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Epilogue
by Endless Melancholy

"I know I don't know
I know I'm stupid, I admit: I'm a pity
Whatever, I've never been a success in anything
I even got to the point where I didn't want to be a success in anything
What would be a success? What does that mean? Money?
Oh. I had all the money in the world three times and I had to give it back.
It's a stupid little game".

Charles Manson: "Everybody's got something to blame, because they don't want to look inside themselves".
Interviewer: "What do you see when you look inside yourself"?
Charles Manson: "Inside myself? I see everything. I see all: I see the good, the bad, the evil. I see the whole thing".
Interviewer: "How much evil is there"?
Charles Manson: "As much as you see".
Interviewer: "What do you see"?
Charles Manson: "All of it. Right down to peaks you haven't touched yet. Dreams you haven't dreamed, and worlds you haven't conquered. The mind is endless. You put me in a dark solitary cell, and to you that's the end. To me, it's the beginning, there's a universe in there. There's a world in there... and I'm free".

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