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Vincent Bugliosi on the Implication of the Manson Phenomenon by Vincent Bugliosi

Vincent Bugliosi on the Implication of the Manson Phenomenon

by Vincent Bugliosi

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In a show taped just a few weeks after Squeaky Fromme's attempt on Gerald Ford's life, WFB engages his guest--who had prosecuted Charles Manson and his "family" for the murders of Sharon Tate et al. six years earlier--in an absorbing exploration of the Manson phenomenon: to what extent it grew out of the Sixties culture; whether executing Manson might have put an end to his cult; how Manson resembles and differs from Hitler. VB: "You could look at a photograph of Hitler in high school in a group of fifty people, and right away you'd focus on his eyes. That was not Manson's typical look: he was a visual schizophrenic. He could sit down and talk with you the way I am right now, about football, tennis, anything, and then you might look away from him and then back--and in that momentary interlude, his face would become [transformed] and he'd have that maniacal stare."

Episode S0206, Recorded on October 3, 1975


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