Online fans: Charles Manson's Twitter page 'More and more young people have become Charlie's pen pals,' says Vincent Bugliosi, the lawyer who successfully prosecuted Manson and his accomplices: Charles Tex Watson, Susan Atkins, Lesley Van Houten and Patricia Krenwinkel.
He adds that Manson's place in today's youth culture has been cemented by the recognition he has been given by the music world.
et there is one thing which stops me getting annoyed with the Prince – evidence that throughout history, royal patronage has given us rather more impressive townscapes than have planning systems run by trained architects and town planners.
Would London be a better city without the role played by Prince Charles’s 17th century ancestor and namesake after the Great Fire of 1666?
f course it sounds outrageous, Lord Rogers’s claim that Prince Charles is interfering in the planning system in London.
We are supposed to have a democratic planning system, not an unofficial vetting procedure run by the heir to the throne who, according to Lord Rogers, but denied by Clarence House, regularly receives plans from developers which he either approves or rejects.
Cult leader Charles Manson was the mastermind of one of the most gruesome massacres of modern times.
When the story broke in August 1969, British writer Ivor Davis was first to uncover the shocking truth about Manson's group of brainwashed followers he called The Family. Now, 40 years on, Davis revisits the case that shook the world - and chillingly reveals that the cult of Manson lives on.
How he does all this behind bars baffles me.' Forty years on, it is clear that the story of the Manson murders has grown into something of a monster cottage industry.
Bureau of Justice, in 2009 more than 2.3 million people were incarcerated and 90% will be released one day.
Recidivism is greatly reduced when an ex-offender has support from family or friends, to return to after incarceration.
Our mission is to give inmates a sense of hopefulness by connecting them to people on the "outside world." Those from all walks of life have committed to our pen-pal service to communicate with inmates and have formed nurturing and unconditional friendships.
Inmates are not only thrilled to communicate with pen-pals but have stated that it has been a "spiritually and emotionally fulfilling experience." has enabled friends and family to stay in contact with their loved ones and has a 75% compatibility rating for those looking for their soul mate.