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But the young man had no idea who had committed the murders and was released. And the following night, two more innocent civilians were killed in a nearby neighborhood.
For the next three months, separate homicide investigations tried to solve these killings, which put Los Angeles and the nation on alert.
When, in November , police finally learned who was responsible for the murder of Sharon Tate, her unborn baby, and eight more victims, they were shocked.
A diminutive hippie guru, year old ex-convict Charles Milles Manson and several of his cult followers were arrested and tried for murder.
The motive? The victims, prosecution argued, were killed to make it appear that black people had committed the crimes, so that white people would retaliate and instigate this race war.
A sensational murder trial followed and the culprits were found guilty, sentenced initially to death in the gas chamber in California.
A California Supreme Court verdict overturned their death sentences. Only one of those killers, Grogan, has been released.
Susan Atkins and Charles Manson both died in prison. The others await what feels like an eternity.
They were in their teens and early 20s when they committed their capital offenses. Now, they are old men and women. Today, more than 50 years after the murders of , the story of Charles Manson, his Family of thrill-kill cult followers and the infamous murders they committed still commands headlines.
You know the story. You learned about the victims. She set off to find the answers, leading to three years of research. According to Atkins and Kasabian, Manson disappeared up the driveway and returned to say he had tied up the house's occupants.
He then sent Watson up with Krenwinkel and Van Houten. After Manson pointed out a sleeping man through a window, the two of them entered through the unlocked back door.
As Watson related it, Manson roused the sleeping Leno LaBianca from the couch at gunpoint and had Watson bind his hands with a leather thong. After Rosemary was brought briefly into the living room from the bedroom, Watson followed Manson's instructions to cover the couple's heads with pillowcases.
He bound these in place with lamp cords. Manson left, sending Krenwinkel and Van Houten into the house with instructions that the couple be killed.
Before leaving Spahn Ranch, Watson had complained to Manson of the inadequacy of the previous night's weapons. The first thrust went into the man's throat.
Sounds of a scuffle in the bedroom drew Watson there to discover Rosemary LaBianca keeping the women at bay by swinging the lamp tied to her neck.
After subduing her with several stabs of the bayonet, he returned to the living room and resumed attacking Leno, whom he stabbed a total of 12 times with the bayonet.
Heeding Manson's instruction to make sure each of the women played a part, Watson told Van Houten to stab Mrs. LaBianca too.
Evidence showed that many of Mrs. LaBianca's 41 stab wounds had, in fact, been inflicted post-mortem.
While Watson cleaned off the bayonet and showered, Krenwinkel wrote "Rise" and "Death to pigs" on the walls and "Healter [ sic ] Skelter" on the refrigerator door, all in LaBianca's blood.
She gave Leno LaBianca 14 puncture wounds with an ivory-handled, two-tined carving fork, which she left jutting out of his stomach. She also planted a steak knife in his throat.
Meanwhile, hoping for a double crime, Manson had gone on to direct Kasabian to drive to the Venice home of an actor acquaintance of hers, another "piggy".
Depositing the other three Family members who had departed Spahn with him that evening at the man's apartment building, Manson drove back to Spahn Ranch, leaving them and the LaBianca killers to hitchhike home.
As the group abandoned the murder plan and left, Atkins defecated in the stairwell. The Tate murders became national news on August 9, The Polanskis' housekeeper, Winifred Chapman, had arrived for work that morning and discovered the murder scene.
Thinking the Tate murders were a consequence of a drug transaction, the Tate team ignored this and the crimes' other similarities.
Steven Parent, the shooting victim in the Tate driveway, was determined to have been an acquaintance of William Garretson, who lived in the guest house.
Garretson was a young man hired by Rudi Altobelli to take care of the property while Altobelli was away.
Held briefly as a Tate suspect, Garretson told police he had neither seen nor heard anything on the murder night. He was released on August 11, , after undergoing a polygraph examination that indicated he had not been involved in the crimes.
Garretson died in August Fifteen-year-old Frank Struthers—Rosemary's son from a prior marriage and Leno's stepson—returned from a camping trip and was disturbed by seeing all of the window shades of his home drawn and by the fact that his stepfather's speedboat was still attached to the family car, which was parked in the driveway.
He called his older sister and her boyfriend. The boyfriend, Joe Dorgan, accompanied the younger Struthers into the home and discovered Leno's body.
Rosemary's body was found by investigating police officers. Weapons were seized, but, because the warrant had been misdated, the group was released a few days later.
In a report at the end of August when virtually all leads had gone nowhere, the LaBianca detectives noted a possible connection between the bloody writings at the LaBianca house and "the singing group the Beatles' most recent album.
Still working separately from the Tate team, the LaBianca team checked with the sheriff's office in mid-October about possible similar crimes.
They learned of the Hinman case. They also learned that the Hinman detectives had spoken with Beausoleil's girlfriend, Kitty Lutesinger.
She had been arrested a few days earlier with members of "the Manson Family". The arrests, for car thefts, had taken place at the desert ranches to which the Family had moved and where, unknown to authorities, its members had been searching Death Valley for a hole in the ground—access to the Bottomless Pit.
A Highway Patrol officer found Manson hiding in a cabinet beneath Barker's bathroom sink. The officers had no idea that the people they were arresting were involved with the murders.
Following up leads a month after they had spoken with Lutesinger, LaBianca detectives contacted members of a motorcycle gang Manson tried to enlist as his bodyguards while the Family was at Spahn Ranch.
On December 1, , acting on the information from these sources, LAPD announced warrants for the arrest of Watson, Krenwinkel, and Kasabian in the Tate case; the suspects' involvement in the LaBianca murders was noted.
Manson and Atkins, already in custody, were not mentioned; the connection between the LaBianca case and Van Houten, who was also among those arrested near Death Valley, had not yet been recognized.
Before long, physical evidence such as Krenwinkel's and Watson's fingerprints, which had been collected by LAPD at Cielo Drive,  : 15, , , and photographs between —41 was augmented by evidence recovered by the public.
On September 1, , the distinctive. Acting on that same newspaper account, a local ABC television crew quickly located and recovered the bloody clothing discarded by the Tate killers.
The trial began June 15, Originally, Judge William Keene had reluctantly granted Manson permission to act as his own attorney.
Because of Manson's conduct, including violations of a gag order and submission of "outlandish" and "nonsensical" pretrial motions , the permission was withdrawn before the trial's start.
He issued a statement that he was "considered inadequate and incompetent to speak or defend [him]self"—and had "X'd [him]self from [the establishment's] world.
See " Remaining in view ", below. The prosecution argued the triggering of "Helter Skelter" was Manson's main motive.
Testimony that Manson had said "now is the time for Helter Skelter" was supplemented with Kasabian's testimony that, on the night of the LaBianca murders, Manson considered discarding Rosemary LaBianca's wallet on the street of a black neighborhood.
Having obtained the wallet in the LaBianca house, he "wanted a black person to pick it up and use the credit cards so that the people, The Establishment , would think it was some sort of an organized group that killed these people.
During the trial, Family members loitered near the entrances and corridors of the courthouse. To keep them out of the courtroom proper, the prosecution subpoenaed them as prospective witnesses, who would not be able to enter while others were testifying.
Each of them was also identifiable by the X on his or her forehead. Some Family members attempted to dissuade witnesses from testifying.
Prosecution witnesses Paul Watkins and Juan Flynn were both threatened;  : , — Watkins was badly burned in a suspicious fire in his van.
There, Moorehouse allegedly gave her a hamburger spiked with several doses of LSD. Found sprawled on a Honolulu curb in a drugged semi-stupor, Hoyt was taken to the hospital, where she did her best to identify herself as a witness in the Tate—LaBianca murder trial.
Before the incident, Hoyt had been a reluctant witness; after the attempt to silence her, her reticence disappeared. This was a reference to a statement made the previous day when U.
President Richard Nixon had decried what he saw as the media's glamorization of Manson. Voir dired by Judge Charles Older, the jurors contended that the headline had not influenced them.
The next day, the female defendants stood up and said in unison that, in light of Nixon's remark, there was no point in going on with the trial. On October 5, Manson was denied the court's permission to question a prosecution witness whom defense attorneys had declined to cross-examine.
Leaping over the defense table, Manson attempted to attack the judge. Wrestled to the ground by bailiffs, he was removed from the courtroom with the female defendants, who had subsequently risen and begun chanting in Latin.
On November 16, the prosecution rested its case. Three days later, after arguing standard dismissal motions, the defense stunned the court by resting as well, without calling a single witness.
Shouting their disapproval, Atkins, Krenwinkel, and Van Houten demanded their right to testify. In chambers, the women's lawyers told the judge their clients wanted to testify that they had planned and committed the crimes and that Manson had not been involved.
In the prosecutor's view, it was Manson who was advising the women to testify in this way as a means of saving himself. The next day, Manson testified.
Aranda by making statements implicating his co-defendants, the jury was removed from the courtroom. I didn't write the music.
As the body of the trial concluded and with the closing arguments impending, defense attorney Hughes disappeared during a weekend trip.
This may have occurred because the defendants were acting in collusion with each other and were simply putting on a performance, which Older said was becoming obvious.
On January 25, , the jury returned guilty verdicts against the four defendants on each of the 27 separate counts against them.
The killings, they said, were intended to draw suspicion away from Bobby Beausoleil by resembling the crime for which he had been jailed.
This plan had supposedly been the work of, and carried out under the guidance of, not Manson, but someone allegedly in love with Beausoleil— Linda Kasabian.
Midway through the penalty phase, Manson shaved his head and trimmed his beard to a fork; he told the press, "I am the Devil, and the Devil always has a bald head.
The effort to exonerate Manson via the "copy cat" scenario failed. On March 29, , the jury returned verdicts of death against all four defendants on all counts.
On the day the verdicts recommending the death penalty were returned, news came that the badly decomposed body of Ronald Hughes had been found wedged between two boulders in Ventura County.
He was arrested in Texas on November 30, , after local police were notified by California investigators that his fingerprints were found to match a print found on the front door of the Tate home.
Watson fought extradition to California long enough that he was not included among the three defendants tried with Manson.
Unlike the others, Watson presented a psychiatric defense; prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi made short work of Watson's insanity claims.
Like his co-conspirators, Watson was sentenced to death. In February , the death sentences of all five parties were automatically reduced to life in prison by People v.
Anderson , P. Though he found temporary acceptance from the Aryan Brotherhood , his role was submissive to a sexually aggressive member of the group at San Quentin.
The former Kathleen Maddox claimed that, in childhood, her son had suffered no neglect; he had even been "pampered by all the women who surrounded him.
Willett was found by a hiker near Guerneville, California. His station wagon was found outside a house in Stockton where several Manson followers were living, including Priscilla Cooper, Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, and Nancy Pitman.
Police forced their way into the house and arrested several of the people there, along with Fromme, who had called the house after they had arrived.
It was later suggested that she was killed out of fear that she would reveal who killed her husband, as the discovery of his body had become prominent news.
The Willetts' infant daughter was found alive in the house. Monfort and William Goucher later pleaded guilty to the murder of James Willett, and James Craig pleaded guilty as an accessory after the fact.
The group had been living in the house with the Willetts while committing various robberies. Shortly after killing Willett, Monfort had used Willett's identification papers to pose as Willett after being arrested for an armed robbery of a liquor store.
News reports suggested that James Willett was not involved in the robberies  and wanted to move away, but was killed out of fear that he would talk to police.
In a trial that took place after his Tate—LaBianca convictions, Manson was found guilty of the murders of Gary Hinman and Donald "Shorty" Shea and was given a life sentence.
Shea was a Spahn Ranch stuntman and horse wrangler who had been killed approximately ten days after an August 16, , sheriff's raid on the ranch.
Manson, who suspected that Shea helped set up the raid, had apparently believed Shea was trying to get Spahn to run the Family off the ranch.
Manson may have considered it a "sin" that the white Shea had married a black woman; and there was the possibility that Shea knew about the Tate—LaBianca killings.
In , authorities learned the precise location of the remains of Shorty Shea and, contrary to Family claims, that Shea had not been dismembered and buried in several places.
Contacting the prosecutor in his case, Steve Grogan told him Shea's corpse had been buried in one piece; he drew a map that pinpointed the location of the body, which was recovered.
Of those convicted of Manson-ordered murders, Grogan would become, in , the first one to be paroled. On September 5, , the Family rocketed back to national attention when Squeaky Fromme attempted to assassinate U.
President Gerald Ford. A subsequent search of the apartment shared by Fromme, Good, and a Family recruit turned up evidence that, coupled with later actions on the part of Good, resulted in Good's conviction for conspiring to send threatening communications through the United States mail and transmitting death threats by way of interstate commerce.
The threats involved corporate executives and U. In December , Fromme, serving a life sentence for the assassination attempt, escaped briefly from Federal Prison Camp, Alderson , in West Virginia.
She was trying to reach Manson, who she had heard had testicular cancer ; she was apprehended within days. In a conversation with Manson prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi , Catherine Share , a one-time Manson-follower, stated that her testimony in the penalty phase of Manson's trial had been a fabrication intended to save Manson from the gas chamber and that it had been given under Manson's explicit direction.
Good had been released from prison in , after serving 10 years of her year sentence for the death threats. In a — interview in Seconds magazine, Bobby Beausoleil rejected the view that Manson ordered him to kill Gary Hinman.
Beausoleil stated that when he read about the Tate murders in the newspaper, "I wasn't even sure at that point—really, I had no idea who had done it until Manson's group were actually arrested for it.
It had only crossed my mind and I had a premonition, perhaps. There was some little tickle in my mind that the killings might be connected with them I was fairly certain.
This corroborated the unofficial results of the polygraph examination that had been given to Garretson on August 10, , and that had effectively eliminated him as a suspect.
The LAPD officer who conducted the examination had concluded Garretson was "clean" on participation in the crimes but "muddy" as to his having heard anything.
It was announced in early that Susan Atkins was suffering from brain cancer. Hoyt said she had cooperated with the Family because she was "trying to keep them from killing my family.
On March 15, , the Associated Press reported that forensic investigators had conducted a search for human remains at Barker Ranch the previous month.
Following up on longstanding rumors that the Family had killed hitchhikers and runaways who had come into its orbit during its time at Barker, the investigators identified "two likely clandestine grave sites In September , The History Channel broadcast a docudrama covering the Family's activities and the murders as part of its coverage on the 40th anniversary of the killings.
As the 40th anniversary of the Tate—LaBianca murders approached, in July , Los Angeles magazine published an "oral history" in which former Family members, law enforcement officers, and others involved with Manson, the arrests, and the trials offered their recollections of — and observations on — the events that made Manson notorious.
People will say, 'He's in jail. Charles Manson died of a heart attack and complications from colon cancer on November 19, He was 83 years old.
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