One of crazed slay mastermind CHARLES MANSONs cult of grisly "Helter Skelter" killers, PATRICIA KRENWINKEL, has been denied parole by California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Krenwinkel, now 63, who joined Manson’s clan back in the 1960s isn’t getting out of the slammer any time soon after being denied parole again.
Krenwinkel was convicted in 1969 on seven counts of first-degree murder for her role in the Tate-LaBianca Murders that panicked the LA area at the height of the hippie era.
Among Krenwinkel’s victims with actress Sharon Tate who was married to director Roman Polanski.
Tate, who was eight months pregnant, was stabbed repeatedly 16 times and then hung and amidst the carnage were the words "Helter Skelter" scrawled in blood .
Krenwinkel’s parole hearing was held at the women’s state prison in Corona, where she is serving a life sentence.
It was Krenwinkel’s 13th attempt to gain release before the Board of Parole Hearings.
According to the Department of Corrections, she’ll be eligible again in seven years when the Manson gal pal is 70.