Manson: The Man Who Killed The 60s (History Documentary) – Real Stories


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The events of the night of 9th August, 1969 changed the face of the ’60s. The brutal murders of beautiful starlet Sharon Tate and her friends shocked the world, and when the Manson Family murderers were found, flower-power culture came under the spotlight. The Family had long hair, took illicit drugs and lived in a commune. To middle class, right-wing America, they encapsulated everything threatening about hippiedom. Witness reveals how establishment figures manipulated the Manson murders to discredit the flower-power generation. Fascinating archive footage shows the escalating violence of the period and, in a rare interview from jail, Manson himself recalls the turbulent events that ended the era.

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