Write a letter to Charles Manson asking about his time with Scientology

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Anonymous, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Charles Manson is 77 years old, should we write a letter to him and ask him about his involvement with Scientology and what he thinks of the church today.

    It might be good for quotes for the media.
  2. Anonymous Member

    Charlie just might bite why not give it a try
  3. Anonymous Member

    Who is "we", in your context?
    You seriously think that Charlie (who don't surf, BTW) has been following the cult's doings all this time.
    Namefag yourself, if you like, just make sure to pass the spliff.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    yeah, let me know how it goes
  7. The Wrong Guy Member

    How to contact Charlie:

    Charles Manson, B-33920
    4A 3R 14L
    P.O. Box 3476
    Corcoran, CA 93212

    Charlie gets a ton of mail and can only answer a small fraction of it so don't feel bad if you don't get a letter in response to what you write. Send some good energy out to Charlie! The people who run the prisons are jealous of the positive support which Manson gets from his friends and will do anything to discourage it, and in doing so, try to make Manson feel like he has no friends.

    When you write to Manson:

    DO: Be yourself; don't say things because you think it's what Manson wants to hear. If you can, send him postage paid envelopes (printed, not holographic). Include your return address within the letter itself.

    DON'T: Do not send books, magazines, stamps, cash, posters, Polaroid photos. Also, don't send clothing, cassette tapes, CDs, pens or pencils. If in doubt, don't send it - he probably won't get it.

    This "do's & don't" list is NOT complete or definitive.

    The prison is playing all sorts of games with Manson's mail. For more information, call the Corcoran Prison Mail Room at 209-992-8800 x7759.

    Quoted from (Manson fan club - possible Scientology site)
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  9. wolfbane Member

    I did this already. Back in 2008. For the lulz. Crazy mofo never wrote back.
  10. Anonymous Member

    Maybe Tony O at VV should do it so Charlie knows he is not wasting his time.
  11. Aside from spiffy pics of various manson followers and excellent commentary and docs, this manson site has a few showcased letters from the man.

    Put it this way, even if he writes you back, don't expect it to make sense.

    PS: I recall his scientology experiences were in prison in the early sixties. How much he remembers and how much was even diclosed to him at the time would be hard to ascertain at this point. I knew a guy who was one of his lawyers once. He said Charlie was charming, but obviously nuts.
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  12. Anonymous Member

    This is Dome fodder.
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  13. Anonymous Member

    He is reported to have several cell phones, anyone know his # ;)
  14. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Do this for the lulz, not for the dox. Anything remotely approaching dox which you might get back would be glowing nuclear failheaps requiring absolutely separate confirmation. "Because Charles Manson told me" is more likely to get you arrested than respected.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    I find it very hard to see why anyone would extend 'positive support' or friendship to this murderous lunatic. People are strange.
  16. Anonymous Member

    Hey... they did it for the lulz... amirite?
  17. Anonymous Member

  18. Yh'all need to talk to the Hells manson5.jpg Angels if you want to talk to Charlie.
  19. Anonymous Member

  20. Anonymous Member

    Do it, it'll be funny.
  21. Lulzanne Member

    I don't even...
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  24. The Wrong Guy Member

    Charles Manson’s fiancée wanted to marry him for his corpse: source | New York Post

    This plot was too crazy even for Charles Manson.

    Manson’s engagement to a woman 53 years his junior was part of a wild scheme of hers to profit by putting his body on public display after his death, says the author of an upcoming book.

    Manson’s fiancée, 27-year-old Afton Elaine Burton, known as Star, sought to wed the convicted mastermind of the Sharon Tate murder and eight other slayings so that she could gain possession of his corpse, according to journalist Daniel Simone.

    Burton and a pal, Craig Hammond, planned to lay out Manson’s remains in a glass crypt, Simone says. The pair figured their bizarre California version of Lenin’s Tomb would draw huge crowds and make big money.

    But Manson, 80, does not want to marry Burton and has no interest in spending eternity displayed in a glass coffin, Simone told The Post. “He’s finally realized that he’s been played for a fool,” Simone said.

    Another reason the madman balked at the plan is because he believes he is immortal. “He feels he will never die,” Simone said. “Therefore, he feels it’s a stupid idea to begin with.”

    Continued here:

    #SlowNewsDay #ThreadNecroIsBestNecro
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  25. Quentinanon Member

    I would not be surprised if many people would pay to see Manson's corpse.
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  26. Anonymous Member

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  27. RavenEyes Member

    I didn't even read this thread, and it was free.
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  28. The Wrong Guy Member

    Who is Patricia Krenwinkel? Charles Manson family cult member denied parole in California | The Sun

    The 69-year-old played a part in a series of brutal killings that saw her caged for nearly half a century in California, USA

    Patricia Krenwinkel, now 69, was one of the notorious Manson Family cult, led by Charles Manson, who preached a bizarre philosophy incorporating Christianity, Scientology and the hippy movement.
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  29. In the Netflix drama AQUARIUS with David Duchovny in much he explores the cases of teenage girls he is led into the heart of the Manson family and Patricia Krenwinkel or " Katie" as she was known to the family although she did have many aliases including Big Patty , Yellow, Marnie Reeves and Mary Ann Scott.
    She is now the longest incarcerated female inmate in the California penal system.

    Having watched the series I would describe her as being the most undesirable character imaginable and due to the influence of Manson on her , he was the first person to tell he she was beautiful, she obeyed his every pernicious wish.
  30. Quentinanon Member

    The Manson Family applied scientology in their murders by disposing of the victims "quietly and without sorrow".
  31. The Wrong Guy Member

    Charles Manson Hospitalized - 'It's Just a Matter of Time' | TMZ


    Charles Manson is in the hospital and, as one source familiar with his situation tells TMZ, "it's not going to get any better for him."

    We're told Manson was rushed to a Bakersfield hospital 3 days ago, and has been wheeled around on a gurney for various treatments, escorted by 5 uniformed cops.

    We're told the 83-year-old Manson, who lays still covered in blankets, looks ashen.

    Our sources say Manson's health has been steadily deteriorating and, as it was put to us, "It's just a matter of time."

    Manson had serious health issues back in January as well, when he was hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding and needed surgery to repair a lesion, but was deemed too weak by doctors and sent back to prison.

  32. The Wrong Guy Member

    Charles Manson, leader of murderous cult, dead at 83 | CNN

    Charles Manson, the wild-eyed 1960s cult leader whose followers committed heinous murders that terrorized Los Angeles and shocked the nation, died Sunday of natural causes, according to the California Department of Corrections.

    Tony Ortega‏ @TonyOrtega94 1 hour ago
    From 2013: One of #Scientology’s Early Celebrities: Charlie Manson!
    #ScientologyTheAftermath #CharlesManson
  33. The Wrong Guy Member

    Charles Manson and Scientology: What the church doesn’t want you to know

    By Tony Ortega, November 20, 2017


    In 2013, author Jeff Guinn produced a formidable book, Manson, about one of the 20th century’s most enigmatic figures. We enjoyed Guinn’s new look at Charles Manson, and we were interested in the way he carefully placed Manson’s Scientology involvement in context.

    With Manson’s death last night in California, we know there’s going to be a huge surge in interest in the 83-year-old prison inmate known for ordering a bizarre and horrific murder spree in 1969. And with that new interest will come questions about Manson’s involvement in Scientology.

    It was the New York Times that first revealed the connection between Manson and Scientology in 1969. Paulette Cooper then added details in her 1971 book The Scandal of Scientology. And Scientology’s own internal documents, seized in a 1977 FBI raid, also show that the church was concerned about Manson’s activities and how they might reflect on Scientology.

    According to one Guardian’s Office report, Manson had undergone some 150 hours of auditing while he was at McNeil Island Penitentiary in the 1960s — and Jon Atack pointed out to us that 150 hours was more auditing than he’d received in his entire Scientology career, which had got him to OT 5. According to the GO document, Manson’s cellmate, Lafayette Raimer, was a trained auditor who put him through various Scientology processes, including CCH (Control Communication Havingness) processes, with the auditor asking paired questions like “Who have you helped?” and “Who have you not helped?” and other “Havingness” questions like “What can you have?” “Look around and find something you can have?” (Newcomers to the subject may not be aware that actual Scientology processes — the stuff you actually do in session with an E-meter — consists of such simple questions asked endlessly. For more about it, see our series “Up The Bridge” with Claire Headley, who explained about CCH processes and shouting at ashtrays.)

    In his 2013 book, Guinn took a new look at the forces that shaped Manson, and he mentioned Scientology numerous times. We thought you’d like to see some of the conclusions he came to.

    Manson was in and out of prison much of his young life. During one stint from 1957 to 1958 at Terminal Island, a minimum-security federal prison in Los Angeles, Manson took a Dale Carnegie course, based on Carnegie’s 1936 book, How to Win Friends and Influence People. Manson was released from that prison on September 20, 1958, but was arrested again on June 1, 1960 and a year later was sent to McNeil Island Penitentiary in Washington state to serve a 10-year term.

    It was at McNeil Island that he was put in a cell with Lafayette Raimer and underwent Scientology auditing.

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  34. Dear Charles,
    You are dead.
    Life is a bitch.
  35. Quentinanon Member

    If anyone wants to write Manson, his new address is:
    Charlie Manson
    c/o Elron Elray
    Marcabian Mothership
    Target Two
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  36. The Wrong Guy Member

    Evil Maniac Charles Manson Was A Scientologist!

    Madman used cult techniques to brainwash murderous followers.

    By Radar Staff, December 20, 2017


    Charles Manson used brainwashing techniques and cult ideologies from secret Scientology training to manipulate his followers into carrying out the infamous 1969 killing spree that left seven dead.

    The astonishing new details emerged from a trove of never-before-seen FBI files and the Church of Scientology’s own internal documents, seized in a 1977 raid that exposed Manson’s intimate relationship with Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, can reveal.

    In a world exclusive, a confidential Scientology report addressed to Hubbard’s wife on June 22, 1970, revealed that the church enlisted Manson during his ten-year stint at the McNeil Island penitentiary in Washington State.

    While there, Manson shared a cell with high-level Scientologist Layeyette Raimer, who put the bug-eyed cult leader through 150 hours of “auditing” — intense sessions in which participants divulge their darkest secrets as part of the church’s brainwashing.

    Amazingly, the wacky Scientology tactics proved too crazy for even deranged maniac Manson.

    “Manson got super-energetic and flipped out when he’d been audited, and would talk about nothing but Scientology,” the report said. “After a while, Manson was screaming to get away from his auditor.”

    Prison officials grew leery of the church’s practices and eventually acted to destroy their in-cell influences — but not before Manson used the “hypnotism and black magic” to control his flock of murderous creeps.

    Manson, who died Nov. 19 at age 83, went on to mastermind the 1969 killing spree that left seven dead, including pregnant 26-year-old actress Sharon Tate.

    “He used Scientology and other forms of religion to gain control over people and get his followers to do what he wanted,” investigator Mark G. Hewitt, who published Charles Manson Behind Bars, told Radar.

    Manson’s deep connection to Scientology is the latest revelation to come from government files obtained by Radar through the Freedom of Information Act.

    Hubbard’s estranged son L. Ron Hubbard Jr. turned whistleblower in 1985. In a letter to the IRS’ Criminal Investigation Division, he confirmed: “They were well connected — Charles Manson was a Scientologist.”


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  37. candide2020 Member

    he is dead right ?

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