BREAKING NEWS About Charles Manson After He Just DIED… WHOA- Look What’s Happening NOW!


Charles Manson, the 1960s cult leader who orchestrated a series of high profile murders is dead and is currently in hell.


Even though Manson has spent decades in prison, he does have possessions and apparently he left a will.

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Two people have claimed deceased cult leader Charles Manson left his entire estate to them – separately, Fox News reported.


TMZ reported a man who started writing to the hippie cult leader in the 1990’s was given a will by Manson. The man, who asked not to be identified, showed TMZ the handwritten and typed will.

The will, dated from Feb. 14, 2002, gave the pen pal all of Manson’s possessions, including money, clothing and image rights. Manson also left his “exclusive music catalog” to the pen pal.


The will — dated February 14, 2002 — leaves all of Manson’s personal belongings, including cash, image rights and clothing to Manson’s pen pal. More significantly, Manson leaves his “exclusive music catalog” to the guy. Manson fancied himself as a songwriter and even wrote a Beach Boys song the group recorded.

The will says Manson’s body should be turned over to his pen pal. He says he will claim the body, but as we reported, if he doesn’t do it within 10 days of Manson’s death, the prison will cremate him.

Manson specifically disinherited his known children, ex-wives, in-laws, lawyers, friends, prisoners, inmates, cops, guards, and the State of California.

The man tells us he began writing Manson in the ’90s out of curiosity, and after more than 50 letters with no reply … Manson finally wrote back in 1997. He claims the 2 struck up a friendship through letters and eventually phone calls, and he met Manson in person for the first time in 2002 … the same year Manson drafted the will.

He claims he visited with Manson several times after that and got his last phone call from him on October 21 … just weeks before his death.
The 2002 will includes a handwritten note from Manson, saying … “I’m not in the best spot to rest in peace” along with his signature. We’re told the witness signature is that of a fellow inmate.

Meanwhile, the Daily News reported Matthew Roberts was also given a will by Ben Gurecki, a friend of Manson, giving him the rights to his estate. Gurecki said he was given the will by Manson in January 2017.

Roberts, 49, of Los Angeles, is musician who looks shockingly like Manson and was adopted as an infant. When he found his birth mother in 1998, she told him Manson was his father, according to CNN.

Scary stuff right there!

“I can assure you Matthew will be handling this,” Gurecki said. He said Roberts and him will be going to the prison to bury Manson.

“Matthew and I will be there next week in person,” he said. “Charlie will be given a headstone, a proper burial where people will be able to grieve, or deface it as they see fit.”

Manson died Sunday at age 83 due to natural causes. The notorious cult leader was sentenced to life in prison after he ordered his followers, the Manson Family, to kill some of L.A.’s rich and famous in what prosecutors said was a bid to trigger a race war. Pregnant actress Sharon Tate and coffee heiress Abigail Folger were among those killed in 1969.

Three months later, Manson was arrested and became the country’s personification of evil.

After a trial that lasted nearly a year, Manson and three followers — Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten — were found guilty of murder and sentenced to death. Another defendant, Charles “Tex” Watson was convicted later. All were spared execution and given life sentences after the California Supreme Court struck down the death penalty in 1972.

Rot in hell you evil bastard.



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