Atkins, Susan (1948- ) to Kregg Sanders
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Atkins writes to Sanders from prison while serving time for her part in the Tate-LaBianca murders committed while a member of the Manson family. Atkins thanks Sanders for the story of his adventure getting her book, considering it "one of those cool drinks of water that refreshes my soul." She talks about her book (Child of Satan, Child of God), food, the book Helter Skelter and computers. Written on a single length of thermal "fax" paper.
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