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Charles Manson Sees All The Evil InsidevCharles Manson: Everyone's got something to blame, because no one wants to look inside themselves.
Reporter: What do you see when you look inside yourself?
Charles Manson: When I look inside myself? I see everything. I see all I've the good bad the evil I see the whole thing
Reporter: How much evil is there?
Charles Manson: As much as you see.
Reporter: What do you see?
Charles Manson: All of it. (laughter) Right down to peaks you haven't touched yet. Dreams you haven't dreamed, and worlds you haven't conquered. The mind is endless. You put me in a dark solitary cell, and to you that's the end, to me it's the beginning, there's a world in there...and I'm free.
Charles Manson Explains Who He Really IsvReporter: people look at you twenty years later and they still have no idea what you're about. Tell me in a sentence who you are:
Charles Manson: Nobody. I'm nobody. I'm a tramp, a bum, a hobo, I’m a box car, and a jugger wang, and straight razor if you get to close to me.
Charles Manson Speaks GibberishvDo you feel blame? Are you mad? Uh, do you feel like wolf kabob Roth vantage? (continues on in gibberish)
Charles Manson Says His Children Are ComingvBelieve me if I started murdering people, there'd be none of you left, because my children are coming, I told you twenty years ago.
Charles Manson Claims He Invited GodvCharles Manson: Well God I guess you're my best friend, beings I invented ya.
Reporter: Do you believe in God?
Charles Manson: Sure I believe in myself why wouldn't I? (makes faces) Which one?
Reporter: Are you Jesus Christ?
Charles Manson: Which Jesus? There's all kinds of Jesus there's a black Jesus down in Florida, he's having a good time, there's a Mexican Jesus down in Mexico, I mean there's all kinds of Jesus there's a Jewish Jesus. I mean Jesus, you know all kinds of Jesus coming back everywhere! And nothing can stop it! It's a consciousness that lives in your mind!! Ladadadada!
Charles Manson Explains Helter Skleterv(Gibberish) Mine. Mine. Mine. Mine. Man, you're mind is going a billion miles an hour man woooo. You know that's what I call confusion. That's helter skelter you know.
Charles Manson Calls Ted Bundy "a poop butt"vReporter: What does one infamous convicted killer think of another? That's what we wondered, and that's why when I interviewed Charles Manson last week, I asked him what he thinks about Ted Bundy, the serial killer who recently died if Florida's electric chair. Here's that and a couple of other final words from Charles Manson.
Charles Manson: Bundy's a rumpkin, Bundy's a poop butt. Bundy's his mama's boy, Bundy's out there trying to prove something to his own manhood that's got nothing to do with me. I don't roll around with poop people like that. I stand with people that can stand with themselves.
Reporter: What do you think about what he said about pornography?
Charles Manson: pornography? I've been looking at it all my life and it hasn't affected me anything. Who do you think I am girl? If you could pick all words of the vocabulary that your mother told you...who do you think I am? This is only a couple of hours, could you imagine what it would be like, a couple of days with me? I did a hundred years a day.
Charles Manson Speaks with Charlie RosevCharles Manson: So Rose, how are you? (shakes his hand)I've been watching you, watching you on the tube.
Charlie Rose: What do you think?
Charles Manson: Everything, nothing.
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Charlie Rose: Do you have any friends you could talk to?
Charles Manson: I am friend to everything I see, everything I know, everything I feel.
Charlie Rose: What about other inmates?
Charles Manson: I'm brother in these hallways for 40 years. With no snitching on my jacket, with no asking for nobody to protect me, walking on my own two feet.
Charlie Rose: You get a lot of mail?
Charles Manson: Yeah
Charlie Rose: What do they say, these letters?
Charles Manson: Everyone's playing a different game with a thought. They're playing boats, and planes, and trains, and rabbits, and ducks, and um... swings, and hearts, and little girls, and everything you can think of. When we started the rainbow uh...uh the rainbow all the thoughts that go with that. The seed grows up from the ground, everything that starts to grow, grows up. You go down into the earth to plant something, you plant these seeds and this garden grows. It's the same thing in the garden in the mind.
Charlie Rose: I want to talk about that, but lets stay on your routine the facts of your life for a while. What about the scorpions, do you make scorpions?
Charles Manson: Yeah, I make little things out of string.
Charlie Rose: Where do you send them?
Charles Manson: Everywhere. Wherever they fit.
Charlie Rose: do somebody pay you for them?
Charles Manson: No.
Charlie Rose: Why scorpions?
Charles Manson: Well, it's not just scorpions I make all kinds of things. Scorpions are just one of the things I happen to make. I'm spiritually allied with the scorpion and the wolf. See spiritualism scares you people, because you've got this little stereotype church that you're buying and selling and you're trying to put God in a building. But God is much bigger than that little church and spiritualism is a lot more than they put into library’s and books.
Charlie Rose: Most religious people know that.
Charles Manson: Yeah well I am allied with certain awarnesses of the desert.
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Charlie Rose: When we sit here and talk to you, people wonder...where did Charlie Manson come from? What are your earliest memories?
Charles Manson: I come from the heart of Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Tom Nicks.
Charlie Rose: What does that mean? Those were the people you listened to?
Charles Manson: Yeah, Roosevelt. I come from the hills of Kentucky I come from hard times, baloney for Sunday dinner, I come from the depression.
Charlie Rose: you come from not knowing your father.
Charles Manson: Not knowing...I know my father. My father is all men.
Charlie Rose: But you're biological father you don't know.
Charles Manson: Section 8, all the discharged men of the second world war raised me. Ferguson was an ensign in the navy, he raised me. All the guys that came back from war raises all the kids that are locked up in prisons.