My comments concern the portion of this report in which it's stated that Charles Manson "once gave an old panel truck, faded blue or green, to the W.K.F.L. religious order, Box Canyon, Chatsworth. This truck was obtained at an unknown location. Manson traded this truck to the cult so that some of the females at Spahn Ranch would have some place to live."
I can confirm, based upon my own research, that Manson did indeed give a truck to one of the families that comprised the Fountain of the World in the latter 1960s. I'm still trying to confirm whether the description of the truck (e.g., color, etc.) is accurate.
However, the statement that "Manson traded this truck to the cult so that some of the females at Spahn Ranch would have some place to live" appears to be a product of Brooks Poston's conjecture. Specifically, until it was discovered that the Family was prone to stealing cars and stockpiling weapons, they were as welcome at the Fountain as was anyone else - free of charge. (After these discoveries were made, the Family was banished completely from the Fountain.) Such a trade would have been entirely unnecessary. Instead, Davis and LeBlanc stated in 5 to Die, "On several occasions Manson had said that he wanted to move in and run the Fountain of the World." Accordingly, it's more likely that the gift of the truck was what Paul Watkins described as "cultivat[ing] a religious order just over the hill from Spahn’s called The Fountain of the World."
For a complete copy of the report, see http://truthontatelabianca.com/