Helter Skelter: The True Story of The Manson Murders

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Bugliosi, Vincent, and Curt Gentry. Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders. New York: W.W. Norton and Co., Inc., 1974. ISBN:9780393087000.


Title: Helter Skelter


Author: Vincent Bugliosi with Curt Gentry


Reviewed By: Mark Sanders


Recommendation: College


Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi is a book about Charles Manson and his link between 7 murder scenes in Los Angeles, California. All 7 of the scenes were brutal, random, and insane. Many different sorts of weapons were used in the murders. Detectives find very little evidence to work with and make a few mistakes. Over time they began to develop the idea that not only one man could have done the crimes being committed. Detectives when back to each scene to search for more clues, with a little luck they began to link each scene together and decided that were was one man behind all of the 7 cases of murder.


They went back to the evidence to search for more useful clues and found a few things that would turn the books. They started linking all the information and closing in on the killer/killers. Many years later the case was solved and the guilty were tried. Who was the killer? What was there reason behind the murders? What was the objective? These are all questions you sound ask yourself as you read the great story of the Manson Murders.


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