Monday, May 15, 2006

Bruce Davis' Magical Gut

















I LOVE the Manson2Jesus site -it is funnier than the freaking Colbert Report.


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Manson and one of the girls met me at Los Angeles International.

"Get out -- This is trouble!" My gut warned me when I first saw them. I ignored the warning and returned to the old movie ranch, the point of my previous departure.

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A few weeks later, I drove three others to the home of Gary Hinman. He was a former Family acquaintance they intended to rob. They would not believe Gary's plea that he had no money and the robbery turned into a murder. When I heard of Gary's death, my gut warned, "Get Out!" Again, I ignored it. I was not present at the time of the murder; however, having driven the car and later being in the house, I was implicated. Later, I was present at the murder of Donald Shea. This time, to ensure my involvement, Manson insisted I make a cut on Donald's dead body. I was afraid to refuse and made a shallow three inch cut on his shoulder. Soon after, I was indicted for conspiracy to commit murder and became a fugitive.

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Sucks to be Bruce. You have a magical gut and you just don't listen. Good thing you didn't actually do anything wrong Bruce. Just so misunderstood.

Bruce, does your gut tell you to leave that pesky soap on the bathroom floor?

Listen to your gut kids!

21 comments:

Yepyep said...
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Pristash said...

My gut doesn't actually speak, but it sure does know how to tell me some things.

Gotta go, I'm hungry.

ColScott said...

yes
and a lot of people were murdered in that house too

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Heaven said...

This bothers me

"I was present at the murder of Donald Shea. This time, to ensure my involvement, Manson insisted I make a cut on Donald's dead body. I was afraid to refuse and made a shallow three inch cut on his shoulder."

By accounts, Davis was more vicious and dangerous then Tex..
Some of the girls said they were scared to death of him...

So why do I have trouble with him being "afraid to refuse"? That statement just doesn't sound right.

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Heaven said...

In Manson's absence, Bruce was the "leader".. HE was Manson's right hand...

I read that when Charlie wasn't around, the girls were scared of Bruce, that he could be very mean..
They said he was more vicious then Tex.. I don't know in what ways cause I can't recall if they said any or not, but I can go look it up...

Maybe he just had a way about him that was more aggressive than Tex or Manson... Whatever it was, some of the girls were scared of him...

None of them were ever scared of Tex...

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Heaven said...

I might have read it in a parole hearing of either Leslie, Patricia or Susan.. I know I read it somewhere but I can't put my finger on where...

Maybe someone else has heard this and will know who said it.. Meanwhile, I'll keep lookin

=)

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Salem said...

Heaven said:
I read that when Charlie wasn't around, the girls were scared of Bruce, that he could be very mean..
They said he was more vicious then Tex.. I don't know in what ways cause I can't recall if they said any or not, but I can go look it up...

please do.
thanks

Heaven said...
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Heaven said...

Was said by Barbara Hoyt... She wrote a letter the the Board Of Prison Terms opposing the parole of Bruce Davis in 2000...

I think it's also covered in Shadow Over Santa Susana...

=)

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