Helter Skelter

(from the article `Manson, Charles`) American criminal and cult leader whose followers carried out several notorious murders in the late 1960s. Their crimes inspired the best-selling ...
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Helter Skelter

Helter skelter was Second World War London Cockney rhyming slang for an air-raid shelter.
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Helter Skelter

[book] Helter Skelter (1974) is a true crime book by Vincent Bugliosi and Curt Gentry. Bugliosi had served as the prosecutor in the 1970 trial of Charles Manson. The book presents his firsthand account of the cases of Manson, Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel, and other members of the self-described Manson Family. == Description == The book...
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Helter skelter

[ride] A helter skelter is a funfair or amusement park ride with a slide built in a spiral around a high tower. Users climb up inside the tower and slide down the outside, usually on a mat or hessian sack. Typically the ride will be of wooden construction and, in the case of fairground versions, designed to be disassembled to facilitate tra...
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Helter Skelter

[books] Helter Skelter was a bookshop and publisher specialising in rock music, based in Denmark Street, London. The shop was founded by Sean Body in 1995, who specifically chose the location of 4, Denmark Street as it had previously housed Regent Sounds Studios, which had recorded early work by the Rolling Stones. The shop specialised in b...
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