Little Charles Manson (you know, Charlie’s son) will be making two appearances at the True Crime and Warped Tour convention, and if you live in any where the two areas he will be at I seriously suggest you go. Inside you can find out where he will be out to discuss everything you want to know. I cannot stress that if you are interested in this type of thing, then this is a must go.
Bloody-Disgusting tells you:
For two nights only, Charles Manson’s real life son breaks his silence! On November 2nd in Philadelphia, and in Boston on November 3rd, Mathew Robert speaks for the first time to a live audience about his tumultuous childhood as the son of one of America’s most notorious criminals.
Mathew born in 1968 has written a book called ‘House of the New Rising Sun’, and has a band in Los Angeles called ‘New Rising Son’, he will join the ‘True crime & Warped Minds’ Tour for two dates in an effort to get his story out.
Mathew Robert has lived his entire life in the shadow of his infamous father and the knowledge that he was the product his mother’s rape as an impressionable teenager who had gone to San Francisco. His stare is an uncanny match to his father’s, but he insists the comparisons stop there.
Find out for the first time about one of Charles Manson’s own children! What his life was like? Does he maintain a relationship with his father? Was his mother in “The Family”. Join us and find out.
Mathew Robert will be a special guest on the ‘True Crime & Warped Minds’ Tour. On November 2nd he will be appearing in Philadelphia, first at the Eastern State Penitentiary for a special group tour, and after he will speak across the street at Jacks Firehouse. In Boston, he will appear at the Zeitgeist Gallery for a late show at 9:30 pm on November 3rd.
Eastern State Penitentiary
2124 Fairmount Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130
$20 — Includes group tour, screening and warm up party across the street at Jack’s Firehouse. Limited space, please RSVP. Tour will start at 5pm, the screening will be afterwards at Jack’s Firehouse.
1353 Cambridge Street (in Inman Square)