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Manson, Charles

(1934–  ) cult leader; born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Released from prison in 1967, he set up a commune based on free love and devotion to himself. Members of his cult conducted a series of grisly murders in California in 1969. He and his accomplices were sentenced to death, but were spared the death penalty due to a Supreme Court ruling against capital punishment.
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Their beliefs were inspired by Manson's "Helter Skelter" theory that an apocalyptic war would erupt between blacks and whites over racial tensions and when that ended Manson would emerge as leader.
At the time of the 1996 incident, Manson was married to first husband, Scottish artist Eddie Farrell.
Manson, a train driver with Arriva in South Wales, helped out Devils' shorthanded Elite League team in their 6-5 win against Sheffield Steelers a couple of weeks ago, but he is committed to playing at ENL level.
Taken in 1949, Manson sports a neat haircut, and boasts a bashful smile, with just a hint of chirpy cheek and charm.
Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has reportedly spent the past year working on costumes and make-up for the project.
Although the deposits have not yet been identified as economical enough to mine, Manson says their focus this year will be on proving up more ore near and around kimberlite 95-2, which he describes as "very good quality diamonds.
It's not that being underweight causes disease, but that these chronic diseases can cause weight loss," explains Manson.
Since Ohio-raised Manson, aka Brian Warner, and his band made their mainstream breakthrough in the mid-1990s, he has been consistently targeted by moral and religious groups, especially in the US and UK.
In the April 2003 Current Anthropology, Perry, Manson, and their colleagues published their analysis of the monkeys' social behaviors.
Manson, who says some studies suggest similar increased risks of heart disease and breast cancer with 17-beta estradiol, the type found in most estradiol therapy preparations.
Manson, known for his ghoulish looks and macabre lyrics, is one of the headliners of the tour, which also includes Birmingham-born Ozzy Osbourne.
You can now add Marilyn Manson to your list of dress-code don'ts.