The following year, President Ford escaped two assassination attempts just days apart. On September 5, 1975, a Charles Manson follower named "Squeaky" Fromme (above) tried to shoot Ford as he walked across the State Capitol grounds in Sacramento, California. However, Fromme was wrestled to the ground by a Secret Service agent before she could fire her gun. On September 22, FBI informant Sara Jane Moore fired two shots at Ford as he emerged from a San Francisco hotel after giving a speech. The first bullet narrowly missed the 38th president, while the second went wide. A police officer tackled Moore before she could fire again.