thefilmarchive.org DVD: www.amazon.com December 18, 1963 Mr. Drysdale’s efforts to prove to the Clampetts that Beverly Hills is really the place for them to be only makes matters worse. In November 1969, while in prison in connection with a car theft, Susan Atkins boasted to an inmate that she was responsible for the murder of Sharon Tate. This led to her indictment, along with the accomplices she named, Charles Manson, Charles “Tex” Watson, Patricia Krenwinkel and Linda Kasabian. Atkins also revealed that the murders of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, the night after the Tate murders, were also committed by “Family” members, and incriminated Leslie Van Houten as a participant in the second murder. On June 15, 1970, Manson, Atkins, Krenwinkel, and Van Houten were tried while Watson remained in Texas fighting extradition. The details of the trial were reported throughout the world. Kasabian was a reliable and consistent witness. She testified about a hippie group and its leader Charles Manson, a thwarted musician who believed that a race war was imminent. He believed that the music of The Beatles warned of the coming holocaust, which he referred to as “Helter Skelter”, after the Beatles song, and also believed that only the “chosen”, his “family”, would survive. Briefly associated with Terry Melcher, Manson had believed that Melcher would foster his musical aspirations; when this did not occur, Manson felt infuriated and betrayed. Manson believed that …
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A great band from Austin, TX with a great sense of humor. I wish they were more widely known. This song is from their album “Never an Adult Moment”.
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