Tag Archives: Charles Manson
Serial Killers in Sacramento–Why here?
April 7, 2019 · by James L'Etoile · in Charles Manson, Crime, crime and punishment, crime fiction, crime thriller novels, criminal justice, death, death penalty, James L'Etoile, killers, location, media, serial killers, social issues · 11 Comments
News headlines and social media feeds were buzzing after the long-awaited death of notorious serial killer, Charles Manson. His personal role as the mastermind of the 1960’s murder spree in Southern California has been long debated, as he is quoted saying that he didn’t personally commit any of the crimes. Manson and his dysfunctional “family” of […]
So You Married a Murderer
November 15, 2018 · by James L'Etoile · in Afton Elaine Burton, author, Charles Manson, crime and punishment, crime fiction author, criminal justice, death penalty, James L'Etoile, prison, prison life, Richard Rameriz, Scott Peterson · 8 Comments
I met with a group of wonderful ladies at a Shalom Women’s Group this week and talked about crime fiction, Sacramento’s dark history of violent crime, and some of our more notorious serial killers. We had a wonderful discussion and the attendees asked some great questions. One question, and it’s a subject that comes up […]