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Did Charles Manson Die

"But I've got better luck in my head; we're just ghosts inside my bed." -This Side of Paradise by Hayley Kiyoko

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how about a movie where the manson girls see thru his B.S. & knock charlie off before Tate-LaBianca can happen, then race off in the Dune Buggies to become Psychedelic Riot Grrls in 'Frisco

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Charles Manson clowns around as he is led to his cell upon the conclusion of his exclusive interview with Reuters. Charles Manson clowns around as he is led to his cell upon the conclusion of his exclusive interview with Reuters August 25, 1989.

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Terry Melcher dies -Nov. 20, 2004- Doris Day's son and 60's record producer forever linked to Charlie Manson & notorious Tate murders. Producer for Columbia Records who auditioned and turned down Charles Manson for a recording contract. Initially, Melcher was believed to have been the original intended victim of the grisly Manson murders on 8/9/69 at a house at 10050 Cielo Drive, Beverly Hills, where Melcher had lived with then-girlfriend Candice Bergen.

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Steve McQueen, whose cool, laid-back style, and devil-may-care attitude made him one of the most popular stars of the sixties and seventies, is having his life story turned into celluloid. Based on the book Steve McQueen: Portrait of an American Rebel, the film will focus on Steve's career, which started in 1956 with a little cult film called The Blob, and will also cover his "penchant for motorcycles, fast cards, drugs and go right through his battle with lung cancer."

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Doris Day, Her Own Story. I had to buy this online. Written in 1976, Doris' autobiography. Her real life was nothing like her on screen persona. She has had a tough time of it. Bad marriages, heartbreak, the loss of a son, she was even hit by a train. The book ends before her son died, but there were many problems, including a brush with Charles Manson. She chats about her films and co-stars. Ends with Doris giving advice on diet, excercise, fashion etc. An absolute vintage gem!

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