Cult leader Charles Manson, who ordered murders and pushed the fear that a race war in America was imminent, died Sunday of natural causes.
Manson, Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten all escaped the death penalty.
Before Manson coerced his cult members into murder, he was a musician who seduced and preyed on young women. Dianne Lake, whose new memoir recounts her years with him, was one of his victims.
Dennis Wilson met the murderer after picking up two of his followers hitchhiking.
Debra Tate, whose sister Sharon was killed in 1969, says TV shows depicting real murders are distasteful.
The star speaks about his new role, the "X-Files" reboot, the value of being clueless and more.