Ivor Davis Releases a Non-Fiction Book


(Ojai, CA) Ivor Davis, is a U.S.A. based, foreign correspondent.  His country of origin is the United Kingdom.  Throughout his more than 50 year career as an investigative reporter and writer; he has written for the following.  The London Daily Express, The Times of London, the New York Times Syndicate and the Los Angeles Magazine are the newspapers and magazine; which Mr. Davis has written for.  Five to Die:  The Book that Helped Convict Manson, The Beatles and Me on Tour and Ladies and Gentlemen…The Penguins! are three books; which have been written by Mr. Davis.  Coincidentally, he was also there in the Los Angeles area, when Charles Manson initiated his killing spree.  In fact, he considers himself to be an eyewitness, of Charles Manson.  His involvement covering Charles Manson began in August of the year 1969, when the Tate murders were discovered.  Recently, Ivor Davis announced that, he still considers himself to be an eyewitness of Charles Manson.  Specifically, the aforementioned author revealed that, he has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, Manson Exposed:  A Reporter’s 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder.  In, Manson Exposed:  A Reporter’s 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder, Mr. Davis attempts to argue that the prosecution’s case was incorrect. 
            The prosecution’s case that is incorrect, as argued by Ivor Davis, is how Charles Manson was convicted of leading a family of killers.  The latter is argued in, Manson Exposed:  A Reporter’s 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder.  Additionally, it highlights a fascinating aspect of the prosecution’s case.  The fascinating part is that, the songs of The Beatles inspired, The Manson Family Murders.  The argument against this theory, and according to Ivor Davis, is the truth.  Songs from The Beatles like; Helter Skelter, Piggies, Blackbird and Revolution did not inspire the murders.  However and returning to, Mr. Davis’s non-fiction book, the aforementioned is more of a memoir.  However, it is infused with a little bit, of true crime thriller.  Specifically, it is based on published and unpublished interviews, which have been collected throughout several decades.  Coincidentally, even though he argues against the Los Angeles District Attorney’s case, he is hated by The Manson Family.  In fact, Ivor Davis reveals that, he has received several death threats, from the members and several other people. 
            Continuing with, Mason Exposed:  A Reporter’s 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder, the aforementioned is set apart by the following principal details.  To start, Ivor Davis wants people to know that, everything is based on 50 years of investigative reporting and exclusive interviews.  In reference to the principal details, the principal details are five important revelations.  Additionally, the five important revelations are as follows.  The first revelation, is that songs from The Beatles, or, the Helter Skelter theory is incorrect.  Instead, Ivor Davis presents his theory, or, the real reason Charles Manson led a group of followers to murder Sharon Tate and six other people.  The second revelation, is that famed movie director Roman Polanski went rogue after his wife was killed by, The Manson Family.  Ivor Davis reveals why he did that, and, the effort to find the killers.  The third revelation, is that there was a party that was planned to happen at the Cielo Drive home.  The latter, is the site of murders.  However and this night, several people including “Hollywood Stars,” didn’t show up.  Ivor Davis reveals who these stars are; their personal stories, and, why they didn’t go to the party.  The fourth revelation, is that Charles Manson had a death list.  Ivor Davis separates the truth from the fiction, about Manson’s death list.  Finally the fifth revelation, is that The Beatles knew about Charles Manson.  Ivor Davis reveals what The Beatles thought about, “Crazy Charlie.”
            To end and as previously stated, Ivor Davis recently announced that, he still considers himself to be an eyewitness of Charles Manson.  Specifically, the aforementioned author revealed that, he has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, Manson Exposed:  A Reporter’s 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder.  In, Manson Exposed:  A Reporter’s 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder, Mr. Davis attempts to argue that the prosecution’s case was incorrect.  Lastly, Ivor Davis is considered to be one of the U.S.A.’s foremost experts, on The Manson Family Murders. 

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