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#Read ⚽ Goodbye Helter Skelter ⛈ In August ofthe spectacular Tate LaBianca murders rocked Los Angeles, the country, and the world But even shocking than those murders was the story behind them the story of a homicidal maniac named Charles Manson, how he turned the sons and daughters of middle class America into a Family of murderous slaves, and an insane plan to achieve world domination by sparking a race war called Helter SkelterBut what if it was just a story Here is the first realistic and reasonable examination of the Tate LaBianca murders and the true reasons behind them Based on years of research and exclusive information from Charles Manson and many of his former and present friends, Goodbye Helter Skelter presents the conclusions of a long time Manson associate conclusions that will likely change what you think about Charles Manson, his so called Family, and some of the most infamous murders in the history of American crimeGoodbye Helter Skelter includes material taken from hundreds of hours of tape recorded conversations with Charles Manson Never before has Manson s point of view been presented in such a complete and coherent format This book seems like it s probably the closest thing to reality regarding Charles Manson It lacks the sensationalism of Bugliosi, Sanders, GoRightly, etc., but should be part of any serious Manson collection investigation. The Tate LaBianca murders forever tainted society s idea of the hippie subculture and spawned several books, songs and films based on or accounting the case When the phrase Helter Skelter comes up, everybody thinks of only one person Charles Manson, the psuedo hippie who was supposedly responsible for brainwashing a group of hippies to do his dirty work for him Manson apparently got the phrase Helter Skelter from a Beatles song, which is odd because the song is about the Beatles going dow The Tate LaBianca murders forever tainted society s idea of the hippie subculture and spawned several books, songs and films based on or accounting the case When the phrase Helter Skelter comes up, everybody thinks of only one person Charles Manson, the psuedo hippie who was supposedly responsible for brainwashing a group of hippies to do his dirty work for him Manson apparently got the phrase Helter Skelter from a Beatles song, which is odd because the song is about the Beatles going down a large slide in a London amusement park.In Goodbye, Helter Skelter, Stimson s aim is to present a new side to the case, and the POV of Charles Manson himself, a book which claims to debunk the entire Tate LaBianca murder case.Does it Well, it does present a convincing argument But I wasn t there to witness anything that occurred at the time so I can t say myself that this book holds all the answers Who knows Maybe Manson is still playing with society s indulgence in the misery of others, giving charismatic interviews behind bars in an attempt to send out false information In all honesty, the world may never know what completely happened in this case, but it s still a thought provoking and interesting read, truth or lies This book was very well researched and he put a lot of time and patience into really understanding Charlie s point of view The only thing this book is lacking is the why This book explains in great detail why the whole Helter Skelter scenario is false but it never explains why it was ever even created Why did all the District Attorney s and Judges and the Media want Manson incarcerated Was it for a cover up But why would someone even want to cover up the get brother out of jail reason This book was very well researched and he put a lot of time and patience into really understanding Charlie s point of view The only thing this book is lacking is the why This book explains in great detail why the whole Helter Skelter scenario is false but it never explains why it was ever even created Why did all the District Attorney s and Judges and the Media want Manson incarcerated Was it for a cover up But why would someone even want to cover up the get brother out of jail reason, the real reason Wouldn t incarcerating just the guilty ones, The Family been enough I don t understand why Bugliosi needed this elaborate scheme This book is well researched, a good read overall, and forms valid opinions as to how Manson didn t get a fair trial, but it left me with that giant question as to why Helter Skelter was even made up in the first place