Manson believed in what he called "Helter Skelter," a term he took from the song of the same name by The Beatles. Manson believed Helter Skelter to be an impending apocalyptic race war, which he described in his own version of the lyrics to the Beatles' song. He believed his murders would help precipitate that war. From the beginning of his notoriety, a pop culture arose around him in which he ultimately became an emblem of insanity, violence and the macabre
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The major part of this book is disjointed and boring. Half of the book ids about the Beatles and their lyrics. Yes there was a strong connection between those lyrics and Mansons twisted beliefs but explaining each song was so overdone it made me close the book and not open it again.
Extremely factual yet startingly creepy