Member of Charles Manson’s murderous cult, 81, has parole hearing postponed after he appeared in podcast called ‘The Lighter Side of Serial Killers’: Serving life for his role in killing musician, 34, and Hollywood stuntman, 35, in 1969

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A member of Charles Manson’s murderous cult has had his parole hearing postponed after he appeared on a true crime podcast.

Bruce Davis, 81, has been serving life in prison since 1972 for his role in the murders of musician Gary Hinman, 34, and Hollywood stuntman Donald ‘Shorty’ Shea, 35.

He appeared on the The Lighter Side of Serial Killers podcast after giving two phone interviews in February and April 2023 about his Christian faith and upcoming book which he is writing in prison.

Davis even wrote a Christmas card to host Keith Rovere, who is a former prison chaplain, where he expressed his excitement for his upcoming parole hearing on January 18.

But this was postponed to August 8 after his podcast appearance as parole commissioners voiced concerns, according to him.

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