The Manson File edited by Nikolas Schreck

The Manson File

edited by Nikolas Schreck

In Nikolas Schreck’s own words, The Manson File is Charles Manson “unexpurgated”. This scrapbook showcases Charlie through a collection of Manson’s own artwork, letters, poetry, song lyrics, trial testimony, and much much more. It’s filled with Charlie’s abstract and often-unsettling thought, and is probably the most unfiltered version of him published to date.

Pages: 200

Publisher: Feral House (September 18, 2011)

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2 Responses to The Manson File edited by Nikolas Schreck

  1. Johnnyseattle says:

    Just a comment, because some folks get confused between this version ‘The Manson File’ circa 1988 or so and his later book The Manson File: Myth and Reality of an Outlaw Shaman (2011) would you consider putting an addendum to your description?
    The books are completely different.

  2. Bill Davies says:

    Great point Johnny, you put that in the proper context.

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