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‘Reflexion’ by Lynette Fromme. Red Speaks…

Reflexion by Lynette Fromme

The Peasenhall Press proudly announces the publication of Reflexion, by Lynette Fromme. Lynette Fromme’s story of her life with Charles Manson from 1967 to 1969.

“You likely heard about the murders. This book is what happened before and after them along California’s beaches and bluffs, San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury, the redwoods, Topanga Canyon, Beverly Hills, the Santa Susana Mountains, and the outback of the Mojave Desert. It’s about the Charles Manson I perceived, and a gathering of people preparing to survive either a revolution, or the static institutions that were systematically trading all of our vital necessities for money.” — Lynette Fromme, 2018

In nearly 500 pages Fromme vividly chronicles her life with Charles Manson from the time she met him in May of 1967 to the final arrest of the so-called “Manson Family” in Death Valley in October of 1969.

Lynette Fromme's story of her life with Charles Manson

From Venice Beach, to the redwoods around Mendocino, to San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury, to Topanga Canyon and the Spiral Staircase and Condemned Houses, to Dennis Wilson’s Sunset Drive mansion, to Spahn’s Movie Ranch in Chatsworth, and finally to the Myers and Barker Ranches in Goler Wash in the Mojave Desert — everything is here in Fromme’s reflexion on her extensive travels and experiences with Manson and the like people around them who were “preparing to survive either a revolution, or the static institutions that were systematically trading all of our vital necessities for money.”

This book also contains previously unpublished material from Charles Manson, Sandra Good, Mary Brunner, Cathy Gillies, Nancy Pittman, Ruth Morehouse, Cathryn Share, Steve Grogan, and Patricia Krenwinkel.

For more details please visit The Peasenhall Press website at

 www.goodbyehelterskelter.com