Helter Skelter 1976 CD1
Good evening. You are about to see a dramatization of actual facts...
...in which some of the names have been changed. But the story is true.
lf it were not true, it would not be believable...
...for it is one of the most bizarre chapters in the history of crime.
We may not like to accept that people such as those...
...in the story of Helter Skelter exist in our life, and yet they do.
And while they do, we cannot say that the story of Helter Skelter is ended.
The foothills and canyons above Beverly Hills...
...in the early morning hours of Saturday, August 9, 1969.
''It was so quiet, '' one of the killers would say...
... ''you could hear ice rattling in cocktail shakers...
...in the homes way down the canyon. ''
What was that? Sounded like a gun.
Come on, let's go to bed.
Hey, hey, hey. Shut up, you two.
You two are gonna end up in the pound if you don't look out.
Now what's the matter, boy, huh? What's the matter?
-What are you shaking for, huh? -Please, don't. Don't. No, please.
Please, no. No. No!
And what direction did the screams come from?
l couldn't say exactly. ln these hills the sounds get scrambled.
Murder! Murder! Murder!
Six-Adam-25 at location.
All right, please, everybody move back. Just move back, please.
We don't know anything yet.
How do you open this thing? Miss, how do you open this thing?
l'll need you to identify the bodies.
l can't go back in there. No, no, no way.
Hey, look, there's even blood on this button.
ls that the killer? Where did you find him?
How many did he kill?
-Well, what's his name? -Garretson, William.
Mr. Rosner? Sergeant Smith, Homicide.
-You are Mr. Polanski's business manager? -Yeah.
lt's going to be difficult for you, sir, we know, but we need your help.
The first one is in this car here, Mr. Rosner.
-Can you identify him, sir? -No.
-No idea? -l never saw him before.
All right, can we look at the others now, please?
A friend of Roman's from Poland.
Do you know her?
l think so.
lt'd be a big help if you could make it positive.
The coffee family.
Yeah, she and Voytek were staying with...
...Sharon while Roman was--
l'll have that blood sample in five seconds.
l'll get that later.
l think, l don't really know.
l know he's beat all to hell, but you're pretty sure?
Would you come to this side of the sofa, please, Mr. Rosner?
Oh, my God. Sharon.
Often called one of the world's most beautiful women...
...Miss Tate was eight months pregnant at the time of her death.
Her body, clad only in flowered bikini panties and bra...
...and bearing multiple stab wounds...
...was found with a nylon rope tied around her neck.
The other end was around the neck of Jay Sebring...
...known men's hair stylist, who according to police...
...had been stabbed, beaten and shot.
Police describe Garretson's answers as stuporous and unresponsive.
They said he would be held for further questioning.
In other developments, law enforcement sources confirm today...
...that drugs have been found in the house on Elysium Drive...
...as well as in Jay Sebring's Porsche.
One day after the Tate murders, Leno and Rosemary LaBianca...
...return from a trip to the mountains.
Veteran newsmen theorize...
...that the fact that Garretson was held for questioning had not been specifically--
-How are you folks? -Fine, Herb.
-l'm not. -She's upset because of these killings.
-A terrible thing. -Yeah.
The world is full of crazies.
-They got the guy, so what's the worry? -lt sure sounds like the guy.
-Have you folks been up at the lake? -Yeah.
-lt must be nice there. -l don't know.
l couldn't get a racing form up there.
Listen, the last time we were up there somebody went through our house.
-l'll see you later. -So long.
-How old are you? -Nineteen.
Keep your look forward, please.
Were you the caretaker?
ls your true last name Garretson?
Did you know the boy they found dead in the car?
Steve Parent. But not so good.
Concerning Steve Parent, did you cause his death?
You understood the question?
Do you feel responsible for Steve's death?
-Well, that he even knew me, yeah. -Huh?
Well, that he even knew me.
l mean, he wouldn't have come to visit me that night.
Nothing would've happened, in other words, to him.
Did you cause Mrs. Polanski's death?
Why are you so nervous?
-Wouldn't you be? -Not if l was telling the truth.
But l am telling the truth.
l can tell you what made me so nervous if you want to know.
When they brought me in here...
...a policeman pointed to me and said, ''That's the guy.
That's the guy who killed all those people.''
-So it's not because you're lying? -l'm not lying.
l'm just confused.
Why are you confused?
Well, for one thing...
...how come l wasn't murdered?
-Are you Franklyn? -Yeah.
Harry Jones, Sheriff's Homicide, and my partner, Bob White.
-We know each other. Hi, Ted. -Sit down, fellas. You want some coffee?
-Oh, we're on our way to eat. -Well, it's about that time.
-You're on Tate, right? -Yeah.
What do you got?
Maybe nothing. We've been on the Hinman case.
Hinman, the music teacher?
He was cut up pretty good like the Tate people.
The same kind of crazy viciousness, you know.
And we saw in the Teletype that the Tate killers left a message, ''pig.''
Yeah, in blood.
The Hinman killers wrote ''political piggy'' on the wall.
-ln blood. -Well, didn't you pick up somebody on that?
-Bobby Beausoleil. -So he was in custody during Tate?
The thing is we don't think he was alone on Hinman.
He's been living with a bunch of hippies at the old--
A bunch of weirdos out there. They think their leader is Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ, huh? Peace and love and flowers.
These are bigtime dope murders, Harry. Now we're sure of that.
...we thought it was worth mentioning anyhow.
Similar mode of death, message left in both places...
...both printed, both in blood, the word ''pig'' in both messages.
Well, l see what you mean, but the dope angle is the only one that fits here.
-You want to come and eat with us? -No, thanks, l'm brown-bagging.
l gotta hang around.
So long, sir. Good luck.
Sunday, two days after the Tate murders.
l really am sorry, sis, to get you up so late.
That's okay, Frank. l don't blame you.
When l saw all the shades down and the boat in the driveway...
...and the light on in the kitchen and Mom didn't answer...
...when l kept knocking, well, l got a little scared to go in.
You did the right thing.
Susan, why don't you wait here, and Frank and l'll take a look.
Garretson is released for lack of evidence three days after the Tate murders...
...two after LaBianca.
l don't see any connection between the Tate and LaBianca killings.
There are similarities, but we think the dissimilarities...
...are so strong as to preclude any connection. For instance--
-And the writings on the wall? -l don't know who told you...
...there was writing at the LaBianca residence. l didn't say there was.
We believe the LaBiancas were killed by a copycat.
There are a lot of psychos. This sort of thing turns them on.
Are you saying the killings were done by psychos?
I'm saying we have no motive...
...and there was no connection between the victims that we know of.
-That you know of? -That we know of.
Drugs were found at the Tate murders, while none were found at the LaBiancas.
We believe the Tate killings were a drug burn.
Now, here's that Beatles album l told you about.
l don't say it's anything solid, but l got me a hunch.
-Mark, you guys working on the Tate case? -LaBianca, Ted's on Tate.
Now here, you see?
-l've got something for you guys. -A good cigar?
Those pieces of gun grip you found at the Tate scene...
...they come from a Hi Standard .22 caliber Longhorn revolver.
Now, that's known as a Buntline Special.
lt's patterned after guns that Ned Buntline made for Wyatt Earp.
-Look, the firearms experts broke the case. -As usual.
They're not too many made with that kind of grip.
We're sending a flyer out to every P.D. in the U.S. and Canada.
-ln no time at all, you'll have your gun. -Sure. One chance in a 1000.
All you do is match up the bullets found in Sebring and Frykowski...
...your case is solved, just like on TV.
That's not the way you break cases, Hank. You do it by filling out forms in triplicate.
Now, here's a song called ''Piggies.''
-They printed ''death to pigs'' on the wall. -Right.
And here's a song called ''Helter Skelter.'' ''Helter Skelter was on the refrigerator door.''
-Look, l know it's a wild guess-- -That's not so wild.
lt's not as wild as stabbing some woman 41 times...
...and then go on stabbing her even after she's dead.
lt may as well be thrown in. We don't have much.
-You said it. -Well, it beats a blank.
One week after the killings...
...in answer to complaints of an auto-theft ring...
...but unrelated to the Tate-LaBianca investigations...
...deputies from the L.A. Sheriff's Department conduct a raid...
...at the isolated Spahn Movie Ranch in the Simi hills northwest of Los Angeles.
Because some of the members of the hippie cult at the ranch...
...sleep in groups away from the main buildings...
...many of the officers move into the ranch from the back way.
All right, put your hands on your head. Keep them where l can see them.
Get up! Come here! Get up!
Danny DeCarlo, a member of the Straight Satan motorcycle club.
Danny stays at the ranch because of the wide variety of girls.
Susan Denise Atkins, 21 years old...
...also known as Sadie Mae Glutz, and infant son, Zezozose Zadfrack Glutz.
This one's got a baby.
Come on. All right, come on.
Let go of my arm. Christ.
-Okay, Charlie, come on out of there. -Come on, let's get your hands up.
-Move! -All right! Damn it, l'm coming!
-All right! -Get out.
All right! All right! l'm coming! l'm coming! l'm here, man!
-Quit struggling! You're not gonna get hurt. -Just be quiet, Charlie, everything's okay.
-All right, on your feet. -Let's go. Up. Up.
-What's the matter? -You're under arrest.
-What for? -Grand theft auto, okay? Let's go.
Why don't you tell them to relax. l'll tell some of the girls to be nice to you.
Sayce, 22 years old, also known as Moses, also known as Boots.
Steve Grogan, 17, also known as Clem...
...an escapee from a state mental hospital.
Patricia Krenwinkel, 22 years old...
...also known as Katie, also known as Marnie Reeves...
...also known as Big Patty, also known as Mary Ann Scott.
There he is. All right, Charlie...
...tell them l'm a ranch hand. l'm not part of your crummy Family.
Look, wake up old man Spahn. Ask him.
l don't belong to this gang. l'm a ranch hand.
Damn it, why do you do this to me every time you put a bust on these bums?
l work here. You take me in, Flynn, who's gonna do the work?
-Will you tell us what you know? -You're damn right.
Snitch! Snitch! Snitch!
lt's not nice to snitch, Shorty.
Charles Milles Manson, also known as Jesus Christ, God, Soul, the Devil.
Charles Willis Manson, born No Name Maddox, November 12th, 1934.
Mother, Kathleen Maddox. Lived with a succession of men.
Married briefly to William Manson, who gave young Charles his last name.
Let's start getting these people out of here.
All right, all children with their mothers.
All females, let's go. On your feet.
Single-file line to the bus.
-On your feet, girl. -What do you think we're on?
-Okay. -All right, on your feet. Get on your feet.
Kathleen Maddox served time in state penitentiary for armed robbery.
Charles lived with relatives, then his mother...
...and a series of her lovers in rundown hotels.
Unwanted, he ran away at 12, burglarized several stores...
...was caught and sent to Boys Town.
Fled four days later in a stolen car. Committed first armed robbery, age 13.
Has spent 17 years, one half of his life...
...in boys homes, jails and federal penitentiaries.
Took guitar lessons in prison from Alvin Karpis...
...lone survivor of the old Ma Barker gang.
Twice married and divorced. Fathered two children, probably more.
Criminal record includes burglary, armed robbery, attempted escape...
...parole violation, homosexual rape, assault, procuring...
...mail theft, grand theft auto, forgery.
Psychiatric evaluation: emotional instability, rejection reaction...
...psychic trauma, bisexual, dangerous, assaultive.
Three weeks after the murders...
...9-year-old Steven Quint is working with his father in their back yard.
Hey, Dad. Hey, Dad, look what l found.
l'm holding it this way so l don't mess up the fingerprints. l saw it on Dragnet.
My son's convinced this gun was involved in every major crime...
...from the Black Dahlia to those Tate murders three weeks ago.
We appreciate your calling, Mr. Quint.
lt looks like it's been used to hammer something.
Steven Quint's discovery is tagged and filed in the property room...
...of the Van Nuys Division of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Come out! Come on out! Let's go!
Come on out! Come on!
-What happened? -We had to release them.
-DA's reject. lnsufficient evidence. -My aching back.
Come on, let's go! Come on, go! Go!
-Sheriff's Homicide. Jones. -Harry, Phil Cohen here.
-Hey, Phillip, what's up? -Well, just a thought.
-You were working on that Hinman case? -Yeah, we're still on it.
Well, Mark and l are on this LaBianca thing, and we were just wondering...
...what exactly did you find printed on the walls at the Hinman place?
-Political piggy? -Right, Hinman's blood.
-Political piggy. -That's one hell of a coincidence, huh?
-You said it. -By the way, Phil....
-Yeah. -We picked up that whole gang...
...out there at Spahn Ranch.
You know, that's where Bobby Beausoleil was living when he killed Garry Hinman.
There's a ranch hand out there...
...you might want to talk to. Name is Shorty Shea.
He's had a couple run-ins with the leader of this gang...
...and he may have heard something.
Right, Shorty Shea. l got it, Harry. Thank you.
-You bet. -Okay, bye-bye.
Come on in.
Hi. You're new around here, aren't you?
Charlie left me here to take good care of George.
They took off, huh? l thought the place looked deserted.
-Manuel Gris, Mr. Spahn. -Phil Cohen, Mr. Spahn.
l recognize your voice, Mr. Cohen.
Charlie and his girls took off the day after you were down here last time.
Over a month ago.
Yeah. You gentlemen want some lunch?
-No, thank you. Some other time. -No, thank you.
But we were wondering, Mr. Spahn...
...if Mr. Shea had come back from San Francisco yet.
-Shorty? -Couple of Charlie's girls...
...told us he went to San Francisco for a few weeks.
That's what Charlie told me too.
But it wasn't like old Shorty to haul freight like that without saying boo to me about it.
But he just turned up missing one day, and l ain't seen hide nor hair of him since.
--learned exclusively that pieces of a gun grip were found at the Tate murder scene.
And that the gun police are seeking is a .22 caliber pistol.
That's the news. And now, this comment and a question:
Two months have passed since Sharon Tate and four others were slaughtered.
And yet not one suspect is in custody.
Not one piece of concrete evidence is presented to a frightened community...
...that progress is being made.
-Sounds like the gun Stevie found. -Had a broken grip, didn't it?
lt must not be the one. When was it we gave it to the police?
Was over a month ago.
Surely they'd have come back to ask more questions by now.
And search the hillside.
Death Valley, California, two months after the Tate and LaBianca murders.
Stephanie Mark, 17 years old.
And Kitty Lassiter, 17 years old and five months pregnant.
-Please, will you take us somewhere? -Oh, please!
-Where you going? -Anywhere at all.
-Somebody is trying to kill us. -All right, who?
-Charlie Manson. -Please! Come on!
-Come on. -Get in the back.
They tell the officers the Manson Family left Spahn Ranch a month before...
...and has stayed at Barker Ranch in Death Valley.
Kitty is pregnant by Family member Bobby Beausoleil...
...now in custody in Los Angeles for the murder of Gary Hinman.
Stephanie is a recent favorite of Charlie Manson, now fallen from grace.
Both girls believe Manson will kill them for what they know.
They don't know that Manson and the Family were arrested two days earlier...
...for the destruction of an earthmoving machine.
We got him over in the jail at lndependence. We picked him up, and the gang, yesterday.
-What for? -Arson.
Burning up one of those earthmoving machines.
-You have anything to do with it? -No.
-Are you taking us to lndependence too? -l'm afraid we'll have to.
You're not gonna put us with them, are you?
No, you'll be by yourself.
Now, what are some of those things that you know that Charlie wishes you didn't?
Bobby Beausoleil didn't do it by himself. l know that.
What's that, kill Gary Hinman?
Sadie was there too. She helped.
-Sadie? -Sadie Mae Glutz.
Sadie Mae Glutz. ls that her real name?
No, l think her real name is Susan Atkins.
Susan Atkins is Sadie Mae Glutz?
lsn't that the girl we arrested yesterday?
You better call the L.A. County Sheriff's Office.
Have them send somebody down to talk to that little lady.
Even after Bobby slashed his face, he just wouldn't give us the money.
ls that why you ended up having to kill him? The money?
Sure. $5000. We knew he had it.
He just wouldn't give it to us.
So me and Bobby took turns sleeping and guarding him, so he wouldn't get away.
And one night, while l was in the kitchen...
...l heard Gary yell, ''Don't, Bobby.''
And he staggered into the kitchen. He had blood on his chest.
Sort of pouring out through his fingers, you know?
-What happened then? -Well....
We thought that was it for him. He fell down, he was just laying there.
So we wiped the house for prints, okay?
And we were about to jam out of there, and we heard Gary again.
Just moaning and groaning.
He's a funny guy. He just wouldn't die. Just wouldn't.
So Bobby went back in, and l heard Gary again.
''Oh, no, Bobby. Please, don't.''
And then l heard a sound like gurgling, as when people are dying.
Would you repeat this on tape for us?
-Why did you tell us in the first place? -For fun.
You can't use it. l'll just say l made it up.
Okay, Sadie Mae. We'll be bringing you back to L.A. this afternoon.
You have any objection to flying in a small plane?
l love to fly.
Two months and one week after the Tate-LaBianca killings...
...Atkins is arrested for the Gary Hinman murder...
...and brought to Sybil Brand Institute for Women in East Los Angeles.
Take 31 , that's your bunk.
-Cute. -Yeah, probably straight too.
-What's your name, honey? -Sadie.
Charlie's the strongest man alive.
They keep putting him in prison. They can't break him. He has powers.
-Powers? -Believe me.
l mean, he's not very big, physically...
...but everybody does what he says.
Even when he doesn't say it.
-You know what l mean. -No, not really.
He's our father. He's our leader.
-He's our love. -Really good, huh?
Our teacher. He's everything.
You're a nice person, Ronnie. l can trust you.
-Thanks. -No, l feel that.
Charlie's Jesus Christ.
What are you in here for?
First degree murder. Gary Hinman.
-Did you do it? -Sure.
They got it wrong.
They claim l held him while Bobby stabbed him.
The way it came down was Bobby held him while l stabbed him four or five times.
-Cops are really dumb. -What do you mean?
There's a case right now.
They're so far off the track, they don't even know what's happening.
-What are you talking about? -That one in Benedict Canyon.
-Oh, you don't mean Sharon Tate? -Sure.
You know who did it, don't you?
...you're looking at her.
You gotta be kidding.
Boy, l'm tired.
Why don't we go to bed?
Why don't l stay here?
l'm really tired.
-Good night, love. -Good night.
-Danny DeCarlo? -Hello.
-You know Kitty Lassiter? -No, man. l never heard of her.
She says you used to hang around Spahn's Ranch with Charlie Manson's Family.
Man, l never heard of him either.
Couple of charges pending against you, l believe, Danny.
Grand theft and a federal rap.
Giving false information while purchasing a firearm.
Maybe they made a mistake cutting you out on your own recognizance.
Well, l guess you boys wanna ask me a few questions, huh?
The morning of November 18, 1969, I was on my way to work in the Hall of Justice.
It was just three months after the Tate-LaBianca murders.
Come here. l was looking for you.
-What's this all about? -Never mind. You'll see.
We've got statements from the bikers, Al Springer and Danny DeCarlo.
-Well, they finally found you, huh, Vince? -Congratulations, Vince.
l want you to okay this press release before we let it go out, all right?
''Dateline, Los Angeles, November 18, 1969.
DA Evelle Younger's office announced today...
...that Deputy DA Vincent T. Bugliosi...
...has been named co-prosecutor in the Sharon Tate murder case.''
Are we gonna handle it?
''Mr. Bugliosi, chosen from a staff of 450 lawyers to prosecute this case...
...has previously tried 104 felony jury trials, losing only one.''
You make me sound like a sure winner.
-What do we got to go on? -Not much.
Few statements, that's it. None of which can be used in evidence.
-Aranda? -That's right.
California Supreme Court, The People v. Aranda, 1965.
These are all statements from defendants implicating codefendants.
So Manson ordered Hinman killed.
Yep, that's the way Bobby told it.
-He said Charlie sent him, Mary, Sadie-- -Wait a minute. Who's Mary?
Mary Brunner, man.
ls this her?
Yeah, that's her.
Her and Bobby and Sadie.
They went to Gary's place.
By the way, my man...
...is Charlie gonna know l talked to you guys?
-Charlie's up in jail in lndependence. -Charlie's got a long reach, man.
None of the girls know you're here. We'll make sure they don't.
Just between me and you...
...the little dude scares the hell out of me.
He's a freak, man.
l mean, he did Shorty just like that, just because he thought he was snitching.
-Who told you that? -lt's in the tapes.
-l told the other detectives. -Tell me again.
-So your story doesn't change. -l'm telling the truth.
Now, what would be the point?
Okay, Danny. All right. Who told you about killing Shorty?
-Said they cut him up in nine pieces, man. -ls this him?
Chopped his head off too.
-Boots? -Yeah, man. Boots.
He was one of the young kids. He hung out to the ranch.
He didn't seem to fit in with the Family.
Boots is no longer with us, Danny.
What do you mean, ''Boots is no longer with us''?
He's among the dead.
Couple weeks ago. Accidentally shot himself playing Russian roulette.
-Who was with him? -Cisco Budge.
Okay. Boots must have got out of line.
-That wasn't no accident. -Some other members of the Family--
l know, l know. And they all tell the same story, right?
That's it, partner. l ain't talking no more. l'm riding out of here on the wind.
There's still charges against you, Danny. l don't think you'll feel very safe in jail.
-That's where Charlie is. -That sure is cold, man.
Danny, go to Spahn Ranch with me tomorrow.
Oh, no way, baby. No. Not the kid.
l heard some of the Family is still up there.
We need a guide. lf you don't wanna go, it's your decision.
Well, what about the charges, man?
All right, l'll do it. Yeah, l'll do it.
lf you handcuff me.
Flapping to the fuzz, huh, Danny?
-My God. Does she live here? -Yeah, she lives here.
-She's happy. -ls it all right to be happy?
And they had this 9 mm Polish random automatic.
Danny, did you ever see a .22 caliber Buntline revolver?
-That's the one Charlie carried. -Here's another .22.
-Wait a minute, are you sure of that? -About the Buntline? Hell, yes, l'm sure.
-Cleaned the guns. l am a weapons man. -So Charlie had a .22 caliber Buntline.
That's the one he did the Black Panther with.
-You hear about that one? -No.
That's the kill that went down about a year ago.
Charlie had some trouble with this nigger over a dope deal. So he snuffed him.
When was the last time you saw that .22 Buntline?
A week before the sheriff's office raided us.
-So that would be August 16th, right? -Hey.
Charlie didn't allow no calendars or clocks at the ranch.
About a week after the Tate killings, l asked him what happened to his gun.
He always carried it in a holster. l noticed right away it wasn't there.
He said, ''Hey, man, l just gave it away.''
Danny, do you think Charlie had anything to do with Tate?
Man, l don't feel like talking about that.
You know, Shorty's buried around here somewhere, in nine different graves.
He was a real right dude too.
Danny, if we ever find this .22 caliber Buntline revolver, could you lD it?
Hell, yes, l could.
-Who was the last to die? -Sharon was the last to die.
l was holding her arms behind her...
...and she's looking at me, begging and crying.
''Please, don't kill me. Please, don't kill me.
l don't wanna die. l wanna live. l wanna have my baby. l wanna have my baby.''
And l looked her straight in the eye, and l said:
''Look, bitch, l don't care about you. l don't care about your baby.
You better be ready. You're gonna die, and l don't feel a thing about it.''
-And l proceeded to stab, okay? -Okay.
-And you know what? -What?
l just kept stabbing her and stabbing her until she stopped screaming.
But she was pregnant. Didn't it bother you to kill her?
l thought you understood.
l loved her.
And in order for me to kill her, l was killing part of myself when l killed her.
ln fact, Charlie gave us instructions to mutilate them.
We were gonna cut out the baby if we had time.
l gotta go to the can.
You know the other two? The next night?
Well, what do you think?
And there's more. Before...
...one guy, we cut his head off.
Three more out in the desert, and more besides.
At least 11 . Eleven they'll never solve.
And there's gonna be plenty more to come.
We're gonna pick out some of the biggest pigs and execute them...
...and release them from this Earth.
You have to have a real love in your heart for people to do this for them.
-You know? -l gotta go to the can.
l'll let you get some sleep.
Sergeant, my life could be in danger if anybody catches me talking to you.
l know who killed Sharon Tate, and l wanna talk to the lieutenant, please.
You know who killed Tate, and you want the lieutenant?
-l'll tell him. -Real soon, please.
-l said, l'd tell him. -Okay.
Now get back in line and go to lunch with the other girls.
-Did you ask him? -Ask who?
Oh. Yeah. He wants more details to see if you knew what you were talking about.
Okay. Could we go someplace else private?
l happen to know that the killers did not cut out the baby.
So you tell her that her informant is either lying or unreliable. Quit wasting our time.
Sergeant Broom, that's not what l said. l didn't say she cut out the baby.
She wanted to cut out the baby. They wanted to do all these other kinds of things.
And they didn't have the time. That's what l told you.
l think we've bothered the lieutenant enough.
-No. -The matter is closed.
Oh, my God.
Here, take these. You go to court today, don't you?
-Well, it's nothing to get thrown about. -Oh, it's not that.
l'm just nervous.
l'll give you each 50 cents if you let me get in front of you in this line.
-Cash? -Yeah. Here, look.
-Deal. -Oh, thanks a lot.
Bus for the court leaves in four minutes.
Yeah, well, what do you want me to do?
l know, l know.
The lawyer said--
Hello, is this Homicide? Oh, my name is Ronnie Howard.
And l-- What?
Howard. Yes, sir.
l wanna report that l know the people that committed some of the murders...
...that you are presently working on the cases right now. Yes, sir. And--
Ronnie Howard, sir. Yes.
Which ones? Well....
Sharon Tate is one of them, sir.
lf we don't find the gun and tie it to Manson, we have nothing on him...
None of the statements places him at the murder scenes.
But he ordered these killings! He ordered Shea, Tate, Hinman, LaBianca.
-He's as guilty as Hitler. -Can we prove it?
-Not yet. -Then we better go with what we got.
-What have we got? -Susan Atkins.
-L.A.P.D. wants to make a deal with her. -No way. lmmunity for her?
lf what she told Ronnie Howard is true, she personally killed Hinman and Tate.
-We don't give her anything. -We may have no choice.
Chief Davis doesn't want her to walk away any more than you do.
But the public pressure on him is unbelievable.
Every time he shows his face, a reporter asks him:
''What, if anything, is happening on Tate?'' He is being pilloried by the press.
-Aaron, just give me some time. -We don't have time!
lnyo County can't hold Manson forever on that arson charge.
He'll disappear the minute they spring him, unless we make a case against him, fast.
We need a motive, Vince.
What would be the motive for the Tate slaughter?
-Robbery? -No, no. lt can't be robbery.
-Too much valuable property left behind. -That's right.
Well, you know how tough it is to prove conspiracy, Vince.
And that's what we gotta prove if we're gonna convict Manson.
Right, right, right.
You gonna prove that Manson's domination over these hippies is so great...
...that he ordered them to commit seven seemingly unmotivated murders?
And they obeyed?
Good luck with the jury on that one.
The Panamint Mountain Range. The western edge of Death Valley.
Three months after the killings. Frank Fowles, DA of Inyo County...
...guides a search party to Barker Ranch, where the Family lived for over a month...
-...prior to their arrest in October. -Now, you're sure this trip was necessary?
You mean to tell me, Manson drove that bus up the way we just came?
He brought it up here from the Vegas side, which is only a little less rough.
lt'll never be driven out of here, l can tell you that.
These magazines all have an article on Hitler in them.
Oh, Charlie's a Hitler nut...
...among other things.
Vince, l have never heard anything like the report...
...the raiding officers turned in on this gang up here.
Drugs, sex orgies, dozens of girls running around naked.
Hell, they were charging all over the landscape...
...in a bunch of dune buggies they brought up here.
They had field phones strung all over the area.
You-- You know this Charlie thinks he's Jesus Christ.
Yeah, so l heard.
-...what exactly are you looking for? -Remember that .22 l told you about?
Come on, there are no guns here.
This place has been gone over with a fine-toothed comb.
Well, at the LaBianca residence...
...the credit cards were stolen, and her driver's license.
Maybe they stole some dresses.
-These dresses come from good stores. -Maybe we can find some blood stains.
At the Tate residence, a killer left a bloody heel print on the porch.
There was a little mark, a little indentation. lf l could match that up....
-Hey, Ross, did you find anything? -Oh, yeah, everything except blood.
This is the filthiest mess of clothes l've seen. lt should be cleaned, then burned.
-What time you got? -3:30.
-Already? You sure about that thing? -Within a minute, you could bet on it.
lt gets dark early up here. l think we should start back.
Independence, California, November 21, 1969.
Lisa Armbruster, 25, also known as Richie. Married name, Mrs. Charles Nicholas.
Cindy Jane Orelia, 2 1, also known as Freckles, also known as Martha Ellen Fry.
Excuse me, girls. l've been looking for you.
Aren't you Cindy and Lisa?
-l'm Vincent Bugliosi. -Oh, the DA from L.A.?
Did you enjoy your trip to the ranch?
We visited Charlie in the jailhouse. He told us you were there.
Well, how'd you girls like to have a little chat with me this afternoon?
Sure, if you'll buy us some candy.
You two are the first actual members of the Manson Family l've had a chance to talk to.
-You seem very happy. -We are.
-Mr. Fowles has a very nice office. -Are you always this happy?
-What's the secret? -We found the truth.
-What's the truth? -Charlie is love.
Charlie is love. ls that it?
-How do you mean, the male-female sense? -Well, that's it, but that's only a part.
-Love is love. You can't define it. -Did Charlie teach you that?
Charlie taught us to look at ourselves and see the love within.
When you accompanied Charlie up to Barker Ranch in that bus...
-...how did he get it over the washouts? -He flew it.
You actually believe Charlie made the bus fly over the washouts?
Oh, we were there.
Do you believe he's Jesus Christ?
When you were at Spahn Ranch, Charlie assigned you to keep house...
-...for George Spahn. ls that right? -Yes. l love George.
ls your love for Charlie different than for George Spahn?
No. Love is love.
Come on. George Spahn is over 80 years old.
l'm in love with George. lf he asked me to marry him, l would.
He's a beautiful person inside.
And he's a good lover too.
Actually, l'm not very interested in your sex life, Cindy.
What l am very, very interested in is what you may know...
...about the Tate, Hinman, LaBianca and other murders.
-We don't know anything about any crimes. -All we know or care about is love.
Well, do you mind telling me where you two were on the nights of August 8 and 9?
There's no such thing as time.
There's only love.
Okay, Charlie, let's get going. Gate's open. Unlocked.
Okay, Charlie. Let's go.
Charlie, tell me, what is it you got against these earthmoving machines anyhow?
That's the pigs ripping off nature, man.
ls that a fact? Well, let's go. Come on.
Three months after the Tate-LaBianca murders...
...Manson is arraigned at the Inyo-Kern County courthouse...
...for the destruction of the county's earthmoving equipment.
l understand Manson's going to plead not guilty to setting fire to that machine.
-He'll get bail. -Ask for as high a bail as possible.
You can hold him till l'm ready for the grand jury in L.A.
Five deputies for me? What do you gentlemen do when you get a real baddy?
-That's Jesus Christ. -What'd you do with his disciples?
They sound alike, say the same thing, nobody tells me anything.
That's telling me something. Manson is exercising domination over these girls.
The way we can get them to talk is to bring them to L.A...
...away from him, and question them separately.
The wandering troubadour act of his. lt's part of a con to get us to underestimate him.
lf he looks like he's gonna make bail, give me a call in L.A.
The Manson girls are transferred from Independence to L.A. County jurisdiction.
l've talked to the girls, Danny, and l believe Manson had enough domination...
-...to send them to do anything. -Not just the girls. Clem, Tex, Bobby--
Why? Why would he send them to kill Sharon Tate and everybody in that house?
They didn't go there to rob them. They didn't take anything.
See, Charlie taught the Family that pigs just deserve to die.
l mean, that's all they were good for.
He wanted to kill the pigs, blame it on the niggers and start a race war.
Why a race war?
...Charlie was always preaching that the karma was turning, you know?
And it was blackies turn to be on top.
-But why? -l don't know. That's just what he said.
Who did he call pigs?
Pigs. They use that word a lot, don't they?
All the time.
Well, if the other girls talked like you say, fine.
More power to you. Why do you need me?
Leslie Van Houten is interrogated by Sergeant O'Neal of homicide, L.A.P.D.
l wanna know who was involved.
l wanna know how it went down, all the details.
l said l'd talk about it if l changed my mind.
l haven't changed my mind yet.
You're gonna have to talk about it someday.
Maybe, but not today.
Hey, how did you ever trace it back to Spahn?
Who did you see leave the night of August 8?
l went to bed early that night. Really, l don't want to talk about it.
-Why are you trying to protect them? -l don't need to protect nobody.
You couldn't meet a nicer bunch of people.
The Family's no more, Leslie. Charlie's in jail.
-Not for long. -Clem's in jail.
Boots killed himself playing Russian roulette.
Playing Russian roulette? How? Who else was there?
-Cisco Budge. -Was Cisco playing too?
Boots was playing Russian roulette all by himself.
Kind of odd, isn't it?
Yeah, it's odd.
...we know that five people went to the Tate residence. Three girls and two men.
We know that one was Charles.
l don't think Charlie was in on any of them.
There were only four people went up there and three of them were girls.
l heard one girl didn't murder anyone while they was--
-They were up there. -No? Who was that?
Girl by the name of Linda.
-Linda who? -l don't know.
-Who told you she was there? -l don't remember!
l don't remember who told me little details.
Susan Atkins told 15 people in the jailhouse she was there and that she took part in it.
Didn't she mention anyone else?
-Charlie and Katie. -Not Charlie. Charles.
He's Tex. Tex Watson.
-She mentioned Tex and Katie? -That's right.
That's pretty nauseating.
She said that Katie was there. Now, l know that Katie's Patricia Krenwinkel.
And you know that Katie's Patricia Krenwinkel.
She said she went out the next night and killed two people.
Sadie said that?
l'm not saying another word. Nothing!
Leslie, when you help me, you're helping yourself.
lf Boots was found playing Russian roulette, l could be found playing Russian roulette.
-We'll give you 24-hour protection. -Oh, that would really be nice.
l'd rather stay in jail.
Based on inadvertent bits of information leaked by Leslie Van Houten and others...
...and interviews with detectives, L.A.P.D. issues warrants for arrests of three persons.
That's right, sheriff, Charles Denton Watson.
Male Caucasian, 6-feet-2, 160 pounds...
...slim build, ruddy complexion, born December 2, 1945.
-5-foot-3. -187 P.C. Murder.
22 years old, brown hair, blue eyes. That's correct, sir.
Krenwinkel, Patricia. 187 P.C.
Linda Kasabian, age 20, no physical description, present address unknown.
-Hi, Vince. -How you doing?
Talked to Sheriff Ansel in Watson's hometown in Texas.
Watson's there. Sheriff's gonna pick him up.
Ansel, Ansel. Watson used that name. He's using his hometown sheriff's name?
-Second cousins. -l smell extradition problems.
-Maybe good news. -What?
Watson was busted on a drug charge in Van Nuys on April 23 and fingerprinted.
l sent the fingerprints down to latent print section on rush order.
-You come up with anything? -We're working on it.
When we find it, we'll give it to you.
Print on Watson's right ring finger...
...matches the latent thumb on the front door to the Tate residence.
l'll buy you a cup of coffee. That's the first piece of physical evidence...
...connecting any of the suspects to the crime scene.
-What about Manson? -Not one of the five girls will discuss him.
-Not even Van Houten. -So the big fish is still out of the net.
-The only shot we have is Atkins, Vince. -lmmunity for the little monster.
-We don't have much choice. -A minute ago l was happy, now l'm down.
No matter who we convict, if Charlie and Sadie go free, we failed.
Partial failure, maybe. Partial isn't as bad as total failure.
Somehow judging my life by the size of my failures doesn't really grab me.
Concord, NH. Three months, two weeks after the slayings...
...Linda Kasabian, hearing that a warrant is out for her, surrenders to police.
In McKinney, Texas...
...Sergeant Phil Cohen telephones his report to L.A.P.D.
The sheriff, Ansel, won't let us talk to Watson or even take his fingerprints.
l don't know.
We're not gonna get much cooperation from these good old boys down here...
...as far as getting Watson to L.A. to stand trial.
Listen. Before we go in, Dennis, let's check signals.
l want this to be a short meeting.
This is to confirm with the DA what we've discussed.
The best deal that we can give Susan is if she cooperates...
...and testifies truthfully before the jury about the Hinman, Tate, LaBianca cases...
...then we will not seek the death penalty against her in those cases, okay?
You won't use her testimony against her or her codefendants at the trial.
-We're getting the short end. -She's all we've got.
At least we'll get indictments. l don't want a lot of renegotiation...
-...to start after we get in Younger's office. -l'm with you.
-He knows how lucky he is. -Aaron, Vince!
-Lieutenant, you know Dennis? -l've seen him around.
-Could l speak to you alone? -l'll meet you inside.
Right. Right, guy.
We got an exemplar of Krenwinkel's prints from Mobile.
The print of the little finger on her left hand...
...matches a latent that Gerebone lifted off a door in Tate's bedroom.
-You do good work. -Most of the time.
-Who's your friend? -lt's great having physical evidence...
...but l've gotta have the .22 Buntline and a case against Manson.
Now you know that the grand jury proceedings are secret....
Thank you very much, gentlemen! Thank you.
-Where did you first meet Charlie? -l was living in his house in Haight-Ashbury.
Were there other young men and women living in that house with you?
Would it be fair and accurate to say that as a group you were into drugs?
Sure, that would be accurate.
-Shall l get back to Charlie? -Yes, go ahead, please.
Charlie's looking at us right now, and he can hear everything we're saying.
Susan, Charlie is up in lndependence, in jail.
You're not capable of understanding.
...l was sitting in the living room, this is about two years ago...
...and a man walked in, and he had a guitar with him.
And all of a sudden he was surrounded by girls, and he started to sing.
He sounded like an angel.
-You are referring to Charles Manson? -Yes.
A couple of days later, he asked me to go for a walk...
...and we walked a couple of blocks to another house...
...and he told me he wanted to make love with me.
l acknowledged the fact that l wanted to make love with him.
And when l had all my clothes off, he told me...
...to go over to the mirror and look at myself.
l didn't wanna do it, but he took me by the hand and made me do it.
And he said, ''Go ahead and look at yourself.
There's nothing wrong with you. You're perfect.
You always have been perfect.''
-Did you have sexual intercourse with him? -Yes.
Was there any limit to what you would do for him?
-No. -Did you steal for him?
For him? Well, l stole. We all stole. Credit cards, cars, other things.
Did Charlie Manson ask you to steal for him?
No, l took it upon myself. l was....
-We get programmed. -Programmed by Charlie?
By Charlie, but....
lt's hard for me to explain it so that...
...you can see the way-- The way l see.
The words that would come from Charlie's mouth would not come from inside him.
They would come from-- From what l call the infinite.
-The infinite? -Yes. The infinite.
On the eighth of August, did Charlie instruct you and other members to do anything?
Well, l never recall getting any actual instructions from Charlie, other than...
...getting a change of clothing and a knife and was told to do what Tex told me to do.
Did he tell you the type of clothing you should take?
He said to wear dark clothes.
And who went with you that night?
Katie, Tex and Linda.
And Tex said we were going to a house that used to belong to Terry Melcher.
The only reason we were going there was because Tex knew the outline of the house.
Did Tex tell you why you were going to Terry Melcher's former residence?
To get all the money and kill whoever was there.
Didn't make any difference who. You were told to kill them all?
-Did all of you girls enter at the same time? -Only two of us entered.
-One stayed outside. -And who stayed outside?
And Frykowski ran for the front door, yelling for somebody to come and help him.
When he did, Tex got to him and started hitting him over the head with the gun butt.
When the gun butt broke, he started stabbing him.
...when l came out of the house, l saw Tex stabbing Abigail Folger three or....
l don't know how many times.
Katie and l were looking for Linda because she wasn't around.
Then Tex went over to where the other man was on the lawn.
And Tex kicked him in the head...
...and the body didn't move very much, and l believe it was dead at the time.
We have a juror who would like to be excused...
...for just a couple of minutes.
And then Tex told me to go back in the house...
...and write something in the victim's blood.
''Something that would shock the world,'' he said.
Well, l'd previously been involved in something similar to this...
...where l saw ''political piggy'' written on the wall.
So that stuck very heavily in my mind.
So l went back in the house and walked over to Sharon Tate, and l heard sounds.
What kind of sounds were they?
Gurgling sounds, like blood flowing into the body out of the heart.
What did you do then?
l picked up the towel, turned my head and touched her chest...
...and at the same time, l saw that she was pregnant.
And l knew that there was a living being inside of that body, and l wanted to...
...but l didn't have the courage to go ahead and take it.
l took the towel with Sharon Tate's blood...
...walked over to the door, and with the towel wrote ''pig'' on the door.
And when we got back to the ranch, Charlie was waiting for us.
He wanted to know what we were doing home so early.
Tex told him basically what we had done. He said:
''lt all happened fast and there was a lot of panic.''
He said, ''Boy, it sure was helter skelter.'' And then...
...l wiped the car down for blood, and l went to bed.
l made love to someone.
Clem, l think. l'm not sure. Maybe l imagined it.
Now we come to the second night, the night of August the ninth.
Well, that evening Charlie told me again...
...to go ahead and get an extra set of clothing, and l looked at him...
...and l knew what he wanted me to do.
And l gave a sort of sigh and went and did what he asked me to do.
Who went with you that night?
Charlie and Katie and Tex and Linda and--
-Charlie went with you that night? -He was in the car, yes.
-Who else? -And Leslie.
-Leslie Van Houten? -Yes.
And then Katie said the woman heard her husband being killed and started to scream:
''What are you doing to my husband?''
And then Katie said that she then proceeded to stab the woman.
Katie told you this the next morning?
Like l said, Charlie and Linda and l drove off after they went into the house.
Leslie was helping Katie hold the woman down.
We found out later it was Rosemary LaBianca.
Leslie was helping Katie hold the woman down because she was fighting...
...all the way up until she died.
Then Katie said she went in the living room with a fork in her hand...
...looked at the man's stomach, put the fork in his stomach...
...and watched it wobble back and forth.
She said she carved the word ''war'' on his stomach.
Then did Katie, Tex and Leslie leave the house?
No. First they wrote some stuff in blood.
''Death to all pigs,'' l think, and ''Helter Skelter'' and ''arise.''
Then they took a shower, went in the kitchen and made something to eat.
Susan, what do the words ''pig'' and ''Helter Skelter'' mean to you and your Family?
''Pig'' was a word used to describe the establishment.
But you must understand that all words had no meaning to us.
-And ''Helter Skelter'' was explained to me. -By whom?
l don't like to say Charlie. l'd like to say the words came from his mouth...
...that Helter Skelter was to be the last war on the face of the Earth.
lt would be all wars that had been fought built one on top of the other, something...
...no man can conceive in his imagination.
You can't conceive of what it would be like to see every man judge himself...
...and then take it out on every other man all over the face of the Earth.
Sunday, December 14, 1969.
Four months after the murders took place...
...the world begins to read Susan Atkins' story of the murders.
Hey, Charlie. Hear what happened?
Your little tootsie sold her story to the newspapers. lt's all in there.
How you done it. How they done it, all on your orders.
Think you're a big deal, don't you?
Well, l wanna tell you, your butt is in a sling.
Know what they're gonna do to you? They're gonna walk you the long walk.
They're gonna drop the pill on you, Charlie.
What do you think of that, huh? Huh?
lt's the same story she gave the grand jury.
Can't use that. Can't use this.
They'll claim a fair trial's impossible. Too much publicity.
lt's gonna be hard finding jurors that haven't heard about this.
This just makes a tough trial tougher.
Susan's lawyer swears the sale was made only for European publication.
He has no idea how The Times got ahold of the story.
Just a fortunate accident.
The Los Angeles County grand jury hands down the following indictments:
Leslie Van Houten, in custody in Los Angeles...
...two counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder.
Susan Atkins, in custody in Los Angeles, seven counts of murder...
...and one count of conspiracy to commit murder.
Charles Tex Watson, in custody in McKinney, Texas...
...seven counts of murder, one count of conspiracy to commit murder.
Patricia Katie Krenwinkel, in custody in Mobile, Alabama...
...seven counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder.
Linda Kasabian, in custody in Los Angeles...
...seven counts of murder, one of conspiracy to commit murder.
Charles Manson, in custody in Independence, California...
...seven counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder.
-Hi, Manny. -Hey, Vince.
You're not supposed to be walking alone. You're on Manson's death list.
Glad you came. l'm doing the arraignments in four minutes.
Phil and l brought Charlie from lndependence today--
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Honeymoon Killers The
Hororr hotline (2001)
Horse Whisperer The CD1
Horse Whisperer The CD2
Horseman on the Roof The
Horses Mouth The
Hostile Waters 1997
Hot Chick The
Hot Wheels World Race CD1
Hot Wheels World Race CD2
Hound of Baskervilles The
Hour of the Wolf
House By The Cemetary The
House Of The Spirits CD1
House Of The Spirits CD2
House With The Windows That Laugh
House of 1000 Corpses
House of Frankenstein
House of Games (1987)
House of Mirth The
House of Sand and Fog 2003 CD1
House of Sand and Fog 2003 CD2
House of flying daggers
House of the Dead
House of the Flying Daggers
How Green Was My Valley
How The West Was Won 1962 CD1
How The West Was Won 1962 CD2
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
How to Beat the High Cost of Living
How to Keep My Love 2004
How to Murder Your Wife 1965
How to Steal a Million CD1
How to Steal a Million CD2
How to deal
Hratky s certem
Hudsucker Proxy The
Hulk The - Special Edition
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
Hum Kaun Hai
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam
Human Beast The CD1
Human Beast The CD2
Hunchback of Notre Dame II The
Hunchback of Notre Dame The
Hundtricker the movie
Hunger The 1983
Hunt For Red October CD1
Hunt For Red October CD2
Huozhe (Lifetimes) CD1
Huozhe (Lifetimes) CD2
Hurricane The CD1
Hurricane The CD2
Hypnosis (Saimin 1999)
Hypnotic Doctor Sleep
Hypnotist The 1999
Hypo-Chondri-Cat The (1950)