Oxygen’s Manson: The Women tells the individual stories of former followers of Charles Manson, including Dianne Lake, Lynette Fromme, Catherine Share, and Sandra Good. Each woman offers a unique account of what took place during the late 1960s.
When investigators received phone records in connection with the murder of Bob Eidman, a long-distance number number from Independence, Missouri popped up most frequently. The man who authorities reached was named Drew Smith, who said he’d been expecting to hear from police for some time now. But what Smith would wind up telling investigators would wind up taking the investigation down a very different path.
In this first act of “Manson: The Women,” former Manson followers Dianne "Snake" Lake, Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, Sandra "Blue" Good, and Catherine "Gypsy" Share speak to Oxygen about what life was like in the Manson family and what life is like for them now, 50 years later. “Manson: The Women” airs August 10 at 7/6c on Oxygen.