Al Wiman is an American reporter. He has worked at KSDK-TV and KMOV-TV in Saint Louis, Missouri. He also has served with radio and television stations in Los Angeles and Tallahassee, Florida. Wiman’s career honors and awards include three Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and two Golden Globe awards from the Southern California Radio/TV News Association.
Wiman is perhaps best known for his reports on the Charles Manson murders. Wiman and his television crew discovered the bloody clothes discarded by the killers on a hillside in Beverly Hills. As a result Wiman was referenced in Helter Skelter and was portrayed in the television film based on the case.
While Al was working at radio station KFWB, Hollywood, CA, he narrated "THE BEATLES' STORY" album for Capitol Records. It was released November 23, 1964.
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