illegitimate child of a promiscuous sixteen year-old Kathleen Maddox Maddox would leave for days and weeks at a time leaving young Charlie with his grandparents and aunt Once she even sold him for a pitcher of beer Charlie and his mother were eating at a cafe one afternoon when their waitress jokingly offered to buy Charlie His mother replied a pitcher of beer and hes yours The waitress brought the beer and Manson was left behind in the cafe Charlies uncle found him several days later and brought him home Bardsley After growing up in an environment like this it is not hard to see why Manson may have turned out the way he did At age nine Charlie was caught stealing and sent to reform school From then until present Manson has spent the vast majority of his sixty-seven years on Earth in some sort of reformatory for crimes ranging from stealing and robbing to pimping and killing Bardsley For the next several years Charlie was in and out of prison mostly for petty crimes When he was released from prison in 1967 he went to San Francisco and fell in with the hippie scene There Manson began
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