Thursday, June 18, 2015
Manson and Bugliosi had even more in common than you might think...
Ok, so it's the but what the hell.
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Charles Manson prosecutor 'had secret love child with his mistress of 23 years'
Vincent Bugliosi passed away in a Los Angeles hospital on Saturday evening following a years-long battle with cancer, his family said He famously prosecuted Charles Manson and three of his cult followers for the horrific murders of actress Sharon Tate and six others in 1969 The attorney turned the trial - the longest and most expensive in LA history at the time - into a marathon showcase for the killers' bizarre lifestyles After the case, he made failed bids for DA and became a defense attorney but gained greatest success in writing a dozen books 'Helter Skelter' - about the Manson case - became one of the best-selling true crime books of all time
The man who successfully prosecuted cult leader Charles Manson died earlier this month leaving behind two children-or so that's what people thought. Vincent Bugliosi left behind his wife of 59 years, Gail and their two adult children, Vincent and Wendy. And on Tuesday a woman claiming to be Vincent Bugliosi's lover of 23 years, Lydia Alvarez, has stepped out of the woodwork to say the two of them had a secret child together named Nina. Bugliosi who wrote the book 'Helter Skelter,' also apparently has five grandchildren that until now were kept hush hush, reports The New York Post. 'I am looking for a PR agency to represent me in selling a story to a newspaper or magazine about the unknown personal life story of Vince Bugliosi,' Alvarez wrote in an email to several PR firms. Alvarez says she wants to write memoir called, 'My Helter Skelter Life with Vince Bugliosi,' but said she wanted to wait until after he died to go public with her story