Social Mood Conference  |  Socionomics Foundation

November 22, 2017

Charles Manson and the “Manson Family” shocked the world in August 1969 by orchestrating a brutal wave of high-profile murders in Los Angeles. CNN reported that his trial captivated the nation as “Manson and his followers created a circus-like atmosphere in the court with singing, giggling, angry outbursts and even carving X’s in their foreheads.“ His notoriety endured in books, films and even operas and plays. He died this week while serving nine life sentences behind bars.

Is there a connection between social mood and serial killers?

Discover the answer in this classic socionomic chart


 

If you look closely, you can see patterns in social mood that help you predict social behaviors. To learn more about our flagship publication, The Socionomist, Click here >>

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