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How the Manson Family Murders Worked

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Author's Note: How the Manson Family Murders Worked

I don't think there's much more to be said about Charles Manson. It's tragic that so many people died so horribly. It's deeply disquieting to be reminded how easily people can believe in the most ludicrous, terrible things and commit heinous acts in support of those beliefs.

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