|Convicted of 7 via the joint responsibility rule||Male||Caucasian||USA||Territorial||Group Cause||1934/11/12 (Cincinnati, Ohio, USA)||n/a|
|Charles Manson Now||Marlin Marynick||Amazon, Kindle eBook|
|Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders||Vincent Bugliosi and Curt Gentry||Amazon, Kindle eBook, Audible.com|
|Manson in His Own Words: The Shocking Confessions of 'The Most Dangerous Man Alive'||Charles Manson and Nuel Emmons||Amazon|
|Biography: Charles Manson||Amazon (VHS)|
|Deranged: Charles Manson (Episode 08)|
|Manson 40 Years Later||Amazon (DVD)|
|Most Evil: Cult Followers (Episode 2x05)|
|Most Evil: Cult Leaders (Episode 2x10)|
|Most Evil: Manson (Episode 3x01)|
|Serial Killers, Profiling the Criminal Mind, Vol. 04: Charles Manson||Amazon (VHS)|
|Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, The||Amazon (DVD)|
Charles Manson was the head of the Manson Family, a quasi-commune in California in the late 1960’s. Under Manson’s orders, the members of the Manson Family carried out a series of brutal murders. He was convicted under the joint-responsibility rule.
Blog PostsSerial Killers by Brian Combs | 2 Comments
Charles Manson comes up for parole for the twelfth time later this month. His most recent bid was in 2007. He refused to participate in the hearing, and declined all psychological evaluations. Said Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Patrick Sequeira at the time: He refused to cooperate, so the…Continue reading...
Podcast Episodes, Psychology, Serial Killers by Brian Combs | 3 Comments
In this week’s episode, we look at what causes someone to become a serial killer. We’ll be mostly discussing psychopathic sexual murder, rather than psychotic murder. Psychopathy, also known as sociopathy or antisocial personality disorder, is a behavioral disorder characterized by an abnormal lack of empathy combined with abnormal immoral…Continue reading...
Law Enforcement, Serial Killers by Brian Combs | No Comments
According to the New York Daily News, Charles Manson has been caught with a cell phone in prison. It is believed that he made several calls and sent several texts before it was confiscated by officials. People who smuggle cell phones into prison face up to a year in prison….Continue reading...