In 1939, she along with her brother were arrested and jailed for armed robbery. Charles, who was five at the time, was sent to live with relatives in West Virginia. It was dur... ... middle of paper ... ...and an evaluation and assessment into his personality. References Friedman, H., & Schustack, M. (2012). Personality: Classic theories and modern research.
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Kathleen had the habit of disappearing for days and weeks at a time, leaving Charlie with his grandmother or aunt. Kathleen Maddox was sentenced to a penitentiary for armed robbery, Charlie was sent to live with his aunt and uncle; who were going to try to straighten him out. When Kathleen was released from jail she didn't want Charlie as her responsibility, preferring her life of drinking. At this point in time she was willing to trade Charlie for a glass of beer. Charlie was adapted to a life of violence and loneliness.
His mother Kathleen Maddox, a teenage prostitute, his father was a man remembered as “Colonel Scott.” In order to give her bastard son a name she married William Manson. He quickly abandoned the both of them. In 1939 Kathleen Maddox was arrested for robbery and Charles was sent to live with his aunt and grandmother. Charles remembered his aunt as a harsh disciplinarian and favored is uncle because he gave him money for the movies and took him on frequent fishing trips. Only when his uncle became ill did his unfit mother come and reclaim her unwanted son and moved to Indianapolis.
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He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1934 to an unmarried 16-year-old mother, and to a father he never met. When he was only 5-years-old, his mother was sentenced to prison for armed robbery. After moving from household to household in foster care, then later being expelled from boarding school, Manson commit his first crime in 1948 when he was caught and convicted for robbing a grocery store. He spent the rest of his adolescence and early adulthood in and out of jail for car theft, forging checks, and running a prostitution ring. In between sentences he married and divorced two women, and had two children.
Ted Bundy’s Biography Ted Bundy was born November 24, 1946 as Theodore Robert Cowell to an unwed mother. Ted would never know who his biological father was. For four years Ted was raised by his grandparents who treated him as their son. Due to societies prejudice, Ted Bundy was lead to believe that his birth mother was his older sister. It was a bit confusing, when fou... ... middle of paper ... ...hy are there people Ted Bundy 11 like Ted Bundy?” “Was his personality constructed by his environment, cognitive skills, or his genetics?” “Or was he born without a consciousTed Bundy 12 References Bell, Rachael.
(Guinn 39) According to law2.umkc.edu, in November of 1939, Manson’s mother and uncle got sentenced to prison for five years for robbing a gas station. Also in 1947, Manson’s mother tried to send him to a foster home but was not able to due to not having room for Manson. A court then sent Manson to a school for boys in Terre Haute, Indiana. Manson was an unordinary child, he would constantly act out and enjoyed it. He would constantly break out and escape from his training schools and juvenile centers.
She later became pregnant, but left Manson shortly after because he continued his life of crime. It was 1956 and Manson was back behind bars for stealing automobiles. While on probation, Manson got Linda Kasabian pregnant, but never married. However, in 1... ... middle of paper ... ...er criminals who want to be ‘pimps’, other cults, and just murderers in general. Who knows, someone could cosplay what Manson and his followers had done in a few years or so.
On November 12th 1934 in Cincinnati, Ohio, 16 year old prostitute Kathleen Maddox gave birth to Charles Miles Maddox later named Charles Miles Manson after his mother briefly married a man named William Manson. Growing up, Charles would have to endure a very neglectful and abusive life. When Manson was only five years old, his mother and uncle were sentenced to five years in prison for robbing a West Virginia gas station. At the age of 13, he began to follow in his mother’s footsteps by committing petty crimes such as robbing which caused him to be sent to Indiana Boys School. He was subjected to sexual assault and abuse while staying in the Indian Boys School and after many transfers to other juvenile schools, he began committing violent sexual assaults that got him sent to the Ohio Federal Reformatory at 17 years old.