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Spahn Ranch - History - The Manson Family
... was 80 years old and living at the ranch when he allowed The Manson Family to move in, rent-free, in exchange for labor ... The family did daily chores and helped run the horse rental business, which had become Spahn's main source of income ... arrangement, Spahn was never accused of any role in the many murders for which members of the Family were later convicted, the most infamous being the Tate-LaBianca murders ...
Catherine Share - After The Manson Family
... Share returned to the remnants of Spahn Ranch to be interviewed about her role in the Manson Family for the series Our Generation on The History Channel ... Share was interviewed about her involvement with the Manson Family by forensic psychologist Dr ...
Charles Manson Discography - Discography - Recordings By The Family Not Featuring Charles Manson
... The Manson Family Sings the Songs of Charles Manson (LP). 1970 recordings of Manson's songs performed by Steve Grogan as lead singer, along with Red, Blue, Gypsy, Brenda, Ouisch and Capistrano ... The Family Jams (2CD, Transparency 0011) ...
Manson (film)
... Manson is a 1973 documentary film directed by Robert Hendrickson and Laurence Merrick ... It deals with the "Manson family" and has many interviews with the members of the group, including Charles Manson, "Squeaky" Fromme, and Sandra Good ... This film contains original footage of the Charles Manson Family at their Spahn Ranch compound, Devil's Canyon, their Barker Ranch hideout in Death Valley, the Hall of Justice in Los Angeles and various other locations ...

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