Kenneth Anger: Where The Bodies Are Buried
04 January 2014By Mick Brown
Kenneth Anger, underground film-maker and documentarian of Hollywood’s dark side, may be the last surviving link between black magic, Howard Hughes, Rudolph Valentino, Alfred Kinsey, Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Mickey Mouse. For Esquire, Mick Brown spends 48 hours in LA with a legend of the
Good classical material but well edited with Charley’s music background and not so much “Bugliosist”. It look a bit alike “The Manson Family : New documentary” with some extra footages.
Good classical material but well edited with Charley’s music background and not so much “Bugliosist”.
Manson Family - KTLA raw footage UCLA Archives - Part 2
THE MURDER OF JAMES SHARP AND DOREEN GAUL
They had been killed elsewhere and dumped in the alley.
Both were Scientologists. In a newspaper interview Gaul’s father said that she had recently become disenchanted with Scientology.
In a report from April 24th, 1973 by the Department of Corrections Special Service Unit, requested by the Los Angeles Police Department, it was stated that investigators believed Davis knew Gaul and was either involved in her murder or knew the identity of the murderer/murderers.
The SSU was to interview Davis and solicit his cooperation with a promise of immunity.
According to the report Davis denied knowing Gaul, and said he did not know anything about the crime. It was believed that Gaul had been a girlfriend of Bruce Davis. Davis denied this but did admit to having dated several women that lived at the same rooming house as Gaul.
Davis also indicated that a promise of immunity meant little to him as he was already serving two life sentences for two counts of murder.
Carl Stubbs in his sixties was a retired spiritualist and author-a very religious man, he loved nature and people and lived quietly at Olancha just south of Lone Pine in Inyo County near the turnoff for Death Valley.
His neighbors knew they were always welcome to visit him at home. “In fact,” said one, “he never closed his door. He befriended everyone and would offer hospitality to all comers.”
The woman who runs the local filling station was accustomed to bringing Carl his mail every day and she looked forward to her daily visits and short chats with him.
One morning arriving as usual she was surprised to find his front door closed.
"I was surprised too," she said, "because there was a blue station wagon with Michigan plates." She knocked on the door and the old man opened it just a little.
"He said he couldn’t invite me in because he had relatives visiting from Chicago," she recalled, "But that seemed funny to me because that wasn’t Carl’s way and I knew he didn’t have any relatives."
She also remembers that she looked into the room and saw two girls and two men, “hippie types,” standing there. “And the girls kept looking over, sort of behind the door, as if there was somebody else standing there.”
Carl’s friend left and went back to her gas station. Business was brisk that morning but at the back of her mind was a nagging worry, something had not seemed right up there and she thought Carl was trying to tell her something. About an hour later she and her husband went back up to the cottage and found the old man lying badly beaten in a pool of blood, half way out of the house onto the porch.
They took him to Lone Pine hospital where he managed to speak to police before he died. But the details have never been released by the Sheriff’s Department and nothing has appeared about the murder in the papers.
Lancaster Sheriffs said little about the alleged crime on which they are holding Patricia Krenwinkel to her father, but they released her to his custody and she drove back with him to Inglewood.
An article about Dean Moorehouse (or Deane Morehouse for other) from 1962 while living in Minot, ND.
A Case Study of the Charles Manson Group Marriage Commune
by David E. Smith, M.D. and Alan J. Rose
Much has been written about communal living in areas outside the United States and in countries such as Israel, where the Kibbutim have flourished. In these instances, communal practices relative to sexual behavior and child rearing have been described in great detail.
America, too, has a long history of communal living, primarily involving religious groups such as the Amish and the Mennonites. Recently, however, through the national media, the dominant culture in the United States has been made aware of a new style of commune which has evolved primarily in America’s “hippie subculture.” Unfortunately, we know relatively little about this pattern of alternative cooperative living.
These “hippie” communes can be…
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