WEFOUNDThree Romances by Daniel Dorff 2007-01-01


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Charles Manson, who died Sunday at 83 , was a notorious murderer and cult leader who spent most of his life incarcerated. But that didn't keep several women from courting him over the years. He was married twice, and reportedly almost married a third time, as recently as 2014.  

The first Mrs. Manson  was Rosalie Jean Willis , a teenage  hospital waitress. The couple tied the knot in January 1955, when Manson was between prison sentences. Manson, who was a regular guest of the prison system as a teenager, was released on parole a few months before marrying Willis. They moved to California and had a son, Charles Manson Jr., who later changed his name to Jay White and died by suicide in 1993 .

“It was a good life, and I enjoyed the role of going off to work every morning and coming home to my wife,” Manson told Nuel Emmons for Manson in His Own Words: The Shocking Confessions of 'The Most Dangerous Man Alive.' “She was a super girl who didn’t make any demands, but we were both just a couple of kids.”

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Director Paul Thomas Anderson calls his movie Phantom Thread a romance, but its star Daniel Day-Lewis said that filming it made him so sad he decided to quit acting. Triple Oscar winner Day-Lewis plays fastidious 1950s London fashion designer Reynolds Woodcock whose self-centered life is disrupted when his latest muse, Alma (played by newcomer Vicky Krieps), falls in love with him and matters take an unexpected and sinister twist.

The movie, arriving in U.S. theaters on Dec. 25, took two years to research and write in what Anderson says was a collaborative effort with Day-Lewis. “It was always my intention to make a romantic film. The kind of things we talked about are the classic gothic romances like Rebecca, Gaslight and Vertigo,” Anderson said.

“Vertigo is really about obsession and that fever that comes over you when romance comes your way ... (The movie) gets pretty complicated and peculiar, as love does,” he added. British-born Day-Lewis, known for his meticulous preparation, threw himself into the project, studying for months with designers and making a couture dress himself. “Everything in the House of Woodcock was so particular - what chair, what silverware, what teacup. You have to involve Daniel in every aspect of that. There isn’t a piece of furniture or wall covering that hasn’t been approved (by him),” Anderson said.

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Charles Manson, who died Sunday at 83 , was a notorious murderer and cult leader who spent most of his life incarcerated. But that didn't keep several women from courting him over the years. He was married twice, and reportedly almost married a third time, as recently as 2014.  

The first Mrs. Manson  was Rosalie Jean Willis , a teenage  hospital waitress. The couple tied the knot in January 1955, when Manson was between prison sentences. Manson, who was a regular guest of the prison system as a teenager, was released on parole a few months before marrying Willis. They moved to California and had a son, Charles Manson Jr., who later changed his name to Jay White and died by suicide in 1993 .

“It was a good life, and I enjoyed the role of going off to work every morning and coming home to my wife,” Manson told Nuel Emmons for Manson in His Own Words: The Shocking Confessions of 'The Most Dangerous Man Alive.' “She was a super girl who didn’t make any demands, but we were both just a couple of kids.”

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Leeanna Morgan is a USA Today bestselling author. She lives in New Zealand surrounded by green hills on one side and the ocean on the other. She enjoys going for long walks, especially if she can convince her husband and two children to go with her!

Leeanna writes contemporary romances set in Montana. Her books contain all of the things that are important to her; good friends, family, a strong sense of community, and a happy ending.

Subscribe to updates from Leeanna about new books and other news at http://www.leeannamorgan.com

And on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Leeanna-Morgan/220562971470830

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Charles Manson, who died Sunday at 83 , was a notorious murderer and cult leader who spent most of his life incarcerated. But that didn't keep several women from courting him over the years. He was married twice, and reportedly almost married a third time, as recently as 2014.  

The first Mrs. Manson  was Rosalie Jean Willis , a teenage  hospital waitress. The couple tied the knot in January 1955, when Manson was between prison sentences. Manson, who was a regular guest of the prison system as a teenager, was released on parole a few months before marrying Willis. They moved to California and had a son, Charles Manson Jr., who later changed his name to Jay White and died by suicide in 1993 .

“It was a good life, and I enjoyed the role of going off to work every morning and coming home to my wife,” Manson told Nuel Emmons for Manson in His Own Words: The Shocking Confessions of 'The Most Dangerous Man Alive.' “She was a super girl who didn’t make any demands, but we were both just a couple of kids.”


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