Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme
- How she joined the cult: Lynette first met Manson in 1967 in Venice Beach, CA. Drawn to Manson's philosophies, she decided to travel with him and other family members, Mary Brunner and Susan Atkins. She lived with the family at the Spahn Ranch, and was given the nickname "Squeaky" from the ranch's owner, George Spahn, for making a squeaking noise when he touched her.
- Which crimes she committed: Though Lynette wasn't involved in any of the Manson family murders, she was convicted of attempting to prevent her family members from testifying and contempt of court for refusing to testify.
- What her sentence was: In 1975, Lynette attempted to assassinate President Ford and was sentenced to life in prison. In 1987, she managed to escape a federal prison in West Virginia, but was arrested two days later. In August 2009, she was released on parole at age 60.