Sunday, September 30, 2007

How Sad....the world of JimNY

There are many many sad fringe people associated with this case. That is why the Col FLED after the screening on Friday. Sure I wanted to converse with Hendrickson... but who else would be there?

I am most concerned about one James Robinson from NYC. He is obsessed with Leslie Van Houten. Look at the two videos below. He actually bought her High School yearbook to make those atrocities. He talks about how meeting her changed his life. He scares me.

But who is this guy? He posts in the insane candygramma group. He attacks the Col because the Col does not think Leslie should go free. But is he dangerous or just the usual blowhard?

Again, lest we never forget, the ACTUAL words of Leslie Van Houten...

"I was obsessed with the knife. Once it went in it just kept going in and in and in."

Direct quote. The knife went in over 20 times.

Here's a better video for you to watch. I can't embed it but--- I present the REAL Leslie Van Houten.

Let me know what you know about JimNY. Colscott AT

Friday, September 28, 2007

Holy Shit We Have a Winner

The Col is just back from the World Premiere of Robert Hendrickson's new film, THE MANSON MOVIE. I went because I had to... I am the Col and I know more about TLB than anyone. You'd want to hear my report first. Well the film ended less than an hour ago. How is it?


And I really mean FANTASTIC. I didn't know what to expect. I mean, Hendrickson has been talking about making this film since 1999 on his site. He spent like three years pursuing ebay and amazon because somebody bootlegged his first Manson film. Which wasn't all that smart because the best way to beat bootleggers is to RELEASE THE MOVIE LEGALLY- which he STILL hasn't done. And the rhetoric on his site was always Evil Charlie BS. So I did not know what to expect, as I said.

I guess I expected overlap with the old film. There is VERY little of that. Minimal.

I guess I expected Evil Charlie bullshit. While he makes a comment or two in the first few minutes of the film leading me to think that he was heading there, he ultimately does not.

I guess I expected more sound bites (as he called the first film in the q and a afterwards). But instead you get a plot. A very unique and clever plot. I'd retitle the film
MANSON- A Filmmaker's Journey. Kind of like Hearts of Darkness was the documentary about making Apocalypse Now. Except one was fiction and one was a doc. And in this case Manson I and Manson II are both docs. But plot wise, this was Hendrickson's story. His journey from drafted soldier in Vietnam to chronicler of the Manson Family.

Hendrickson skillfully creates a sense of time and place in the film, using war footage as well as footage he shot of the Ruben Salazar execution. His voiceover is riveting- he is a good storyteller.

There are some big revelations- not the least of which is Ronnie Howard's claim that she was suppose to lie to ensure a conviction then she would split the reward money 50/50 with Officers Whitely and Guenther.

There are some real howler mistakes- Shorty's name was SHEA not O'Shea, and twice Hendrickson intimates that he was in the presence of Bruce Davis the possible Zodiac Killer- but Davis is not Zodiac and no one thought that back then. It was an early 90s lie foisted by Nellie and Howard Davis. Since these are all in the voiceover they are easily fixable.

He has a POWERFUL ending with Squeaky in an outtake from the gun assembly footage in the first film. She is crying as we learn in typeface what happened to some of the people in the film. I'd want to report on all of them (TJ- Roadkill, Gypsy- Jesus) but there is no denying the power of his ending.

His music choices, from Jimmy Beaver to the Family itself, are all SPOT THE HELL on. They work.

If there is any criticism, it is simply that unless you are the Col or someone immersed at the case, so much of it flies by unexplained. Zero's suicide. Mark Ross. Judas Watkins. Hendrickson doesn't provide a scorecard. But one of my guests tonight, who knows ZIP about the case, addressed my concern by saying "I know I didn't follow it all and I am sure I need to digest it, but that was extremely powerful and the last thirty minutes or so completely disturbed me." So maybe my criticism isn't even valid.

I will probably do one or two more entries on this. This excites me. Hendrickson shows himself as a master filmmaker (what the HELL has he been doing then?). This is a powerful work. I was hoping it was just watchable. I'm ready to watch it again right now. If he is smart and hires like Cassian Elwes at William Morris to rep his film it could even end up in theatres. YES- because it is fucking riveting.

Congratulations Mr. Hendrickson. The film rocked. And I didn't think it was very likely that it would.

Monday, September 24, 2007

We Get Queries

I don't always respond to letters because I am a busy son of a bitch. It is tough making all that money and keeping my supermodel wife happy. Couple that with having to slap down those freaks Cg and Jiminy Crickett and that makes for a busy Col. But here are three letters. My replies are in red.

Dear Colonel Scott,

Hi! I’ve been reading your fascinating Tate LaBianca blog for the past couple of months. I’m up to October 2006. Can’t access most of the films, because we have sloooow dial-up out here in the wilds of rural Michigan. (“Official” site… is that sort of like the “official” sports drink of NASCAR?) Anyway. I’ve come up with some things about the cases that just don’t compute.We do consider rural Michigan to be the United States, so welcome. And no, not like Nasacar, more like cow tipping.

It took five guys to subdue one midget? Charlie W., Paul, Bruce, Clem, and Charlie M.? I don’t buy it. And why is Charlie M. claiming the vic was dismembered, when Shea's body was found intact? Sounds like Dad threatening the kids with the bogeyman.Paul had nothing to do with any killings. He was just the snitch. Tex was in jail when this happened. It took two, Bruce and Clem, while Charlie watched and Gypsy and Brenda cleaned , according to my information and opinion.

2.) But it took only one guy with the dubious help of three females, one who claimed she never entered the house, to kill FIVE people? Three of them fairly strong guys. Two of whom are suspected drug dealers. Hey, don’t they issue weapons to the dope pushers out there in California?They were stoned and not expecting hippies.

3.) Is there any DNA evidence linking Charles M. to either the Tate or LaBianca crime scenes?None that I know off

4.) If yes, howcome that hasn’t been brought up recently? And if no, same question… high-profile murders usually get a DNA revisit in these modern times. A few death-penalty prisoners have been given a free pass when the DNA doesn’t match up to expectations. But no one claims they didn't DO it so there is no reason for a revisit.

Is there anything other that unreliable hearsay linking Charles M. to either the Tate or LaBianca crimes? Physical evidence, fingerprints, footprints, eye-witnesses from the neighborhood, anything other than a piece of rawhide? ("Hey, dude, where's the tie to my favorite shirt?")Nothing on Tate. Leather strips from his shirt at LaBianca

6.) If Charlie M. told everyone what to write in blood on the walls,He didn't- at most it is claimed he said write something "witchy"

howcome there weren’t any references to ATWA?Cause he made that shit up years later That was already a buzz word around the ranch, or so I’m told. No references to “Stranger in a Strange Land”? Heck, the guy named his kid after the main character. And we're supposed to believe that "Helter Skelter" was supposed to start a race war? Did someone forget to send a memo to the Brothas?We don't believe it here at the Official Blog

7.) Don’t discount Charlie as being dumb. I admire a man who taught himself to read and write, play the guitar, and have knowledge about environmental causes. Charles is cool. He’s simply a shaman, a medicine-talker, a dreamer, a poet, a musician. Having known dozens of ’em, they ALL talk like that. You say “Good morning”, and they reply, “The sun is beaming down through the prisms of my mind.” You ask ’em “Did you kill anyone?” and they’ll answer, “The ravens of death float over the wreckage of the populace.” This doesn’t play so hot in court or at the parole board hearing. Soooo – howcome nobody could find him a lawyer who could translate Shaman to Latinized Engish Legalese? (Evidence of Shamanic stuff... the hole in the earth is a well-documented Native American and pre-Christian European legend. And I think the rap about the race war was a prediction of the Los Angeles riots. But I'm a Pagan, and we take that kind of thing seriously. We even write theses about it, and get paid money.)I never said he was dumb. I don't believe he wants out.

8BBobby BeauSoleil says he killed Hinman, with aforementioned dubious female help, and that Charles M. really hadn’t anything to do with it. So whatever happened to the infamous ear-splitting sword of destruction? Wasn’t there a claim it was used in another assault or killing? So why isn’t it listed as “Exhibit #153” anywhere? Or did I miss this?Charlie attacked, Bobby killed.

9.) Anybody happen to do a tox test on either Charlie W. or Sadie after they were caught?It was months later. No. Cuz their behavior sure seems like amphetamine rage. Not that I would know about that, or anything. I bet if they had peed in a cup, the speed would actually bubble to the top and boil over.

10.If the ranch was a hotbed of drug dealership, how come the police never confiscated much of anything? They raided the place numerous times. They even took away the kids, once or twice. Here and now, in Michigan circa the year of our lord two double ought seven, a high school teacher with a roach stuck to his shoe got jailed and lost his license. Was sunny CA so drowning in

drugs in 1969 that the cops overlooked the bales of pot, rolls of acid tabs, barrels of psy-mushrooms that permeated the ranch? Or wasn’t there really anything there?It was a different time. Acid had been legal for years.

11How’bout la casa Polanski? Anything ever found during the collection of evidence? I have a hard time believing there wasn’t so much as a roach in the ashtray. What about the lovely home of the LaBiancas? Can you say cover-up? There were no drugs found at either place.

12.This one is gonna get me angry letters from the Italian sirname defamation league) “Supermarket owner”, my left tit. I’m willing to bet the farm that LaBianca was the supplier, Hinman and Frykowski the dealers (and Crowe, too) with Charlie W. and pals getting a piece of the action for the bikers, musicians and other assorted pals. Funny, the prosecutor didn’t bring this up. Oh, yeah, he was Italian, LaBianca was Italian. The whole thing smells like the sweet scent of hashish in the morning. Somebody owed somebody money.That last line is true.

13. (Last one, I promise, thirteen’s a good number) As the owner and manager of a late-teen-age girl and her collection of boyz du jour, I can’t even get them to take out the trash and run a broom across the floor. So I am to believe that an ethereal poet-musician-shaman with CSP all over his resume, not only masterminded an intricate plot, but actually persuaded five or six young folks to follow his detailed commands? Riiiight. It was prolly much more like “Let’s go cow tipping, Katie!”Hey wait! “Let’s go paint our names on the water tower, Sadie!” I always thought he simply said FUCK THAT MELCHER GUY SOMEONE SHOULD GO TO HIS HOUSE AND SEND HIM A MESSAGE and the two people who had the most to prove, Tex and Sadie, went.

Colonel, you are right that you’ve forgotten more about this case than even the prosecutor ever knew… any insights? Please don't mock me for my ignorance,Never. You are not like those in that Yahoo group. since I've only met a few of the players in this drama, and they're just as confused as the rest of us. Thank you for your time.




Hello, I'm Luigi from Buenos Aires. I have gotten interested in the case when I was about fourteen, ten years ago. In between, I have read what was considered to be THE books on Manson. First off, the bug's one, then I got Taming the beast, the family, in his own words, the manson file, squeaky, and manson: the unhily trail....
Well, researching your website, I ve come to find out a few things I did not know, and I ve wondered ever since a few more. If you know about it, I d rather you answer them, please. I'm curious.
*Where's Sandy (Good) nowadays? Any clue what she's up to?No I don't really care
And THE question:
*What do you know about the claim that Manson went to the Tate house after the murders went down along with someone else to wipe out some prints and stuff, and plant those glasses to confuse investigators? The only books that gives credit to that is Gilmore's and Sander's. The bug's does not. And I 've wondered to this day if that is 'true' or not. I believe it is true that he did.
*What about the new Hendrikson docummentary about MansonIt premieres Friday, and the movie The Devil Exists?sounds like my last bowel movement
Well, keep up the good work, it's quite interesting.

I am truly offended by what your articles on Debra Tate and other victims.I have a suggestion then- don't read it.
Maybe she is not a saint but she is Sharon' sister so she is a victim of Manson too isn't it? Maybe but certainly not in the same way or same extent. And not Manson himself obviously
I think she deserves respect because she lost her sister. Respect is earned not given.
I don't understand why you are so mean with her !?Because she is a liar and attention seeker
Your blog is so rude and very bad taste.Please don't read it then.
Except some great rare pictures it's a lot of gossip. If by gossip you mean pure facts then yes you are correct.
For example, telling Steven Parrent was gay!?It is crucial because it explains why he was at the house.

I am gay too but it's personnal and I don't see the link with the case.It was a major link.
Steve was young and it was a long time ago.
Beside you were not in the guest house. And who cares??It is crucial because it provides a viable reason why Parent was there and why Garrettson lied so much. It allows us to establish that neither of them were actual targets of the killers.
I was also digusted by all the bullshit about Jay & Sharon, the comments about Jay's tight speedo...well it wasn't loose. He was basically in a thong on the bed at the house of his pregnant ex girlfriend. That is
pretty important.

I don't know who you are but you are certainly not the official voice of the Tate LaBianca case.I am Col Scott and this is the one and only Official Blog.

Your pseudonym is also bad taste (Manson's father!)
It is because everything to do with the case is my responsibility
without mentionning the quotes of Manson on your first page.
The quotes point out that the prosecution story is bullshit

People like you make me sick.Try an aspirin

I was speechless by so much vulgarity and disrespect toward the victims. I think the victims would want the truth to finally be known. I know I would no matter how long it took.

Let them rest in peace and leave their family alone. Get a life!
From Belgium,

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Nobody Owns Christopher Jones

None of this is exactly NEW information but here's an article from August 30 2007. Did any of you see it?

The final affair of Roman Polanski's murdered wife Sharon Tate

A new book on Roman Polanski's tumultuous life missed a final secret. Here, the man who was his wife's lover in the months before her bizarre murder tells his story for the first time

She was the wife of director Roman Polanski, a star of the cult movie Valley Of The Dolls, and with her flawless blonde looks was lauded as one of the great beauties of her time, but even to this day the actress Sharon Tate is remembered primarily for the horrific manner of her death.

On August 9, 1969, while at home with friends, Tate was murdered by the followers of Charles Manson's gang in Los Angeles.

Tate was eight months pregnant with Polanski's baby at the time, and yet her attackers paid little heed, stabbing her 16 times and murdering the four friends who were with her - Jay Sebring, Abigail Folger, Steven Parent and Voyteck Frykowski.

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It was a night of inexplicable horror and sent reverberations not only through the Hollywood community, but throughout the world.

The events have been endlessly discussed, even by Roman Polanski, who finds himself the subject of yet another biography - Polanski by Christopher Sandford - to be published next week.

But throughout all this, there has been one aspect of Sharon Tate's story of which even Polanski has not been fully aware - her relationship with the actor Christopher Jones.

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Most famous for his role as Major Randolph Doryan in David Lean's epic, Ryan's Daughter, Jones embarked on an affair with Tate when she was six weeks pregnant with Polanski's child and has not, until now, spoken fully of their relationship.

He says: "I loved Sharon and she loved me.

"I don't think I'm betraying any confidence by talking about it.

"I knew that she was married to Roman and I had no intention of splitting them up.

"I don't feel guilty."

Now aged 66, Christopher has retained his looks, although it is clear that the intervening years haven't always been kind to him.

We meet in the dimly lit environs of Nic's Restaurant in Beverly Hills. Slightly built, a touch gaunt of face and softly spoken, he chats openly but doesn't eat or drink throughout the twohour meeting (the reason why becoming apparent only towards the end).

He has managed to cram an awful lot into his life, including a marriage to actress Susan Strasberg (daughter of acting coach, Lee Strasberg), countless lovers (including actresses Olivia Hussey and Susan George, "who came up to my apartment when I was staying in London and the next day moved her toothbrush in, so I had to say, no way!"), seven children and a couple of brushes with death.

That he is still here to tell the tale is a testimony to his powers of survival.

When he was cast to star in Ryan's Daughter, Jones was already being heralded as the new James Dean after his role in the cult movie Wild In The Streets opposite Shelley Winters.

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There was a huge buzz surrounding him - a factor which partly explains why so American an actor (Jones was born in Tennessee) should have been chosen to play so English a role, in the shape of Major Doryan.

Set in Ireland's Dingle Peninsula, the story follows Rosy (Sarah Miles), the wife of schoolmaster Charles Shaughnessy (Robert Mitchum), who has an affair with the dashing English officer Doryan, who arrives to take command of the local Army base.

The affair has tragic consequences for Doryan, a veteran of World War I who is suffering from shell shock, and it was Ryan's Daughter which brought Jones to the attention of the British cinema-going public at large.

More pertinently though, it was while Jones was in Ireland during the year-long filming schedule that he received the news of his former lover Sharon Tate's murder.

After filming on Ryan's Daughter was completed, Jones gave up acting for 26 years.

One wonders why he chooses to talk of Tate now.

He insists it is "partly because I want to see if God strikes me dead for talking about it.

"I loved

being with her. Other women I've been with, I couldn't remember if my life depended on it, but she stuck in my mind."

The couple started their affair in Rome in 1969 while Jones was filming the movie Brief Season with his then lover, actress Pia Degermark. Tate, who was flying out to Rome with her friend, Jones's manager Rudy, had by then been married to Roman for a year.

Polanski, the Paris-born director of horror film Rosemary's Baby, was brilliant and troubled (his mother had died in a Polish concentration camp) and he later gained a reputation for controversy when he was convicted of the statutory rape of a 13-year- old girl in 1977.

But in March 1969, "Sharon arrived in Rome with my manager," says Jones, "and so we all arranged to go out to dinner that night. We were on the patio, waiting for Sharon, when suddenly she appeared.

"She looked amazing.

"We sat next to each other and she was very nervous, almost like a deer, but she had this beautiful, perfect face. She had this little scar on the left of her face against all this perfection, and when I reached over to touch it, I could feel her react.

"She kept talking about off-the-wall spiritual things - she talked about reincarnation and how in a previous life she had died in a fire aged nine.

"The second she said that, the doors to the restaurant blew open even though there wasn't any wind, and she looked really shocked."

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But he adds: "I wasn't planning on anything because I knew she was married to Roman."

Later that evening however, Jones found himself in Tate's room.

"We were sitting on the couch talking when I finally asked her where Roman was. She said he was stuck in London having trouble with his passport.

"We were talking and getting closer, and although her skirt was riding right up, she wasn't bothering to pull it down.

"She then said: 'Chris, have you ever smoked opium?' and I told her no, and she said I had to try it and that she had some in the bedroom.

"Everyone says that Sharon didn't smoke pot, yet she was definitely looking for this bag, but couldn't find it so came back over to me, standing by the bed.

"One minute she was looking at me and the next thing I knew, she was pulling me on top of her on to the bed.

"I hadn't even taken my clothes off but after we'd made love I told her I was going upstairs to sleep. She asked me to stay, but when I looked out the window I couldn't see a fire escape and my first thought then was: 'What if Polanski comes back?'.

"I wasn't afraid of him, just worried about the repercussions, but she stopped asking me to stay and I left.

"The next day I ran into actress Nathalie Delon (wife of actor Alain Delon) who was a friend of Sharon's and whom I had also been seeing, and she said: 'Chris, what did you do to Sharon? She has never been so in love.'

"Yes, I knew Sharon was pregnant and of course I felt guilty about that, but I've thought about this a lot since and the marriage vows say: 'What God joins together, let no man put asunder.'

"Well, God obviously separated them and put me there."

Jones and Tate continued to see each other, and although he might have been infatuated with Tate, it didn't stop him conducting simultaneous affairs with Pia Degermark and his former wife Susan.

"They all knew about each other.

"Well, maybe Susan didn't know about Sharon, but I had a little too much on my plate, and even that wasn't enough.

"One night, we were out at dinner and there was an Italian girl there. All I can say is that I was young, had a high libido and no conscience, and I just wanted to figure out a way for my manager to take Sharon back to the hotel so I could see the Italian girl.

"After I'd been with her, I came back to the hotel and tried Sharon's door which was open.

"I thought she was going to be mad at me but she didn't say anything, and after we'd made love, she whispered in my ear: 'That was the wrong way.'

"That stuck in my mind because the way we made love wasn't gentle, it was lustful, and although she wanted it to be more romantic, I wasn't feeling romantic.

"I felt that she was a woman I'd been living with for a while, whom you sneak back in on in the middle of the night.

"She didn't seem the least bit concerned about Roman, so either I was irresistible or she must have been unhappy. Although she seemed very happy that she was pregnant.

"I worried professionally in case I might have to work with Roman in the future.

"There was probably some guilt on my part there, in the way that any man would think to themselves: 'I deserve to be shot'."

Given the evil manner of Tate's death, some of Jones's recollections about his former lover take on an eerie significance.

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"One night we went to visit the Trevi Fountain, and I looked at her and had the strongest feeling she was going to die.

"Another time I was looking over at her and asking her what she was thinking about, and she suddenly came out with: 'The Devil is beautiful. Most people think he's ugly, but he's not.'

"I thought it weird at the time but Roman had just done the movie Rosemary's Baby so I related it to that.

"I told her she shouldn't say things like that because it made me nervous.

"I knew that she and Roman lived in quite an isolated place in LA, so I told her that for her own protection she should have a gun, but she said that she could never shoot anyone even if she had one."

Of the last night they spent together in Rome, Jones says: "I told her that we'd get back together when we were in America and she agreed, and when I said: 'What about Roman?', she said: 'Don't worry about Roman.'

"I didn't envisage that she would leave Roman; I didn't envisage anything.

"I thought it was love. Whatever brief time we had together, we were very happy. I always expected to see her again."

Jones went from Rome to Dingle to begin shooting on Ryan's Daughter and Tate returned to LA.

"When she got there, she called my manager a couple of times," says Jones, "but she didn't ask to talk to me, which got me a little p****d off. But I was just getting on with my

Getting on with his life included embarking on an affair with Olivia Hussey, whom he had seen in the movie Romeo And Juliet.

"I saw Olivia's beautiful face up on screen and I asked my manager if he could arrange for us to meet, and so we started seeing each other.

"Olivia wanted to come to Ireland with me, so she did. That's what was happening when I heard about Sharon's murder."

The call came to the hotel in Ireland where Jones was staying.

"One of my other managers took it. When he hung up, he told me that everyone in the house had been murdered. At first, I didn't have a strong reaction because I was so stunned.

"Only slowly did it hit me, and then it hit me hard. I was pretty disoriented. I couldn't make sense of it, that someone that beautiful and young had to die like that."

Jones remained in shock for much of the filming of Ryan's Daughter, a state noted by his co-star Sarah Miles in the second volume of her memoirs, Serves Me Right.

Miles makes frequent mention of Jones's erratic behaviour during filming, and paints a picture of an actor who was pretty much a loner.

Most embarrassing of all, she describes the tortuous making of the film's pivotal love scene, where a lacklustre Jones was given a potion concocted by a chemist "to help matters considerably" and increase his sexual enthusiasm for Miles on screen.

"I was feeling weird," says Jones, "I attributed that to an accident I had had in my Ferrari or to Sharon's death, but I had no idea they had drugged me."

Did Miles ever make a pass at Jones (the scene in the bluebell wood was one of the raunchiest lovemaking scenes of its time, after all)?

"No, but Sarah was getting more jealous as the filming wore on.

"In that first scene where I'm pushing her up against the wall, as much as she said she didn't feel anything, she was gone.

"I read some of Sarah's book - I didn't like the part where she called me a midget and inferred I was a homosexual. During the shoot I hung out with Olivia.

"We were going to get married at one point, but my manager talked me out of it - I'm sure he was thinking of finances when he did - and after that, Olivia and I didn't talk much either.

"It was a difficult shoot, and after Ryan's Daughter I gave up acting because I realised I hated it."

Jones finally accepted a small role in the 1996 film Mad Dog Time.

In the interim, he lived on the money he had made from his movies and pursued a successful career as an artist (his painting of Rudolph Valentino hangs in the famous Hollywood Forever Cemetery).

In the 1990s, Quentin Tarantino approached Jones for a part in Pulp Fiction, "It was for the part of Zed the Gimp and my girlfriend at the time read it and said: 'You're not doing this - it's disgusting.' So I didn't."

Jones has had seven children by four women, and one son, Timothy, was convicted of the involuntary manslaughter of his mother, actress Susan Cabot.

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Further problems ensued in 1996 when Christopher ingested "something caustic" and was taken to hospital.

"The doctors thought I'd tried to kill myself, which I hadn't," he says. "The medical report said I'd died in the ambulance, but somehow, I managed to survive."

The internal damage was so severe he now has to take all nutrients through a syringe connected to his stomach.

"I shouldn't
drink, but occasionally I'll pour shots into the syringe.'"

He adds: "I've had a complicated life, but I've enjoyed it.

"It's not like Sharon's always preying on my mind, but if I see something about her on TV, it all comes flooding back."

Monday, September 17, 2007

Nellie Bell

The great thing about Nelson when he was alive is that he would take accurate information and mix it up with pure bullshit.

Bruce Davis was NOT The Zodiac Killer. He was a very naughty boy.


Sunday, September 16, 2007

Psalm 88

O LORD, the God who saves me,
day and night I cry out before you.

May my prayer come before you;
turn your ear to my cry.

For my soul is full of trouble
and my life draws near the grave.

I am counted among those who go down to the pit;
I am like a man without strength.

I am set apart with the dead,
like the slain who lie in the grave,
whom you remember no more,
who are cut off from your care.

You have put me in the lowest pit,
in the darkest depths.

Your wrath lies heavily upon me;

you have overwhelmed me with all your waves.

You have taken from me my closest friends
and have made me repulsive to them.
I am confined and cannot escape;

my eyes are dim with grief.
I call to you, O LORD, every day;
I spread out my hands to you.

Do you show your wonders to the dead?

Do those who are dead rise up and praise you?

Is your love declared in the grave,
your faithfulness in Destruction ?

Are your wonders known in the place of darkness,
or your righteous deeds in the land of oblivion?

But I cry to you for help, O LORD;
in the morning my prayer comes before you.

Why, O LORD, do you reject me
and hide your face from me?

From my youth I have been afflicted and close to death;

I have suffered your terrors and am in despair.

Your wrath has swept over me;
your terrors have destroyed me.

All day long they surround me like a flood;
they have completely engulfed me.

You have taken my companions and loved ones from me;
the darkness is my closest friend.

(photos stolen from ebay auctions. bizarre face drawing part of the original photo)

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Bat Shit Levels

Here's a photo of Squeaks during the Ford nonsense, Sandy at that time, and Sandy during her threats trial.

Anyone out there work for Websters?

I want to get these pics next to the "Batshit" entry.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Larry Melton The White Turd

It seems that White Rabbitt needs to be struck down pretty much every year.

Larry Melton still shows up on message boards and still convinces unsuspecting idiots that he was connected with the Family and is not a registered pervert.

But of course he is a pervert and a sex offender and in general a bad guy, in my opinion.

Here is a thread from a few years ago where he rips somebody off for his hilariously bad book ( I got mine free from Jon Aesnihil and couldn't read it) and at the end they call him a WASTE OF AIR.

Jerk threatens people when he couldn't even win a fight with his grandmother.

I found this hilarious because minutes before I had called him a WASTE OF SKIN on KTS.

White Turd- pretty much a waste of everything.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007


Of all the many footnotes of this bizarre and crazy crime, the "Sandy Good wants to go to jail so she can be like Squeaky but the attempted murder of the President of the United States thing is so done so why don't I and Susan Murphy send threatening
letters to random executives claiming we give a shit about the environment and in the process throw away ten years of our lives" is certainly a humdinger.

I mean what must the psychology of this have been? She had created her own folies a deux with Squeaky that is clear. She wanted to keep the Manson game going. I get all that. But here is the joke- NOBODY cared. She went away for ten freaking years and you barely can find anything about it written or otherwise. If Fromme is the footnote to TLB then Lettergate is like the footnote to a zygote to a pimple.

You hear nowadays that she has repudiated Charlie but then that means she did THROW AWAY those ten years. I do not believe that she has.

(all pics from the time of her trial for sending letters)

Sunday, September 09, 2007

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I don't know if any of you saw this.
It's beautiful.

Martha Watkins, wife of Paul. Died this year. Her life remembered.