From the Philadelphia Inquirer, March 23, 1986:
Vt. Town Fears Move there by Manson Cultist
United Press International
ST. GEORGE, Vt.—Sandra Good, who cut a cross in her forehead to show her allegiance to convicted killer Charles Manson, has moved to town, much to the displeasure of some of the 600 residents.
"I'm really torn," said David Enman, chairman of the town's selectmen. ''She has a right to live anywhere she wants, but she was part of the Manson clan and could be a danger to all of us."
Good, 41, was a Manson "nun" along with ex-roommate Lynnette "Squeaky" Fromme, who is in jail for trying to assassinate former President Gerald R. Ford.
Manson is serving a life sentence in a California jail for the 1969 murders of actress Sharon Tate and nine other people. Good was not involved in the killings.
Good was paroled Dec. 2 from the Federal Correctional Institution in Alderson, W. Va., after serving 10 years of a 15-year sentence for threatening 171 corporate officials in telephone calls.
"I'm worried about her past as a member of the Manson clan," said Enman. "What if she snaps one night and starts killing all her neighbors?"
Another resident, Anne Voorheis, said federal parole officials did not notify anyone in the town of Good's presence. "She came to the town a few weeks ago, and nobody's seen her."
An avid environmentalist, Good immediately went to Vermont upon leaving jail and settled in Burlington until moving to St. George.
Charles Bristow, the state public safety commissioner, said federal parole authorities gave the state no indication of Good's movements. "The feds didn't tell us," he said. "Let's just say I would have preferred to have been notified."