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vintage everyday: Murder Trial Photos of Charles Manson and the Manson Family from 1969 to 1971

vintage everyday: Murder Trial Photos of Charles Manson and the Manson Family from 1969 to 1971

George Spahn (February 11, 1889 – September 22, 1974) was a rancher who once owned the Spahn Ranch near Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California, USA. Spahn rented the ranch to the movie industry to film Westerns. At the ranch, he housed Charles Manson and his followers. The 1969 murders of actress Sharon Tate and six others by Manson and his devotees were hatched at the Spahn Ranch. Manson persuaded Spahn to permit "the Family" to live at his ranch. Spahn nicknamed all the Manson girls.

George Spahn (February 11, 1889 – September 22, 1974) was a rancher who once owned the Spahn Ranch near Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California, USA. Spahn rented the ranch to the movie industry to film Westerns. At the ranch, he housed Charles Manson and his followers. The 1969 murders of actress Sharon Tate and six others by Manson and his devotees were hatched at the Spahn Ranch. Manson persuaded Spahn to permit "the Family" to live at his ranch. Spahn nicknamed all the Manson girls.

Charles Manson's eerie ability to control his "family" of young hippies in California remains as mysterious and intriguing today as it did in 1969, when Manson orchestrated the infamous murders of Sharon Tate and Leno and Rosemary LaBianca.

Charles Manson's eerie ability to control his "family" of young hippies in California remains as mysterious and intriguing today as it did in 1969, when Manson orchestrated the infamous murders of Sharon Tate and Leno and Rosemary LaBianca.

Susan Denise Atkins (May 7, 1948 – September 24, 2009) was a convicted American murderer who was a member of the "Manson family", led by Charles Manson. Manson and his followers committed a series of nine murders in the summer of 1969. Atkins was convicted for her participation in eight of these killings. Incarcerated from October 1, 1969 until her death – Atkins was the longest-incarcerated female inmate in the California penal system, having been denied parole 18 times.

Susan Denise Atkins (May 7, 1948 – September 24, 2009) was a convicted American murderer who was a member of the "Manson family", led by Charles Manson. Manson and his followers committed a series of nine murders in the summer of 1969. Atkins was convicted for her participation in eight of these killings. Incarcerated from October 1, 1969 until her death – Atkins was the longest-incarcerated female inmate in the California penal system, having been denied parole 18 times.

Susan Denise Atkins (May 7, 1948 – September 24, 2009) was a convicted American murderer who was a member of the "Manson family", led by Charles Manson. Manson and his followers committed a series of nine murders in the summer of 1969. Atkins was convicted for her participation in eight of these killings. Incarcerated from October 1, 1969 until her death – Atkins was the longest-incarcerated female inmate in the California penal system, having been denied parole 18 times.

Susan Denise Atkins (May 7, 1948 – September 24, 2009) was a convicted American murderer who was a member of the "Manson family", led by Charles Manson. Manson and his followers committed a series of nine murders in the summer of 1969. Atkins was convicted for her participation in eight of these killings. Incarcerated from October 1, 1969 until her death – Atkins was the longest-incarcerated female inmate in the California penal system, having been denied parole 18 times.

Spahn Ranch was the primary residence of the "Manson Family" from 1968-1969. Charles Manson and his followers lived there rent-free in exchange for labor. While living at the ranch, Manson heard the Beatle's White Album for the first time and believed that the song Helter Skelter was about an impending race war.

Spahn Ranch was the primary residence of the "Manson Family" from 1968-1969. Charles Manson and his followers lived there rent-free in exchange for labor. While living at the ranch, Manson heard the Beatle's White Album for the first time and believed that the song Helter Skelter was about an impending race war.

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