This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Manson Family's murder of pregnant actress Sharon Tate, and her friends, at her California home. After serving 39 years in prison, two women convicted for the murder are seeking parole this month.
The clip above is from the 1973 documentary Manson, which featured interviews with some of the female family members, as well as footage shot by the family, in which they explain Charles' philosophy and the Family's way of life. (Squeaky Fromme, seen in the clip, had no involvement in the Tate/LaBianca murders, but was convicted of attempted assassination of the president, for which she served 34 years. She will be released on August 16. She is still believed to be a follower of Manson's.)