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The family

Author: Ed Sanders
Publisher: New York : Thunder's Mouth Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : Completely rev. and updatedView all editions and formats
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Recounts the Tate-LaBianca murders, offers a profile of Charles Manson and his followers, discusses the origins and influence of Manson and his family, the crimes they committed, and the mysteries surrounding the clan.
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Genre/Form: True crime stories
Biography
Case studies
Named Person: Charles Manson; Charles Manson; Charles Manson; Charles Manson
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ed Sanders
ISBN: 1560253967 9781560253969
OCLC Number: 49519230
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 540 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
section 1. The Family : from the beginning to mid-1969 --
1. A poor risk for probation --
2. Out of the slams in the year of flowers --
3. Topanga Canyon and the Spiral Staircase --
4. Visiting the Hog Farm--a chance for benevolence lost --
5. Back to the zone of flickers --
6. The first visit to the Spahn Movie Ranch (Spring 1968) --
7. Meeting Dennis Wilson --
8. The witches of Mendocino and some of the family on the Haight (June-August 1968) --
9. Sleazo inputs --
10. Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski through 1967 --
11. Rosemary's baby --
12. Sharon and Roman in married life, 1968 --
13. The hunger for stardom --
14. The Spahn Movie Ranch (late Summer/early Fall 1968) --
15. Death Valley (Fall 1968) --
16. Abigail Folger and Wojtek Frykowski --
17. From Death Valley to Canoga Park--boredom and stress in the high desert --
18. Back to Death Valley --
19. Helter Skelter and rock and roll--a difficult mix --
20. A rival guru comes to the Barker Ranch --
21. The White double album and the keys to truth --
22. Bill Vance and the Gerard Agency --
23. Beausoleil also cultivating the Wilson-Melcher fame funnel --
24. Waiting for Melcher in a miffed mode --
25. Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate in early 1969 --
26. Meanwhile, back in sleazoville --
27. A whirl of Polanski projects in the Spring of 1969 --
28. The Spahn Movie Ranch (April-June 1969) --
29. Manson records in Santa Monica--gunmania at the Spahn Movie Ranch (Spring 1969) --
30. Meanwhile, helter kept skeltering --
31. Stealing the NBC video equipment --
32. Linda Kasabian arrives --
33. The shooting of Bernard Crowe (July 1969) --
34. Kasabian ingratiates herself through cultic money-foist --
35. Melcher hears about Crowe and the Dune Buggy Battalion gets ready (July 1969) --
36. Getting the fear --
37. Films of Violence --
38. Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate in Europe, Abigail Folger and Wojtek Frykowski on Cielo Drive in the Spring and Summer of 1969. section 2. The murders (July 25, 1969-August 10, 1969) --
39. The death of Gary Hinman --
40. The anvil into Tartaros --
41. Death on Cielo Drive --
42. Fear swept the poolsides --
43. The second night. section 3. Manson captured (August 16-December 1, 1969) --
44. The search --
45. A swirl of theories --
46. Voodoo, a reward and Moloch --
47. Berserk! The Spahn Ranch (August 10-31, 1969) --
48. The Great Spahn Ranch raid --
49. The killing of Shorty Shea --
50. Rommel : the Barker Ranch (September, 1969) --
51. The burning of the Michigan loader --
52. The capture of Manson (September 20-October 12, 1969) --
53. The breaking of the case (October-November 1969). section 4. The family on trial (1970-1971) --
54. Flower-waifs with knives (December 1969-early 1970) --
55. How I became involved --
56. Moiling months of investigation (early 1970) --
57. Secret film evidence? (March 18) --
58. The Spahn Ranch in 1970 --
59. Beausoleil's second trial --
60. Caninoclapophobia at Spahn --
61. Rostau trunked --
62. A movie in M-Land--Goler Wash in 1970 --
63. Plans for a horrifying escape --
64. Up Goler Wash with Ron Hughes (June 11) --
65. A crucifixion tableau in front of Judge Older --
66. A trial begins in the hall of justice (June 15, 1970-March 31, 1971) --
67. A trip with Abbie, Anita and Phil (June 18) --
68. Maxwell's silver copycat --
69. A witchy shirt --
70. Fear of the family among rockers --
71. A jury is at last selected --
72. "This case might finish Hollywood" (July 15) --
73. I mention Manson is a racist in an underground newspaper --
74. Revving up for testimony --
75. Lunching for the films (July 22) --
76. X day --
77. Trembling testimony --
78. Manson comes up with questions for Kasabian --
79. The photo I couldn't bear to see --
80. A benefit not to be --
81. Volunteers --
82. The intrusion of Nixon (August 3) --
83. Blowing my chance for the films --
84. Knives in the corridor --
85. Guenther, Whiteley and Gleason --
86. McQueen threatening Manson --
87. Jesus until the eyes (August 17) --88. A purchaser for the porn and Sadie continues her illness (August 28) --
89. "When I call Nixon I get put straight through" (September 4-7) --
90. Getting to Lennon --
91. Spahn gone --
92. Manson tries to pencil-job Judge Older --
93. Conspiring to free Manson --
94. A priest who befriended Charlie --
95. Family fatigue --
96. Larry Larsen, private investigator --
97. The strange disappearance of Ron Hughes (late November) --
98. Manson orders Davis & Pitman to surrender --
99. A strange new direction (December 7) --
100. Sharon Tate's postcard in the wilderness --
101. 1971--Guilty --
102. Hideous ends hideous--four sentenced to die. section 5. The long aftermath (1971-2002) --
103. The Schisms begin --
104. Justice for Donald Shea --
105. Continuing my investigation while writing The family --
106. A visit to Moonfire Ranch (April 2) --
107. Waiting for the film (April 4) --
108. Crossing wires with John Lennon --
109. The Hinman-Shea Case (1971-1972) --
110. Lieutenant Deemer seeks to solve the Gaul-Sharp murders (Spring 1973) --
111. 1974 : the order of rainbow --
112. An INS agent investigates (1974) --
113. The year Squeaky Fromme went after President Ford (1975) --
114. Hard time a-healin' : the family breaks up (1976-1988) --
115. The case that won't go away (late 1988-1989) --
116. The 1990s and beyond.
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Recounts the Tate-LaBianca murders, offers a profile of Charles Manson and his followers, discusses the origins and influence of Manson and his family, the crimes they committed, and the mysteries surrounding the clan.

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