Squeaky Fromme 'Didn't Feel Bad' For Tate Murder Victims
Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme said although she wasn’t ready for killing she “hoped that if I needed to I would.”
Watch 'Manson: The Women' Now
The compelling two-hour special takes a deep dive into the psyche of the women who formed the Manson Family.
Why Squeaky Fromme Tried To Assassinate President Ford
“It’s hard to be sorry if you’re going by your heart,” Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme said more than four decades after the assassination attempt in a Sacramento park.
What Do Manson's Former Followers Think Of Him Now?
To some Charles Manson was a savior, to others he was a diabolical manipulator who destroyed countless lives.
Why Dianne Lake Left The Manson Family
Dianne Lake once sought refuge with the family as a lonely 14-year-old—but would later become a star witness for the prosecution after often being the victim of Charles Manson’s rage.
Watch 'Manson: The Women' After Show With Show Runner James Buddy Day
Showrunner Buddy Day sits down with Oxygen's "Martinis & Murder" podcast to talk about making the show and getting to know Charles Manson.
Why Did The Manson Family Members Have Nicknames?
Charles Manson required his followers to give up their belongings—and their names—as part of his continued manipulation, according to one expert.
Who Were Manson Family Victims The LaBiancas?
Just hours before their death, Manson Family victims Leno and Rosemary LaBianca had been talking about the Sharon Tate murders that happened the night before.
Manson: The Women Bonus Leslie Van Houten
Who Was The Manson Family's Most Infamous Victim, Sharon Tate?
Sharon Tate was a young Hollywood star on her way to the top before she was brutally cut down in what would become the Manson Family’s most notorious crime.