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Serial Killers

  • Charles Manson

Charles Manson

Aradillas E. Manson Family’s Youngest Member Seduced by Charles Manson. People. 2017;88(18):59-61. Accessed April 22, 2022.


HEFFRON J. Family Ties. Cincinnati Magazine. 2013;47(1):21-23. Accessed April 22, 2022.

Roberts A. Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties. Fortean Times. 2020;(392):63. Accessed April 22, 2022. Manson, Charles. Gale; 2020. Accessed April 22, 2022.

Heyman J d., Aradillas E, Dodd J, Pelisek C. Charles Manson 1934-2017 Death of a Madman. People. 2017;88(24):68-72. Accessed April 22, 2022.

Berman J. Charles Manson: the man, the myth, the misreading. Time International (Atlantic Edition). 2020;196(5/6/2020):86. Accessed April 22, 2022.

SOARES, J. (2015). Trying to Wear the White Hat: Nixon, the Media, and the Chisum-Charles Manson Imbroglio. Western Historical Quarterly, 46(4), 443–466.

Watson T. THE MANSON MURDERS AT 40. (Cover story). Newsweek. 2009;154(6/7):38-40. Accessed April 22, 2022.

HEDEGAARD E. Manson Today. Rolling Stone. 2013;(1197):72-96. Accessed April 22, 2022.

HEDEGAARD E. The Last Manson Mystery. Rolling Stone. 2019;(1332):40-81. Accessed April 22, 2022.

WOOLLETT, LAURA ELIZABETH. 2019. “This Summer Is the 50th Anniversary of the Manson Murders. Here Are 37 Ways to Relive Them.” New York 52 (11): 108–9.

Denham, J. (2016). The commodification of the criminal corpse: ‘selective memory’ in posthumous representations of criminal. Mortality, 21(3), 229–245.


Book in Columbus stacks: Chaos : Charles Manson, the CIA, and the secret history of the sixties

Columbus - University Library of Columbus

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Open web The Guardian newspaper: CBS

News: NPR: Vox: Cielo Drive website: Trial Transcripts,

Manson Trial:

CNN: Fast Facts Charles Manson: Indystar:

FBI Vault: Charles Manson:


Youtube: Charles Manson - Dianne Sawyer Documentary

10 craziest things Charles Manson said:


Charles Manson: The Final Word (2017) | Full Movie | Rob Zombie | Charles Manson, Bobby Beausoleil


  • Albert Fish

Famous Places

  • Waco, Texas


MacLachlan, Suzanne, and Abraham McLaughlin. 1995. “Was David Koresh given Enough Chances to Surrender?” Christian Science Monitor, July 27.

N.A. 2022. “Camaro Owned by David Koresh Fails to Excite Auction-Goers.” Record, The (Kitchener/Cambridge/Waterloo, ON). Accessed April 21.

Karen Brooks. 2022. “Breakaway Mormons Stir Mistrust in a Texas Town; Adding to the Tension Are Recent Child-Abuse Accusations against the Sect’s Leader, Warren Jeffs, and Fears about a Second Coming of David Koresh, Leader of the Branch Davidians Who Was Engulfed in a Fiery Siege in 1993 near Waco.” Hamilton Spectator, The (ON). Accessed April 21.

Dina Temple-Raston. 2007. “Branch Davidians See Conspiracy In Highway Project.” All Things Considered (NPR), May.

Katie Davis. 1993. “Former ‘Branch Davidian’ About Waco Standoff.” Weekend All Things Considered (NPR), March.

BiannaGolodryga, Dana Jacobson, Vladimir Duthiers, and Peter Van Sant. 2022. “2018 Marks Twenty-Five Years Since the Deadly Fifty-One-Day Standoff Between the Branch Davidian Cult and the Federal Government in Waco, Texas.” CBS This Morning. Accessed April 21.


An NPR story

Christopher Newport University Branch Dividian Collection

World Religions Project collection of links for Branch Dividian Related Collections

Austin Statesman newspaper

University of North Texas archives

Texas State Library, “Ashes of Waco” collection

 Records at National Archives (restricted)

Etta Hulme (cartoonist) archive

Baylor University Archive

Sumpter RD, Burroughs R. Dysfunctional gifted students and counseling: Jim Jones and David Koresh. Education. 1994;114(4):542. Accessed April 20, 2022.http://

Hamon Laura. David Koresh. Sage Publications; 2003. Accessed April 20, 2022.

Rainie H, Popkin J. The final days of David Koresh. (cover story). US News & World Report. 1993;114(17):24. Accessed April 20, 2022.

The spirituality of apocalyptic and millenarian groups. The case of the Branch Davidians in Waco.

Bisel, R., & Ford, D. (2008). Diagnosing Pathogenic Eschatology. Communication Studies, 59(4), 340–354.