Notorious Murderer Charles Manson Dies

Posted on December 21, 2017 by

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Charles Manson was born on 12 November 1934. Mason was an American cult leader whose followers were mass murders in the 1960s.

Manson’s leaders were called The Manson Family. The Manson Family, including Charles himself, was a group of approximately 100 followers who shared his passion for an unconventional lifestyle and habitual use of hallucinogenic drugs. They carried out 35 killings.

Charles Manson ended up dying at the age of 83 in a hospital in Kern County, which is north of Los Angeles. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation announced his death during a news release. Manson was hospitalized in January for intestinal bleeding, but he ended up being too frail to undergo surgery.

Before Manson became a famous criminal, he was actually a failed musician. While in jail, he had learned to play the guitar and planned on making a career out of it. Manson was compared to Frankie Laine, who was a coroner who became popular during the 1940s.

Then, in the 1960s, The Manson family, a group of murders in California, came to attention. The most known victim of the Manson Family was Sharon Tate. Sharon Tate was an actress who married Roman Polanski, a film director. Tate was eight and a half months pregnant when she was killed in her home along with four other people in Benedict Canyon.

Since Tate’s death, The Manson Family has developed a dark and scary pasona in the eyes of the public. The Manson Family then all got together and decided to move to Death Valley. Death Valley would give them the protection they needed in order to keep the family alive and the murders going.

Most of Manson’s followers are now dead. Even though Charles Manson is no longer here, he will always be remembered as one of the most notorious murderers in American history.

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