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Charles Manson is getting married to Afton “Star” Burton, age 26. With over 2 million people incarcerated, it's not surprising that thousands of American men and women have spouses or romantic partners in prison. What is surprising is that some people are getting involved with prisoners who are already behind bars. Men serving time for some of the most notoriously heinous crimes apparently have enough sex appeal to turn death row into a dater’s delight. Prison weddings in California are a regular occurrence. About 20 inmates get married on the first Friday of even-numbered months at San Quentin. Hybristophilia is a sexual perversion in which people are attracted to someone who commits horrible crimes like rape, murder, or armed robbery. This phenomenon is also known as Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome. Some women believe they can change a man as cruel and powerful as a serial killer. Some hope to share in the media spotlight or get a book or movie deal. Mental health experts view such women as insecure females who cannot find love in normal ways or as love-avoidant females who seek romantic relationships that cannot be consummated. We’re not judging, but since Charles Manson is a lifer, he and his new bride won’t have the opportunity for consummation. Ever. Join Life Coach Jenn A Nocera and me for this timely topic. After the show, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
For the past forty years, Charles Manson has languished in prison for his participation in the Manson family murders of 1969. He is America’s icon of evil, the one who brought down the curtain on the 1960s. He has never been a quiet inmate, however. From his unbridled outbursts of rage to his tender acts of generosity, he makes his presence felt to everyone around him.
He inspires awe in other inmates, he cozies up to prison guards who are eager to do him favors, and he is responsible for countless staff transfers within and outside of the institution.
This book details the dramatic journey of Willie Mendez, a troubled inmate, housed next to the serial killer for more than a year. Willie became institutionalized after repeated violations of the law, including attempted murder and armed robbery. He is serving a sixty-eight year prison sentence.
From his initial feelings of contempt toward the aging killer, Willie, nicknamed, “Boxcar,” by Manson, traveled to a place of openness and acceptance of the old man’s ideas. Over time, he began to defer more and more to Manson without reservation.
This is a tale of growth and maturity that contains intimate details and shocking jailhouse secrets. Willie shares an insider’s view of Charles Manson, his crazy behavior, his whispered confessions, and his sometimes profound wisdom.
“Charlie” speaks openly about his sexuality, shares some details of the Tate and LaBianca murders, and relates his childhood experience of being forced to wear a dress to school. CHARLES MANSON BEHIND BARS: The Crazy Antics and Amazing Revelations of America's Icon of Evil-Mark Hewit
Join Us This Week As We Discuss The One And Only Charles Manson! The Talking Terror Crew Will Discuss Manson, His Life And The Associated Heinous Acts That Landed Him Corcoran State Prison! Also We Will Discuss "Helter Skelter" (1976), The T.V. Film Based On Vincent Bugliosi's Best Selling Book! Following That We Will Discuss The Film "Snuff" (1976), A Film Also Loosely Based On The "Manson Family"! So Be Sure To Take The Brown Acid And Be Ready To Have Your Mind Wiped! Stay Scared!!!
Tonight's episode will discuss the timeline of Charles Manson's life. There is no homage being paid here, but in order to tie synthesis, some basic foundational separations and associations must be made.
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Is Charles Manson crazy or evil? No one else can recount the events and explain the family as Diana Montane can. Montane is a journalist and published author. She was an Arts & Entertainment writer, as well as art, theatre and film critic, for Miami’s first newspaper, The Miami News, until the demise of that publication. Shortly therafter, she was Entertainment Editor and art, theatre and film critic of EXITO, a weekly published by The Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel and The Chicago Tribune. She has contributed numerous articles and cover stories for: The Miami Herald, The Los Angeles Times, The Palm Beach Post, The New Times, Latina Magazine, and others.
Manson and four others -- Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel, Charles "Tex" Watson and Leslie Van Houten -- were convicted of murder and other charges in connection with a two-night rampage that left pregnant actress Sharon Tate and seven others dead. Manson and the four "family" members' death sentences were overturned during the 1970s, when the death penalty laws were ruled unconsitutional. He is quietly serving out his life sentence. Although he once frequently gave bombastic rants on national television, he hasn't granted a media interview in years. Manson receives a lot of mail, and many requests from people who want to visit him, Johnson said. He still occasionally sees a few people.
In November 1970, Charles Manson was sentenced to death for the horrifying and cold-blooded murders of seven people near Los Angeles. His sentence was later reduced to life imprisonment after California abolished its death penalty. At Manson's trial, lead prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi spun the story of a demonic cult leader who hypnotized people to commit murder. He published his theory in Helter Skelter, the bestselling true crime book of all time.
When author Marlin Marynick was eight years old, he discovered a beat up copy of Helter Skelter. The book’s portrayal of Charles Manson as an icon of unbridled evil haunted Marynick for years, well into his career as a psychiatric nurse. So when a chance conversation with a man selling Manson memorabilia on the Internet facilitated a connection to Manson himself, Marynick went along for the ride. This happenstance journey introduced Marynick to Manson’s closest confidants, eager to share Manson’s story, his talent, his passion, and his philosophy. The adventure crescendoed through Marynick’s phone conversations with Manson and ultimately culminated when the two met behind the tightly locked doors of California's Corcoran State Prison.
Charles Manson Now is a critical dissection of what happened forty-one years ago, when Manson family members stormed the Polanski estate and murdered five people, among them one of America’s most beautiful, beloved actresses, Sharon Tate.
The book is also a collage of Manson’s own writing, a poetic, ironic, and disturbing account of his universe, from his childhood to his time in the 8x12 prison cell where he is condemned to stay forever. It is Charles Manson, uncensored, unedited, in his own words. CHARLES MANSON NOW-Marlin Marynick
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Kyle discusses recent events and ties everything together to form a bigger picture. Topics include: Charles Manson and Helter Skelter, the Virginia reporter shooting, false flag events, gun grabbers, Donald Trump, David Duke and Tommy Sotomayor, and much more.
This week join Purple Day Art, Douglas, Raymond and special guest co-host, Justin as they tackle the latest in hot topics, pop culture and LGBT related news. This week the men cover a wide variety of hot topics and pop culture including Bill Cosby's rape accusations incuding Janice Dickinson and Ravyn Simone's reaction; Charles Manson getting married yet all gays can't get married?; Michael Sam on Man of the Year on the cover of GQ; Montana the next State to allow same sex marriage; Alyssa Milano vs. Kim Kardashian's photo uproar; Snapcash; Thanksgiving having store opens when families should be at home with each other; new study suggests genetic link for male homosexuality and more!
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The War of 1812, was one of America's "small and forgotten" conflicts, much like the Korea in the 20th century. Ill advised, and really unnecessary for both Great Britain and the young United States of America (which was less than 50 years old at the time), the War of 1912 was a conflict that gained neither side much benefit, and diverted badly needed resources from other endeavors. Nevertheless, there were a number of intriguing and important lessons to be learned from the conflict, none more interesting than those derived from the British Chesapeake Campaign of 1814. A British squadron under command of Adm. Cochrane, raised habit for most of 1814 from the Virginia Tidewater to the waters around Baltimore, doing a surprising amount of damage and raising havoc against the seemingly hapless Americans. The British squadron took and burned Hampton, VA, portions of Washington, DC, and other towns along the bay, eventually only being stopped by the heroic defense of Baltimore and bombardment of Fort McHenry. It is a fascinating story, little known by most Americans, which almost went unnoticed during the recent bicentennial of the War of 1812.
To learn more about the War of 1812 and the 1814 Chesapeake Campaign, tune into this week's edition of Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EDT. Author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) has invited Naval Institute Press (@USNIBooks) author LCOL. Charles Neimeyer. , USMC (Ret.) to discuss his new book, War in the Chesapeake. His book is a new single-volume history of the campaign, and will prove enlightening for both academics and those new to the story.
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