Jailed for life after the notorious murder of Sharon Tate and eight others in 1969, Charles Manson talks from his prison cell in a special programme marking the 25th anniversary of the killings. Famous names from the music industry, many of whom have never spoken about Manson or the murders publicly before. speak candidly about their relationship with the man and the circumstances surrounding the murders.
Exclusive interviews include Doris Day's son, music producer Terry Melcher and Beach Boy Brian Wilson 's ex-wife Marilyn, who reveal how Manson infiltrated the Hollywood scene and tried to become a pop star.
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