Manson’s death brings up memories of local connection

Linda Kasabian testified in Tate party murder cases

A photo grabbed from the Telegraph files shows Linda Kasabian, left, and Deborah Carlson being led from Nashua district court on April 19, 1976, following their arraignments on charges stemming from the attack on police and firefighters in Litchfield the night before. Kasabian lived in several Nashua area locations after testifying against Charles Manson, who died last week in prison.

A wise old sage whose veins ran thick with ink once remarked, “pretty much every story has some kind of local angle.”

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