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Six Degrees of Helter Skelter

Lloyd Bryan Adams , Ron Hale , Michael Dorsey    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting documentary & bonus April 22 2014
By Keith Little TOP 500 REVIEWER
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This is for the 2009 Echo Bridge Home Entertainment DVD edition. You get two documentaries, there are no subtitles or extras other than chapter selection. Six Degrees is about the Tate/Labianca murders and is quite fascinating and often creepy. The Boneyard is an episode of a Discovery Channel series called The Prosecutors about the killers Leonard Lake/Charles Ng.

The Six Degrees Of Helter Skelter - 2009, 105 mins

The Boneyard - 2000, 92 mins
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5.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining and Original! Jan. 6 2009
By J. M. Gonzalez - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the best current Helter Skelter documentary. Host Scott Michaels takes you step by step through the events of that fateful night and you get to see the actual locations where these events occured. If you live in California you can find some of these places on your own, but for those of us who don't, this is the next best thing to taking the actual tour.

There are little tid bits here and there that are interesting as well. In the 'extras' section we get to see the spot where there was the house that Squeaky Fromme grew up in, did you know she signed her name in the concrete? It is these little bits of info that make this a cut above the rest. We also get a trip through the house next to the Tate house, the owner believes it's haunted.

The main documentary is great at showing you these places and the things that you just don't get when looking at photographs. If this case is of interest to you this is a must have. The production quality of the DVD is very good- and the presentation is both entertaining and informative. An eerie scene is the host walking up Cielo Drive near midnight on the anniversary of the murders toward the gate at the former Tate residence. This is the stuff you don't see on A&E!

***UPDATE 12/2009*** - The review written above is for the original release (now out of print) of this documentary. The version available now is released through 'Echo Bridge Entertainment' and does not include the extras mentioned above. It is still the same documentary with an added mention about the fire that ripped through Barkers Ranch - but nothing on Squeaky Fromme's house - no extras.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Seriously creepy documentary, absolutely a MUST WATCH!! Feb. 22 2009
By M. Heath - Published on Amazon.com
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I wasn't entirely versed on the Charles Manson murders so this movie was, first of all, terrifyingly eye-opening for me. This is seriously one of the creepiest murders not only in Hollywood history but in American history, and the documentary retells the story in chilling detail with all the gruesome images to accompany it. Yes, the film is historically accurate and educational, but it is also surprisingly edge-of-your-seat and scary! If you're waiting for a calm moment to take that next bite of popcorn, you're going to be waiting a long time (like I was)! I watched this movie with friends for two different movie nights and everyone was successfully creeped out and impressed!! Buy this movie, you won't be disappointed!
24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THIS IS ONE AWESOME VIDEO FOR MANSON CASE FOLLOWERS March 10 2009
By Vonda Lewis - Published on Amazon.com
THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST INFORMATIVE VIDEOS ON THE CASE I HAVE EVER WATCHED..I'M SO GLAD I TALKED MYSELF INTO BUYING IT.THERES STUFF IN THERE I HAVE NEVER KNEW AND I THOUGHT I KNEW MOST OF IT..THANK'S TO THE PPL WHO MADE IT..AND FOR THIS TO BE THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MURDER'S AND TO GET IT NOW WAS LIKE OH MY TOOK ME BACK TO THE ACTUALL TIME'S THE EVENT'S ACCURED.
THANK'S FOR THE DVD GUY'S
THANKS SO MUCH
VON
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent History Lesson for Film and Crime Buffs Jan. 8 2009
By S. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
This DVD is excellent. A great deal of time and research has been put into the creation of it and to me it is one of the best at showing the viewer the world that surrounded The Manson Family as well as Sharon Tate and the other victims.

Scott Michaels films the locations where the horrific events of August 9th & 10th, 1969 took place. He in informed and clearly has a passion for presenting the facts. I look forward to buying other DVD's of his.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Helter Skelter Doc Takes You There and Beyond! Feb. 1 2009
By Stephen M. Goldstein - Published on Amazon.com
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Veteran LA Tour Guide Scott Michaels has done it again with the release of his second documentary, The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter. In this 90 minute tour, Michaels takes you behind the scenes and inside the minds of the Manson Family as he explores the murders of August 1969 and visits the sites today, not only of the murder locations, but of every site associated with the victims, the killers, the friends and hangers-on. By the time he winds up at Barker Ranch out in Death Valley, the last spot on earth where Charles Manson was a free man, where the remnants of Tex Watson's car remain today, you will know you have seen the definitive Manson documentary, the likes of which have never been seen before.
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