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"charles mills manson" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

09:13 min | 6 months ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on Hostage

"This episode covers childhoods from Hell. Childhood is a crucial time at the development of a person's psyche. Time and time again. We've seen the role abuse neglect and traumatizing childhood. Circumstances have had in shaping so many of the killers. We have covered the clips. Today will dive into examples of adverse childhoods and the psychological effect it had on some of the worst criminals of the last century. Opinion is divided on whether someone is born a killer or whether they're molded into one by their environment according to psychologists both nature and nurture play a role but studies have shown that a large percentage of serial killers suffered child abuse whether it be sexual physical or emotional if bi profiler Robert Ressler spent most of his career studying serial killers in his book. Whoever fights monsters he wrote that all the murders? He studied every single. One were victims of serious emotional abuse as children for further evidence criminal. Researchers Heather Mitchell and Michael. Geo Moat found that sixty eight percent of the serial killers. They studied had suffered some sort of abuse whether it was physical sexual or psychological are clips. Today will highlight different types of abuse neglect and hardships. Criminals endured during childhood. And how these traumatizing events shape. Their criminal behavior as an adult. Our first clip comes from podcast original female criminals in this episode. We take a look at one of the most notorious Female Serial Killers WanNa Baraza Aka Lamont Avia heat tests Baraza robbed and killed over forty elderly women in Mexico City between Nineteen Ninety eight and two thousand six but before she was known as the Old Lady Killer. She was a young girl growing up in rural. Y'All go Mexico. Starting at age five bras experienced physical abuse at the hands of her mother. It would only get worse looking at WanNa Boras early years. We'll see the beginnings of a pattern of instability and abuse that continued throughout her childhood. One psychologist Dr Figgy Ostrovsky at Unum in Mexico analyzed one a Baraza specifically it was part of a study of more than three hundred seventy violent inmates said state and federal prisons to find out if violent criminals had violent family lives or if they had witnessed rape or violent behavior as children. That description definitely applies to WanNa Baraza. When WANNA was five? Her young mother left one daughter on Hilla behind with her dad and took wanted to live with her own mother and stepfather. A man named Refugio. Perreault Wanda's mother then began dating Centenario. Who to be clear was her own. Mother's boyfriend WANNA was forced to take care of the housework and stay inside the house much of the time that meant she couldn't go to school. Couldn't learn to read or write and she was abused. Her mother hit her and yelled at her. This was happening at a time when her brain was still developing. It's what Dr. Ostrovsky calls the second critical stage of development which happens between six and nine years old. This is normally the time when kids learn to read but in cases of those who are later prone to violence the area of the brain called the Angular. Gyrus is not as developed as normal children of that age. We know WANNA didn't learn to read and she wasn't exposed to much outside her home situation and her home life was deteriorating. Wanda's mother was a severe alcoholic willing to do almost anything to get her next fix that included trading away. Her own daughter to an older man named Jose. Lugo in exchange for three beers. Yes you heard that right three beers in exchange for Hana who was just thirteen years old. Jose Lucho raped. WanNa who got pregnant at thirteen but then lost. The pregnancy loophole continued to abuse and rape her for four more years. Sometimes tying her to a bed frame that stayed with her one never forgave or made peace with her mother for neglecting her and foisting her on the man who repeatedly raped her it. Shaped the way she'd feel about older female figures who are normally seen as protectors in nineteen seventy. Three one WANNA was sixteen years old. Jose Lucho raped and impregnated her again. This time Honda had a son. Jose and Wreak Lou Copa Rossa. But she had no money and no job. Her mother was an unreliable alcoholic. Her father was miles away and she hadn't seen him for a decade. The closest thing she had to a stable influence on her life was her stepfather remember. This is the man who originally dated on his grandmother before he started sleeping with one. `As mother Juana had nowhere to go so she stayed with her abuser. Jose IN CLIP FROM FEMALE CRIMINALS. WanNa Bourassa spent the majority of our most crucial development years contending with violence and abuse. Research has suggested that Baraza chose elderly female victims because of the rage and resentment. She felt toward her mother who failed to protect her from such abuse instead selling to a man who raped and assaulted her for years. WanNa isn't the only person who grew into a killer after she was essentially abandoned as a child. Our next clip highlights another criminal whose mother chose alcohol over. Parental responsibilities. In Park has original colts. We examined the childhood of Charles Manson. Who grew up to be the manipulative leader of the murderous Manson family Manson's mother Kathleen. Maddox was only sixteen years old. When she gave birth like Sarah's mother Maddox was an alcoholic and had little interest in caring for her baby. Manson was also abandoned. I biological father and then by his stepfather on November Twelfth Nineteen thirty four Kathleen gave birth to a boy whom she named Charles Mills Manson Charles after her father and Manson after her husband Kathleen was still a teenager at heart. The sixteen year old didn't WanNA spend much time being a mother. She began leaving Charles with relatives so she could go out and party. Sometimes Kathleen would disappear for days with her brother Luther. Nancy began to worry that her two children were working together to rob people sadly for Nancy. Her fears would soon be proven right. William you. Manson quickly grew sick of Kathleen disappearances and divorced her in nineteen thirty seven. Kathleen couldn't care less. She was busy taking Charles. Manson's biological father Colonel Scott to court to force him to pay child support but twenty five dollars was all she'd ever get from Manson's biological father. Colonel Scott wanted nothing to do with his son. Did Charles grow up to resent his biological father for abandoning him? It's hard to say for sure but an unsolved murder that took place in nineteen sixty nine has some people theorizing. That may be Charles. Did hold a grudge against his father in May of Nineteen sixty-nine mere months before the Tate Labianca killings Ashland detectives found a man viciously stabbed to death in his home. A kitchen knife left sticking out of his body. The man's identity Darwin's Scott Colonel Scott's brother and Charles Manson's uncle Given that the tate murders were in part a result of Manson's feelings of resentment and desire for revenge. It's easy to suspect that Manson might resent the father who never cared about him and who made no effort to save Manson from an unhappy childhood but before Manson became eventual cult leader. He was a deeply troubled child in August of nineteen thirty nine. When Charles was four years old his mother Kathleen and his uncle. Luther teamed up to rob a man named Frank Martin after a night of Drinking Kathleen and Luther lured Martin to gestation then assaulted and robbed him. They did a terrible job of hiding their identities and police quickly arrested them. Charles may have watched as police arrested and took his mother away..

Charles Manson Charles Mills Manson Charles Kathleen Jose Lucho WanNa Baraza WANNA WanNa Bourassa Dr Figgy Ostrovsky Perreault Wanda Baraza Manson Robert Ressler rape Luther Scott Colonel Scott Hilla Mexico Heather Mitchell Mexico City Boras
"charles mills manson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

09:13 min | 6 months ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"This episode covers childhoods from Hell. Childhood is a crucial time at the development of a person's psyche. Time and time again. We've seen the role abuse neglect and traumatizing childhood. Circumstances have had in shaping so many of the killers. We have covered the clips. Today will dive into examples of adverse childhoods and the psychological effect it had on some of the worst criminals of the last century. Opinion is divided on whether someone is born a killer or whether they're molded into one by their environment according to psychologists both nature and nurture play a role but studies have shown that a large percentage of serial killers suffered child abuse whether it be sexual physical or emotional if bi profiler Robert Ressler spent most of his career studying serial killers in his book. Whoever fights monsters he wrote that all the murders? He studied every single. One were victims of serious emotional abuse as children for further evidence criminal. Researchers Heather Mitchell and Michael. Geo Moat found that sixty eight percent of the serial killers. They studied had suffered some sort of abuse whether it was physical sexual or psychological are clips. Today will highlight different types of abuse neglect and hardships. Criminals endured during childhood. And how these traumatizing events shape. Their criminal behavior as an adult. Our first clip comes from podcast original female criminals in this episode. We take a look at one of the most notorious female serial Killers WanNa Baraza Aka Lamont Avia heat tests Baraza robbed and killed over forty elderly women in Mexico City between nineteen ninety eight and two thousand six but before she was known as the old lady killer. She was a young girl growing up in rural. Y'All go Mexico. Starting at age five bras experienced physical abuse at the hands of her mother. It would only get worse looking at one. Boras early years. We'll see the beginnings of a pattern of instability and abuse that continued throughout her childhood. One psychologist Dr Figgy Ostrovsky at Unum in Mexico analyzed one a Baraza specifically it was part of a study of more than three hundred seventy violent inmates said state and federal prisons to find out if violent criminals had violent family lives or if they had witnessed rape or violent behavior as children. That description definitely applies to WanNa Baraza. When WANNA was five? Her young mother left one daughter on Hilla behind with her dad and took wanted to live with her own mother and stepfather. A man named Refugio. Sampaio Wanda's mother then began dating Centenario. Who to be clear was her own. Mother's boyfriend WANNA was forced to take care of the housework and stay inside the house much of the time that meant she couldn't go to school. Couldn't learn to read or write and she was abused. Her mother hit her and yelled at her. This was happening at a time when her brain was still developing. It's what Dr. Ostrovsky calls the second critical stage of development which happens between six and nine years old. This is normally the time when kids learn to read but in cases of those who are later prone to violence the area of the brain called the Angular. Gyrus is not as developed as normal children of that age. We know WANNA didn't learn to read and she wasn't exposed to much outside her home situation and her home life was deteriorating. Wanda's mother was a severe hollick willing to do almost anything to get her next fix that included trading away her own daughter to an older man named Jose. Lugo in exchange for three beers. Yes you heard that right three beers in exchange for Wanna who was just thirteen years old Jose Lou Raped. WanNa who got pregnant at thirteen but then lost. The pregnancy loophole continued to abuse and rape her for four more years. Sometimes tying her to a bed frame that stayed with her one never forgave or made peace with her mother for neglecting her and foisting her on the man who repeatedly raped her it. Shaped the way she'd feel about older female figures who are normally seen as protectors in nineteen seventy. Three one WANNA was sixteen years old. Jose Lucho raped and impregnated her again. This time Honda had a son. Jose and Wreak Lou Copa Rossa. But she had no money and no job. Her mother was an unreliable alcoholic. Her father was miles away and she hadn't seen him for a decade. The closest thing she had to a stable influence on her life was her stepfather remember. This is the man who originally dated on his grandmother before he started sleeping with one. `As mother Juana had nowhere to go so she stayed with her abuser. Jose IN CLIP FROM FEMALE CRIMINALS. WanNa Bourassa spent the majority of our most crucial development years contending with violence and abuse. Research has suggested that Baraza chose elderly female victims because of the rage and resentment. She felt toward her mother who failed to protect her from such abuse instead selling to a man who raped and assaulted her for years. WanNa isn't the only person who grew into a killer after she was essentially abandoned as a child. Our next clip highlights another criminal whose mother chose alcohol over. Parental responsibilities. In Park has original colts. We examined the childhood of Charles Manson. Who grew up to be the manipulative leader of the murderous Manson family Manson's mother Kathleen. Maddox was only sixteen years old. When she gave birth like Sarah's mother Maddox was an alcoholic and had little interest in caring for her baby. Manson was also abandoned. I biological father and then by his stepfather on November Twelfth Nineteen thirty four Kathleen gave birth to a boy whom she named Charles Mills Manson Charles after her father and Manson after her husband Kathleen was still a teenager at heart. The sixteen year old didn't WanNA spend much time being a mother. She began leaving Charles with relatives so she could go out and party. Sometimes Kathleen would disappear for days with her brother Luther. Nancy began to worry that her two children were working together to rob people sadly for Nancy. Her fears would soon be proven right. William you. Manson quickly grew sick of Kathleen disappearances and divorced her in nineteen thirty seven. Kathleen couldn't care less. She was busy taking Charles. Manson's biological father Colonel Scott to court to force him to pay child support but twenty five dollars was all she'd ever get from Manson's biological father. Colonel Scott wanted nothing to do with his son. Did Charles grow up to resent his biological father for abandoning him? It's hard to say for sure but an unsolved murder that took place in nineteen sixty nine has some people theorizing. That may be Charles. Did hold a grudge against his father in May of Nineteen sixty-nine mere months before the Tate Labianca killings Ashland detectives found a man viciously stabbed to death in his home. A kitchen knife left sticking out of his body. The man's identity Darwin's Scott Colonel Scott's brother and Charles Manson's uncle Given that the tate murders were in part a result of Manson's feelings of resentment and desire for revenge. It's easy to suspect that Manson might resent the father who never cared about him and who made no effort to save Manson from an unhappy childhood but before Manson became eventual cult leader. He was a deeply troubled child in August of nineteen thirty nine. When Charles was four years old his mother Kathleen and his uncle. Luther teamed up to rob a man named Frank Martin after a night of Drinking Kathleen and Luther lured Martin to gestation then assaulted and robbed him. They did a terrible job of hiding their identities and police quickly arrested them. Charles may have watched as police arrested and took his mother away..

Charles Manson Charles Mills Manson Charles Wanna Kathleen WanNa Baraza Jose WANNA WanNa Bourassa Dr Figgy Ostrovsky Baraza Sampaio Wanda Manson Robert Ressler rape Jose Lou Raped Luther Scott Colonel Scott Hilla Mexico Jose Lucho
"charles mills manson" Discussed on Cults

Cults

09:13 min | 6 months ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on Cults

"This episode covers childhoods from Hell. Childhood is a crucial time at the development of a person's psyche. Time and time again. We've seen the role abuse neglect and traumatizing childhood. Circumstances have had in shaping so many of the killers. We have covered the clips. Today will dive into examples of adverse childhoods and the psychological effect it had on some of the worst criminals of the last century. Opinion is divided on whether someone is born a killer or whether they're molded into one by their environment according to psychologists both nature and nurture play a role but studies have shown that a large percentage of serial killers suffered child abuse whether it be sexual physical or emotional if bi profiler Robert Ressler spent most of his career studying serial killers in his book. Whoever fights monsters he wrote that all the murders? He studied every single. One were victims of serious emotional abuse as children for further evidence criminal. Researchers Heather Mitchell and Michael. Geo Moat found that sixty eight percent of the serial killers. They studied had suffered some sort of abuse whether it was physical sexual or psychological are clips. Today will highlight different types of abuse neglect and hardships. Criminals endured during childhood. And how these traumatizing events shape. Their criminal behavior as an adult. Our first clip comes from podcast original female criminals in this episode. We take a look at one of the most notorious Female Serial Killers WanNa Baraza Aka Lamont Avia heat tests Baraza robbed and killed over forty elderly women in Mexico City between Nineteen Ninety eight and two thousand six but before she was known as the Old Lady Killer. She was a young girl growing up in rural. Y'All go Mexico. Starting at age five bras experienced physical abuse at the hands of her mother. It would only get worse looking at one. Boras early years. We'll see the beginnings of a pattern of instability and abuse that continued throughout her childhood. One psychologist Dr Figgy Ostrovsky at Unum in Mexico analyzed one a Baraza specifically it was part of a study of more than three hundred seventy violent inmates said state and federal prisons to find out if violent criminals had violent family lives or if they had witnessed rape or violent behavior as children. That description definitely applies to WanNa Baraza. When WANNA was five? Her young mother left one daughter on Hilla behind with her dad and took wanted to live with her own mother and stepfather. A man named Refugio. Perreault Wanda's mother then began dating Centenario. Who to be clear was her own. Mother's boyfriend WANNA was forced to take care of the housework and stay inside the house much of the time that meant she couldn't go to school. Couldn't learn to read or write and she was abused. Her mother hit her and yelled at her. This was happening at a time when her brain was still developing. It's what Dr. Ostrovsky calls the second critical stage of development which happens between six and nine years old. This is normally the time when kids learn to read but in cases of those who are later prone to violence the area of the brain called the Angular. Gyrus is not as developed as normal children of that age. We know WANNA didn't learn to read and she wasn't exposed to much outside her home situation and her home life was deteriorating. Wanda's mother was a severe hollick willing to do almost anything to get her next fix that included trading away her own daughter to an older man named Jose. Lugo in exchange for three beers. Yes you heard that right three beers in exchange for Hana who was just thirteen years old. Jose Lucho raped. WanNa who got pregnant at thirteen but then lost. The pregnancy loophole continued to abuse and rape her for four more years. Sometimes tying her to a bed frame that stayed with her one never forgave or made peace with her mother for neglecting her and foisting her on the man who repeatedly raped her it. Shaped the way she'd feel about older female figures who are normally seen as protectors in nineteen seventy. Three one WANNA was sixteen years old. Jose Lucho raped and impregnated her again. This time Honda had a son. Jose and Rica Lou Copa Rossa. But she had no money and no job. Her mother was an unreliable alcoholic. Her father was miles away and she hadn't seen him for a decade. The closest thing she had to a stable influence on her life was her stepfather remember. This is the man who originally dated on his grandmother before he started sleeping with one. `As mother Juana had nowhere to go so she stayed with her abuser. Jose IN CLIP FROM FEMALE CRIMINALS. WanNa Barossa spent the majority of our most crucial development years contending with violence and abuse. Research has suggested that Baraza chose elderly female victims because of the rage and resentment. She felt toward her mother who failed to protect her from such abuse instead selling to a man who raped and assaulted her for years. WanNa isn't the only person who grew into a killer after she was essentially abandoned as a child. Our next clip highlights another criminal whose mother chose alcohol over. Parental responsibilities. In Park has original colts. We examined the childhood of Charles Manson. Who grew up to be the manipulative leader of the murderous Manson family Manson's mother Kathleen. Maddox was only sixteen years old. When she gave birth like Sarah's mother Maddox was an alcoholic and had little interest in caring for her baby. Manson was also abandoned. I biological father and then by his stepfather on November Twelfth Nineteen thirty four Kathleen gave birth to a boy whom she named Charles Mills Manson Charles after her father and Manson after her husband Kathleen was still a teenager at heart. The sixteen year old didn't WanNA spend much time being a mother. She began leaving Charles with relatives so she could go out and party. Sometimes Kathleen would disappear for days with her brother Luther. Nancy began to worry that her two children were working together to rob people sadly for Nancy. Her fears would soon be proven right. William you. Manson quickly grew sick of Kathleen disappearances and divorced her in nineteen thirty seven. Kathleen couldn't care less. She was busy taking Charles. Manson's biological father Colonel Scott to court to force him to pay child support but twenty five dollars was all she'd ever get from Manson's biological father. Colonel Scott wanted nothing to do with his son. Did Charles grow up to resent his biological father for abandoning him? It's hard to say for sure but an unsolved murder that took place in nineteen sixty nine has some people theorizing. That may be Charles. Did hold a grudge against his father in May of Nineteen sixty-nine mere months before the Tate Labianca killings Ashland detectives found a man viciously stabbed to death in his home. A kitchen knife left sticking out of his body. The man's identity Darwin's Scott Colonel Scott's brother and Charles Manson's uncle Given that the tate murders were in part a result of Manson's feelings of resentment and desire for revenge. It's easy to suspect that Manson might resent the father who never cared about him and who made no effort to save Manson from an unhappy childhood but before Manson became eventual cult leader. He was a deeply troubled child in August of nineteen thirty nine. When Charles was four years old his mother Kathleen and his uncle. Luther teamed up to rob a man named Frank Martin after a night of Drinking Kathleen and Luther lured Martin to gestation then assaulted and robbed him. They did a terrible job of hiding their identities and police quickly arrested them. Charles may have watched as police arrested and took his mother away..

Charles Manson Charles Mills Manson Charles Kathleen Jose Lucho WanNa Baraza Dr Figgy Ostrovsky WANNA WanNa Barossa Baraza Perreault Wanda Manson Robert Ressler rape Luther Scott Colonel Scott Hilla Mexico Heather Mitchell Mexico City Boras
"charles mills manson" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

09:13 min | 6 months ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on Con Artists

"This episode covers childhoods from Hell. Childhood is a crucial time at the development of a person's psyche. Time and time again. We've seen the role abuse neglect and traumatizing childhood. Circumstances have had in shaping so many of the killers. We have covered the clips. Today will dive into examples of adverse childhoods and the psychological effect it had on some of the worst criminals of the last century. Opinion is divided on whether someone is born a killer or whether they're molded into one by their environment according to psychologists both nature and nurture play a role but studies have shown that a large percentage of serial killers suffered child abuse whether it be sexual physical or emotional if bi profiler Robert Ressler spent most of his career studying serial killers in his book. Whoever fights monsters he wrote that all the murders? He studied every single. One were victims of serious emotional abuse as children for further evidence criminal. Researchers Heather Mitchell and Michael. Geo Moat found that sixty eight percent of the serial killers. They studied had suffered some sort of abuse whether it was physical sexual or psychological are clips. Today will highlight different types of abuse neglect and hardships. Criminals endured during childhood. And how these traumatizing events shape. Their criminal behavior as an adult. Our first clip comes from podcast original female criminals in this episode. We take a look at one of the most notorious Female Serial Killers WanNa Baraza Aka Lamont Avia heat tests Baraza robbed and killed over forty elderly women in Mexico City between Nineteen Ninety eight and two thousand six but before she was known as the Old Lady Killer. She was a young girl growing up in rural. Y'All go Mexico. Starting at age five bras experienced physical abuse at the hands of her mother. It would only get worse looking at one. Boras early years. We'll see the beginnings of a pattern of instability and abuse that continued throughout her childhood. One psychologist Dr Figgy Ostrovsky at Unum in Mexico analyzed one a Baraza specifically it was part of a study of more than three hundred seventy violent inmates said state and federal prisons to find out if violent criminals had violent family lives or if they had witnessed rape or violent behavior as children. That description definitely applies to WanNa Baraza. When WANNA was five? Her young mother left one daughter on Hilla behind with her dad and took wanted to live with her own mother and stepfather. A man named Refugio. Perreault Wanda's mother then began dating Centenario. Who to be clear was her own. Mother's boyfriend WANNA was forced to take care of the housework and stay inside the house much of the time that meant she couldn't go to school. Couldn't learn to read or write and she was abused. Her mother hit her and yelled at her. This was happening at a time when her brain was still developing. It's what Dr. Ostrovsky calls the second critical stage of development which happens between six and nine years old. This is normally the time when kids learn to read but in cases of those who are later prone to violence the area of the brain called the Angular. Gyrus is not as developed as normal children of that age. We know WANNA didn't learn to read and she wasn't exposed to much outside her home situation and her home life was deteriorating. Wanda's mother was a severe alcoholic willing to do almost anything to get her next fix that included trading away. Her own daughter to an older man named Jose. Lugo in exchange for three beers. Yes you heard that right three beers in exchange for Wanna who was just thirteen years old. Jose Lucho raped. WanNa who got pregnant at thirteen but then lost. The pregnancy loophole continued to abuse and rape her for four more years. Sometimes tying her to a bed frame that stayed with her one never forgave or made peace with her mother for neglecting her and foisting her on the man who repeatedly raped her it. Shaped the way she'd feel about older female figures who are normally seen as protectors in nineteen seventy. Three one WANNA was sixteen years old. Jose Lucho raped and impregnated her again. This time Honda had a son. Jose and Rica Lou Copa Rossa. But she had no money and no job. Her mother was an unreliable alcoholic. Her father was miles away and she hadn't seen him for a decade. The closest thing she had to a stable influence on her life was her stepfather remember. This is the man who originally dated on his grandmother before he started sleeping with one. `As mother Juana had nowhere to go so she stayed with her abuser. Jose IN CLIP FROM FEMALE CRIMINALS. WanNa Bourassa spent the majority of our most crucial development years contending with violence and abuse. Research has suggested that Baraza chose elderly female victims because of the rage and resentment. She felt toward her mother who failed to protect her from such abuse instead selling to a man who raped and assaulted her for years. WanNa isn't the only person who grew into a killer after she was essentially abandoned as a child. Our next clip highlights another criminal whose mother chose alcohol over. Parental responsibilities. In Park has original colts. We examined the childhood of Charles Manson. Who grew up to be the manipulative leader of the murderous Manson family Manson's mother Kathleen. Maddox was only sixteen years old. When she gave birth like Sarah's mother Maddox was an alcoholic and had little interest in caring for her baby. Manson was also abandoned. I biological father and then by his stepfather on November Twelfth Nineteen thirty four Kathleen gave birth to a boy whom she named Charles Mills Manson Charles after her father and Manson after her husband Kathleen was still a teenager at heart. The sixteen year old didn't WanNA spend much time being a mother. She began leaving Charles with relatives so she could go out and party. Sometimes Kathleen would disappear for days with her brother Luther. Nancy began to worry that her two children were working together to rob people sadly for Nancy. Her fears would soon be proven right. William you. Manson quickly grew sick of Kathleen disappearances and divorced her in nineteen thirty seven. Kathleen couldn't care less. She was busy taking Charles. Manson's biological father Colonel Scott to court to force him to pay child support but twenty five dollars was all she'd ever get from Manson's biological father. Colonel Scott wanted nothing to do with his son. Did Charles grow up to resent his biological father for abandoning him? It's hard to say for sure but an unsolved murder that took place in nineteen sixty nine has some people theorizing. That may be Charles. Did hold a grudge against his father in May of Nineteen sixty-nine mere months before the Tate Labianca killings Ashland detectives found a man viciously stabbed to death in his home. A kitchen knife left sticking out of his body. The man's identity Darwin's Scott Colonel Scott's brother and Charles Manson's uncle Given that the tate murders were in part a result of Manson's feelings of resentment and desire for revenge. It's easy to suspect that Manson might resent the father who never cared about him and who made no effort to save Manson from an unhappy childhood but before Manson became eventual cult leader. He was a deeply troubled child in August of nineteen thirty nine. When Charles was four years old his mother Kathleen and his uncle. Luther teamed up to rob a man named Frank Martin after a night of Drinking Kathleen and Luther lured Martin to gestation then assaulted and robbed him. They did a terrible job of hiding their identities and police quickly arrested them. Charles may have watched as police arrested and took his mother away..

Charles Manson Charles Mills Manson Charles Wanna Kathleen Jose Lucho WanNa Baraza WANNA WanNa Bourassa Dr Figgy Ostrovsky Perreault Wanda Baraza Manson Robert Ressler rape Luther Scott Colonel Scott Hilla Mexico Heather Mitchell Mexico City
"charles mills manson" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

09:13 min | 6 months ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on Female Criminals

"This episode covers childhoods from Hell. Childhood is a crucial time at the development of a person's psyche. Time and time again. We've seen the role abuse neglect and traumatizing childhood. Circumstances have had in shaping so many of the killers. We have covered the clips. Today will dive into examples of adverse childhoods and the psychological effect it had on some of the worst criminals of the last century. Opinion is divided on whether someone is born a killer or whether they're molded into one by their environment according to psychologists both nature and nurture play a role but studies have shown that a large percentage of serial killers suffered child abuse whether it be sexual physical or emotional if bi profiler Robert Ressler spent most of his career studying serial killers in his book. Whoever fights monsters he wrote that all the murders? He studied every single. One were victims of serious emotional abuse as children for further evidence criminal. Researchers Heather Mitchell and Michael. Geo Moat found that sixty eight percent of the serial killers. They studied had suffered some sort of abuse whether it was physical sexual or psychological are clips. Today will highlight different types of abuse neglect and hardships. Criminals endured during childhood. And how these traumatizing events shape. Their criminal behavior as an adult. Our first clip comes from podcast original female criminals in this episode. We take a look at one of the most notorious Female Serial Killers WanNa Baraza Aka Lamont Avia heat tests Baraza robbed and killed over forty elderly women in Mexico City between Nineteen Ninety eight and two thousand six but before she was known as the Old Lady Killer. She was a young girl growing up in rural. Y'All go Mexico. Starting at age five bras experienced physical abuse at the hands of her mother. It would only get worse looking at one. Boras early years. We'll see the beginnings of a pattern of instability and abuse that continued throughout her childhood. One psychologist Dr Figgy Ostrovsky at Unum in Mexico analyzed one a Baraza specifically it was part of a study of more than three hundred seventy violent inmates said state and federal prisons to find out if violent criminals had violent family lives or if they had witnessed rape or violent behavior as children. That description definitely applies to WanNa Baraza. When WANNA was five? Her young mother left one daughter on Hilla behind with her dad and took wanted to live with her own mother and stepfather. A man named Refugio. Perreault Wanda's mother then began dating Centenario. Who to be clear was her own. Mother's boyfriend WANNA was forced to take care of the housework and stay inside the house much of the time that meant she couldn't go to school. Couldn't learn to read or write and she was abused. Her mother hit her and yelled at her. This was happening at a time when her brain was still developing. It's what Dr. Ostrovsky calls the second critical stage of development which happens between six and nine years old. This is normally the time when kids learn to read but in cases of those who are later prone to violence the area of the brain called the Angular. Gyrus is not as developed as normal children of that age. We know WANNA didn't learn to read and she wasn't exposed to much outside her home situation and her home life was deteriorating. Wanda's mother was a severe alcoholic willing to do almost anything to get her next fix that included trading away. Her own daughter to an older man named Jose. Lugo in exchange for three beers. Yes you heard that right three beers in exchange for Hana who was just thirteen years old. Jose Lucho raped. WanNa who got pregnant at thirteen but then lost. The pregnancy loophole continued to abuse and rape her for four more years. Sometimes tying her to a bed frame that stayed with her one never forgave or made peace with her mother for neglecting her and foisting her on the man who repeatedly raped her it. Shaped the way she'd feel about older female figures who are normally seen as protectors in nineteen seventy. Three one WANNA was sixteen years old. Jose luko raped and impregnated her again. This time Honda had a son. Jose and Rica Lou Copa Rossa. But she had no money and no job. Her mother was an unreliable alcoholic. Her father was miles away and she hadn't seen him for a decade. The closest thing she had to a stable influence on her life was her stepfather remember. This is the man who originally dated on his grandmother before he started sleeping with one. `As mother Juana had nowhere to go so she stayed with her abuser. Jose IN CLIP FROM FEMALE CRIMINALS. WanNa Barossa spent the majority of our most crucial development years contending with violence and abuse. Research has suggested that Baraza chose elderly female victims because of the rage and resentment. She felt toward her mother who failed to protect her from such abuse instead selling to a man who raped and assaulted her for years. WanNa isn't the only person who grew into a killer after she was essentially abandoned as a child. Our next clip highlights another criminal whose mother chose alcohol over. Parental responsibilities. In Park has original colts. We examined the childhood of Charles Manson. Who grew up to be the manipulative leader of the murderous Manson family Manson's mother Kathleen. Maddox was only sixteen years old. When she gave birth like Sarah's mother Maddox was an alcoholic and had little interest in caring for her baby. Manson was also abandoned. I biological father and then by his stepfather on November Twelfth Nineteen thirty four Kathleen gave birth to a boy whom she named Charles Mills Manson Charles after her father and Manson after her husband Kathleen was still a teenager at heart. The sixteen year old didn't WanNA spend much time being a mother. She began leaving Charles with relatives so she could go out and party. Sometimes Kathleen would disappear for days with her brother Luther. Nancy began to worry that her two children were working together to rob people sadly for Nancy. Her fears would soon be proven right. William you. Manson quickly grew sick of Kathleen disappearances and divorced her in nineteen thirty seven. Kathleen couldn't care less. She was busy taking Charles. Manson's biological father Colonel Scott to court to force him to pay child support but twenty five dollars was all she'd ever get from Manson's biological father. Colonel Scott wanted nothing to do with his son. Did Charles grow up to resent his biological father for abandoning him? It's hard to say for sure but an unsolved murder that took place in nineteen sixty nine has some people theorizing. That may be Charles. Did hold a grudge against his father in May of Nineteen sixty-nine mere months before the Tate Labianca killings Ashland detectives found a man viciously stabbed to death in his home. A kitchen knife left sticking out of his body. The man's identity Darwin's Scott Colonel Scott's brother and Charles Manson's uncle given that the tate murders were in part a result of Manson's feelings of resentment and desire for revenge. It's easy to suspect that Manson might resent the father who never cared about him and who made no effort to save Manson from an unhappy childhood but before Manson became eventual cult leader. He was a deeply troubled child in August of nineteen thirty nine. When Charles was four years old his mother Kathleen and his uncle. Luther teamed up to rob a man named Frank Martin after a night of Drinking Kathleen and Luther lured Martin to gestation then assaulted and robbed him. They did a terrible job of hiding their identities and police quickly arrested them. Charles may have watched as police arrested and took his mother away..

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"charles mills manson" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Few names in history carry the as much notoriety as Charles Manson's when he died in two thousand seventeen after spending nearly fifty years in prison news of his passing made international headlines from what we know about Manson. That's that's exactly what he would have wanted from the time he was a young man. Charles Manson creeped fame and attention initially he believed his celebrity would come from being the world's biggest rockstar Baker than his idols. The the Beatles instead he was notorious for orchestrating some of the most heinous murders in American history but it wasn't just his crimes that drew infamy it was his ability to attract a loyal cult of followers. I who were so devoted they were willing to kill for him. Charles Mills Manson born in November of nineteen thirty four was without a family for most of his life in many ways. The creation of his cult following was determined many years before he found his way to Haight Ashbury his mother fifteen-year-old Kathleen Maddox was never married to Charles is biological father any me subsequent relationships didn't last for long Charles was shuttled between his grandmother and his aunt as Kathleen tried to find her footing. When Charles was only five Kathleen was sent to prison for stealing a car and and he was into live with family and McMechan West Virginia his aunt and Uncle Glenna and Bill Thomas Remember Charles is three year? Stay as a difficult time for their family. Charles was impervious to punishment his uncle. Go Bill said that he acted however he wanted and no threat of a whipping could make him behave before I continue with Charles's psychology please note that I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but they have done a lot of research for this show the thomases memories of Charles reveal a pattern of antisocial behavior often used to diagnose conduct disorders in children. The diagnostic and statistical manual of of mental disorders notes that problem behaviors may start as young as the age of three these children often show defiance towards adults blame others for things that have gone wrong and provoke others Charles displayed did all of these tendencies during his time in McMechan. Perhaps most frightening was Charles's obsession with knives. His cousin Joanne recalled a terrifying instance when she was left in charge of seven year old Charles Dell's he was pestering Joanne as she cleaned the house so she sent him outside moments later she looked up to see Charles standing on the other side of the screen door wielding a sickle he'd found in the yard slashing being at the screen. His expression was so deranged Joanne thought he might have killed her if our parents had an returned just then to stop him when Charles's mother Kathleen was paroled in nineteen forty two the thomases were glad to return seven year old Charles tour but his defiant behavior continued Charles skip school shoplifted and lied about it he was never ashamed and never repented for his bad behavior the D._S._M.. Five noted that between the ages of Seven and eleven antisocial behaviors intensify in children with conduct disorders at this age the children are more prone to lying stealing Lang and rule-breaking as they gain more independence from their caretakers. Kathleen hoped a firmer hand might straighten Charles out so in nineteen forty seven when Charles was twelve Kathleen sent him to the Jew Ball School. Oh for boys a boarding school for male delinquent and Terre Haute Indiana he ran away from Jabal the next year in nineteen forty eight within weeks he was caught burglarizing stores in Indianapolis the Annapolis and was sent to a juvenile facility in Omaha Nebraska. It started a pattern of incarceration escape and reincarceration throughout nineteen forty seven and nineteen fifty. Four Charles was placed Austin and escaped from a reform school in Indiana the National Training School for boys in Washington D._C.. And finally a maximum security prison in chillicothe the Ohio he was always recaptured as a result of escalating criminal behavior such as stealing cars and armed robbery Charles fits the textbook pattern of antisocial behaviors typical of childhood conduct disorders the D._S._M. Five states that adolescents are likely to intensify their rule breaking through truancy running away assault robbery vandalism and stealing cars medical professionals note that a high proportion of children and Young People <unk> with conduct disorders grow up to be antisocial adults Charles was by no means reformed but he managed to get his worst impulses under control at chillicothe -I he was released in the spring of Nineteen fifty four at the age of nineteen. Surprisingly he returned to McMechan West Virginia to live with his aunt uncle and grandmother his mother Kathleen had remarried and Charles didn't like her new husband and his grandmother's request Charles regularly attended church he wasn't a believer but he enjoyed several Bible passages especially in the book of revelation and he committed many to memory but his time outside of institutions was short lived in nineteen fifty five Charles Stole a car and drove to Las Angeles to see Kathleen he was promptly arrested by police officer who suspicions were raised by the out out of state license plate in April of Nineteen fifty six Charles was sentenced to serve three years at San Pedro's Terminal Island Penitentiary in Los Angeles Harbor in Prison Charles encountered all types of lawbreakers but he seemed most enamored with the pimps he was enthralled by their stories of seducing young vulnerable women and turning them into obedience sex workers they explain how to pick out women with low self esteem separate them from friends and family and finally alternate between showing the women affection and violence this combination of love and fear where powerful tools to exercise control over their victims Charles like the idea of exerting control over people. This may be why he enrolled in a prison course based on Dale Carnegie's Bestselling Book How to win friends and influence people Charles had never shown shown any aptitude for education before but he excelled in a class that affirmed his instincts for manipulation the most important lesson he gleaned from the course was held a make someone do what you wanted. The trick was to make them think it was their own idea. The research of cognitive psychologist Elizabeth Loftus suggested that it is relatively easy to implant an idea and another person's mind simply asking leading questions can shape another person's response and even create false memories of events Charles was thrilled to learn how susceptible the human mind was to outside influence and how easily he could exploit that twenty three year old Charles was released in September of Nineteen fifty eight with few job prospects. He decided to become a pimp he seduced nineteen year old Leona Ray Musser with the aim of convincing her to enter sex work art Leona eager to please win along with it until his probation officer caught on Charles was soon back in federal court facing charges but he had Leona by his side..

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"charles mills manson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

16:29 min | 1 year ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Few names in history carry the as much notoriety as Charles Manson's when he died in two thousand seventeen after spending nearly fifty years in prison news of his passing made international headlines from what we know about Manson. That's that's exactly what he would've wanted. From the time he was a young man. Charles Manson creeped fame and attention initially he believed his celebrity would come from being the world's biggest rockstar Baker than his idols. The the Beatles instead he was notorious for orchestrating some of the most heinous murders in American history but it wasn't just his crimes that drew infamy it was his ability to attract a loyal cult of followers. I who were so devoted they were willing to kill for him. Charles Mills Manson born in November of nineteen thirty four was without a family for most of his life in many ways. The creation of his cult following was determined many years before he found his way to Haight Ashbury his mother fifteen year old Kathleen Maddix was never married to Charles is biological father any me subsequent relationships didn't last for long Charles was shuttled between his grandmother and his aunt as Kathleen tried to find her footing. When Charles was only five Kathleen was sent to prison for stealing a car and and he was into live with family and McMechan West Virginia his aunt and Uncle Glenna and Bill Thomas Remember Charles is three year? Stay as difficult time for their family. Charles was impervious to punishment his uncle. Go Bill said that he acted however he wanted and no threat of a whipping could make him behave before a continue with Charles's psychology. Please note that I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but they have done a lot of research for this show. The Thomas's memories of Charles reveal a pattern of antisocial behavior often used to diagnose conduct disorders in children. The diagnostic and statistical manual of of mental disorders notes that problem behaviors may start as young as the age of three these children often show defiance towards adults lay mothers for things that have gone wrong and provoke others Charles displayed did all of these tendencies during his time in McMechan. Perhaps most frightening was Charles's obsession with knives. His cousin Joanne recalled a terrifying instance when she was left in charge of seven year old Charles Girls he was pestering Joanne as she cleaned the house so she sent him outside moments later she looked up to see Charles standing on the other side of the screen door wielding a sickle he'd found in the yard slashing being at the screen. His expression was so deranged Joanne thought he might have killed her if our parents had an returned just then to stop him when Charles is mother Kathleen was paroled in nineteen forty to the Thomas's were glad to return seven-year-old Charles tour but his defiant behavior continued Charles skip school shoplifted and light about it he was never ashamed and never repented for his bad behavior the D._S._M.. Five noted that between the ages of Seven and eleven antisocial behaviors intensify in children with conduct disorders at this age the children are more prone to lying stealing langer and rule-breaking as they gain more independence from their caretakers. Kathleen hoped a firmer hand might straighten Charles out so in nineteen forty seven when Charles was twelve Kathleen sent him to the ball school. Oh for boys a boarding school for male delinquent and Terre Haute Indiana he ran away from Jabal the next year in nineteen forty eight within weeks he was caught burglarizing stores in Indianapolis the Annapolis and was sent to a juvenile facility in Omaha Nebraska. It started a pattern of incarceration escape and reincarceration throughout nineteen forty seven and nineteen fifty four Charles was placed Austin and escaped from a reform school in Indiana the National Training School for boys in Washington D._C.. And finally a maximum security prison and chillicothe the Ohio he was always recaptured as a result of escalating criminal behavior such a stealing cars and armed robbery Charles fits the textbook pattern of antisocial behaviors typical of childhood conduct disorders the D._S._M. Five states that adolescents are likely to intensify their rule breaking through truancy running away assault robbery vandalism and stealing cars medical professionals note that a high proportion of children and young people with conduct disorders grow up to be antisocial adults Charles was by no means reformed but he managed to get his worst impulses under control at chillicothe -I he was released in the spring of Nineteen fifty four at the age of nineteen. Surprisingly he returned to McMechan West Virginia to live with his aunt uncle and grandmother his mother Kathleen had remarried and Charles didn't like her new husband and his grandmother's request Charles regularly attended church he wasn't a believer but he enjoyed several Bible passages especially in the book of revelation and he committed many to memory but his time outside of institutions was short-lived in nineteen fifty five Charles Stole a car and drove to Los Angeles to see Kathleen he was promptly arrested by police officer who suspicions were raised by the out out of state license plate in April of Nineteen fifty six Charles was sentenced to serve three years at San Pedro's Terminal Island Penitentiary in Los Angeles Harbor in Prison Charles encountered all types of lawbreakers but he seemed most enamored with the pimps he was enthralled by their stories of seducing young vulnerable women and turning them into obedience sex workers they explain how to pick out women with low self esteem separate them from friends and family and finally alternate between showing the women affection and violence this combination of love and fear where powerful tools to exercise control over their victims Charles like the idea of exert control over people. This may be why he enrolled in a prison course based on Dale Carnegie's bestselling book had a win friends and influence people Charles had never shown shown any aptitude for education before but he excelled in a class that affirmed his instincts for manipulation the most important lesson he gleaned from the course was held a make someone do what you wanted. The trick was to make them think it was their own idea. The research of cognitive psychologists Elizabeth Loftus suggested that it is relatively easy to implant an idea and another person's mind simply asking leading questions can shape another person's response and even create false memories of events Charles was thrilled to learn how susceptible the human mind was to outside influence and how easily he could exploit that twenty-three-year-old Charles was released in September nineteen fifty eight with few job prospects he decided to become a pimp he seduced nineteen year old Leona Ray Musser with the aim of convincing her to intersects work. Art Leona eager to please win along with it until his probation officer caught on Charles was soon back in federal court facing charges but he had Leona by his side..

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"charles mills manson" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Agreements or the forces we used to locate ourselves in time and space everything that we do is from some agreement that we have set up everything that we have in this physical universe is something we have laid out and agreed to most people never set time limits to their agreements so they are forces that continue with no end okay all right out of contacts were just setting up this is this is ridiculous foreshadowing but we do promise it comes into play later what are we talking about something hit the airwaves just recently as we record this and we kind of knew it was coming but not so soon yeah i had no idea of a figure that has been in my life for ever since i was born of as a kind of a spectre sort of an american boogeyman yeah that's a great phrase yes we are talking to day for for anyone who didn't read the title we've taken today about the death of charles manson charles manson is dead charles mills manson died on november 19th 2017 in the kent county hospital of bakersfield california dan ever since i've been borne he's been in jail he was incarcerated in 1971 and he was serving tie i'm in a california state prison outside of bakersfield and he was eighty three years old when he died after his death manson's grandson revealed that job this former cult leader billion of american boogeyman legs said had been in treatment for cancer so as as large as charlie manson loomed over uh the culture of this country pop culture all kinds of things he's been a is the spectre like you said he was human and he and been being treated for cancer for the past year and it had been kept a secret uh and kept inside the family um and manson died as he live the disturbing figure and again nata harp on a too much but i love that frees you came up with american boogeyman a a disturbing figure in that was caught somewhere between a protagonist for some members of society and ubiquitously regarded as a symbol for the dark fast.

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"charles mills manson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The recipient or the the benefactor the what's it called the the person getting all the junk in the will of their name can be redacted if they wish name charles mills manson a single man living in state prison in california wishes to leave my remaining stay to redacted i have to non children son michael brunner and son charles manson junior aulmark i give there's no way there's still that name mm i jimmy hitler how you do it right i'm not make it up birthday cake no not can ask you yes m e n s o n and then you can just do jr hello pillow cosco lol um the michael brunner and son charles manson junior now i have disinherited both known sons and any un known children in the present and in the future from my estate immediately upon my death my unknown children i just want to hear redesign is crazy voice i'm on my wishes earn leaving blank my entire state my remaining cash funds left in my account and corcoran for people don't know you could you have to buy stuff when you're in the joint and you can you can put money in your in your in your old man's account or whatever you want remain property held buzzed a prison my remaining clothing and personal and thought i'll tell you what the clothing he went to prison in a guarantees word'money online the gene slide that you're not supposed to prophet bell but while that's what i wanna know well here's another course of for handle if it's in your will i mean if you inherited it you're not profiting.

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"charles mills manson" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"charles mills manson" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Connections to charles manson and the drugs will you of another manson family there was actually speculation that charles manson one of these bridges was to carry out one of the terrorist events that were talked about in the north woods document northwards arguments of course have always been a of proof that the government would actually conduct terrorist activities and blame it on cubans therefore the first false flags happening with the things like nine eleven and others where we're looking at a possible government at least com complicit in this but the complicity of the government actually looking away when these things go down in the charles manson and his followers were there to destroy a number of things a heavy movement the love moment a war protesters all of that was part of the mission and we'll get into more that coming up to a kenyan in washington oh actually keenan hiking on your on ground zero kanaan are you there while hello caitlyn kenyan that was bizarre what was that okay we're gonna put him on hold that didn't sound good ever that was put him on hold go to joe in missouri hi you're on ground zero hey claims data and brother a i gotta quake up i'm i don't i'm i'm i'm i'm i'm i'm obviously measures up an okay ever seen the movie helterskelter yes i read the book mundane now all the movie and i always thought that uh they moby helterskelter was the correct uh story of charles mill manson life according to begin the osi i don't know if you've now poised ill i've always thought that was the way it really was now from why you're telling me what i'm hearing you're saying it charles real manson was as someone who has programmed by program by the cia or something like eight or yet the now yes i mean there there are a lot of people who were involved with the manson family they were involved the cia operations and they were also fueling the drugs given to manses followers the lst that they were trying on them and everything else and also were you look back at manson's uh manson was in vodka ville prison where they did a lot of used permits on sold on lovey inmates there they uh they did a lot of young kilter experiments on the inmates.

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