Known up until very recently as "Jane Doe No. 59,” Reet Jurvetson was found dead on November 16, 1969, her body ravaged by over 150 stab wounds. The post Is Charles Manson Behind The Unsolved 1969 Murder Of Reet Jurvetson? appeared first on CrimeFeed.
In 1969, her body was found in some bushes just off Mulholland Drive — having been stabbed 150 times.
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A woman found stabbed to death in 1969 and thought to be a possible victim of followers of mass murderer Charles Manson has been identified after nearly 50 years, People magazine reported on Wednesday. The woman, who has been known only as Jane Doe #59, was identified through DNA testing as...
Based on the chilling crimes of Charles Manson, one of the most infamous criminals of the 20th century, the Lifetime original movie Manson’s Lost Girls will arrive on DVD (plus Digital) May 10th from Lionsgate. Jeff Ward stars as Charles Manson, with mesmerizing performances by MacKenzie Mauzy, Eden Brolin, and Greer Grammer as the circle of teenage girls who fell […]
TweetFirst. let’s talk Cole Street, where Chuck Manson use to live, win friends, and influence people. Second, let’s move a few blocks over to Masonic, also in the 94117, to see this Mansonesque appeal to flattery: (Hey, what are Lyft drivers supposed to think about after seeing this, you know, when they themselves are “sitting in […]
All right all you Aquarius-heads, get ready for some season two news. Ready? No? We'll wait. Okay! The Aquarius season two premiere will be two hours long, and commercial-free. Like a movie! Way to stick it to Charles Manson! (Manson notoriously loves commercials, we're guessing.) According to Variety, "The only ... More »
Unlike the first season of the Charles Manson drama, season two's 13 episodes will not be available early on VOD and streaming. read more
Opposition is forming for the release of Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten, whom a state board last week recommended for parole. Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey has vowed to fight against the release of Van Houten, and several family members of her victim, Rosemary LaBianca,...
As Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten faces the possibility of parole in the killing of Rosemary LaBianca, her own words might come back to haunt her. In 1971, Van Houten spoke in chilling detail about the killings during her trial. She was not involved in the first of the two Manson murder...
Charles Manson, meanwhile, is thankfully still behind bars and has his last petition for parole denied in 2012. The post Manson Family Member Leslie Van Houten Recommended For Parole appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Van Houten, now 66, is serving a life sentence for her part in a 1969 string of killings in Los Angeles by the Charles Manson cult. The governor will have final say over whether she is granted parole.
Leslie Van Houten, a former member of Charles Manson’s “family,” has been recommended for parole after spending more than four decades in prison. In 1969, Van Houten was convicted in the murders of a California grocer, Leno La Bianca, and his wife, Rosemary La Bianca, and was sentenced to life in prison. Show More Summary
A California review board has recommended parole Thursday for former Charles Manson "family" member Leslie Van Houten, who was convicted along with other members of the cult in the 1969 killings of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca. Van Houten,...Show More Summary
"I thought he was Jesus Christ," she once said of Manson.
Before the former Charles Manson follower could actually get parole, the full state parole board and Gov. Jerry Brown would have to approve.
By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Reuters) - Leslie Van Houten, who as a follower of cult leader Charles Manson took part in one of the most notorious mass murders of the 20th century, on Thursday was recommended for parole, a first step towards freedom after more than four decades in prison. Show More Summary
A California review board recommended parole Thursday for former Charles Manson family member Leslie Van Houten, who was convicted in the 1969 killings of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca. The decision was issued following a hearing earlier in the day at the California Institution for Women in Chino....
A California panel recommended parole Thursday for former Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten more than four decades after she and other cult members went to prison for the notorious killings of a wealthy grocer and his wife.
Leslie Van Houten, who as a follower of cult leader Charles Manson took part in one of the most notorious mass murders of the 20th century, on Thursday was recommended for parole, a first step towards freedom after more than four decades in prison. Van Houten, 66, has been serving a life sentence...