On October 7, 1968, Susan Atkins gave birth to a son while residing at the Spahn Ranch with the Manson Family. She gave her son the name Zezozose Zadfrack Glutz.
After Atkins was convicted of the murders, her parental rights were terminated, and no one in her family assumed responsibility for the child. Consequently, her son was adopted and received a different name when she was incarcerated in 1969. Susan Atkins had no further contact with her son.
The name Zezozose Zadfrack Glutz was bestowed upon the child by Charles Manson. This name is a combination of nonsensical words and sounds, and Manson’s intentions behind it remain unclear, likely carrying symbolic meaning.
The adoptive parents of the child have never publicly discussed him, and his identity remains unknown. He has also never publicly acknowledged his relationship to Susan Atkins.
It’s possible that the child is aware of his biological mother, but there’s also a possibility that he is not. If he does have knowledge of her, he may have chosen to keep their relationship a private matter.
His mother, Susan Denise Atkins, was a murderer who served time in prison in the United States and was a part of Charles Manson’s “Family”.Within the Manson family, she was referred to as Sexy Sadie or Sadie Mae Glutz.
For her involvement in eight of these deaths, including the most infamous, the Tate murders in 1969, Atkins was found guilty. When the California Supreme Court overturned all death sentences handed down before 1972, her death sentence was later reduced to life in prison.
1948 saw the birth of Atkins in San Gabriel, California. She had a difficult childhood and experienced stepfather sexual abuse. She quit high school and started working as a prostitute. She met Charles Manson in 1967 and became a member of his “Family”.
Atkins and other Family members murdered five people in August 1969 at Sharon Tate, Roman Polanski’s wife,’s residence. Atkins daubed “Pig” in blood over the house’s front door. Atkins and other Family members killed Leno and Rosemary LaBianca the next day.
When Atkins was detained in November 1969, she admitted to taking part in the killings. She was found guilty of murder and given the death penalty. Later, her sentence was changed to life in prison.