Former Manson follower says despite murders, she still loves him: ‘I don’t think you fall out of love’

It’s been nearly 50 years since notorious cult leader Charles Manson and some of his devout followers shocked the world with a series of brutal murders, including that of “Valley of the Dolls” actress Sharon Tate, who was more than eight months pregnant at the time.

And yet, despite knowing what he’d done, one of his followers, Lynette Fromme, said she’s still in love with Manson.

“I don’t think you fall out of love,” she told ABC News. “I feel very honored to have met him, and I know how that sounds to people who think he’s the epitome of evil.”

Fromme and Dianne Lake, two members who lived with the so-called “Manson Family” for years, spoke to ABC News about how they came to know Charles Manson and how the group’s 1969 murders shaped their lives and impacted American culture.

Watch the full story of “Manson Girls” tonight, April 30 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.

John Earnest Manifesto: San Diego Synagogue Shooter’s Manifesto

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Dark web druglords charged with laundering $2.3M in Bitcoin

US authorities have arrested three men after taking down a dark web drug ring which laundered $2.3 million in cryptocurrency.



Scandals. Backstabbing. Resignations. Record profits. Time Bombs. In early 2018, Mark Zuckerberg set out to fix Facebook. Here’s how that turned out.


U.S. farmers face devastation following Midwest floods


Midwestern farmers have been gambling they could ride out the U.S.-China trade war by storing their corn and soybeans anywhere they could – in bins, plastic tubes, in barns or even outside.

Now, the unthinkable has happened. Record floods have devastated a wide swath of the Farm Belt across Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and several other states. Early estimates of lost crops and livestock are approaching $1 billion in Nebraska alone. With more flooding expected, damages are expected to climb much higher for the region.


Microplastics are raining down from the sky

Scientists discover large amounts of tiny plastic particles falling out of the air in a remote mountain location.

In what looks like a pristine, remote mountain region, tiny pieces of plastic pollution were found raining down from the sky—raising questions about the global extent of plastic pollution—a first-of-its-kind study has found.


Oxford philosopher’s newest hypothesis predicts the rise of super villains

“I think Bostrom has somehow penetrated our private forum.” – The Editor

Oxford philosopher and founding director of the Future of Humanity Institute Nick Bostrom‘s latest research paper seems to indicate our species could be on a collision course with a technology-fueled super villain.


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