Charles Manson left his estate to a pen pal... and what the murderer left behind may actually be valuable. The pen pal -- he asked us not to use his name -- began writing Manson in the '90s and the 2 exchanged letters and phone calls for 2…
Charles Manson has a next of kin willing to claim his body, but grandson Jason Freeman might not be able to get to California from Ohio in time. GoFundMe pulled the plug on a fundraising site set up to help him with travel and burial expenses Thursday after $979 had...
pic.twitter.com/dFq9V6ITm3 — Gourmet Hot Takes (@NuclearTakes) November 22, 2017 I believe pretty much any study of Charles Manson will reveal that his commitment to economic and racial egalitarianism was topped only by his opposition to authoritarianism. Share
Charles Manson's dead body can rot in prison... at least as far as GoFundMe is concerned. The fundraising site shutdown an effort to pay for the murderer's funeral expenses. As TMZ reported, John Michael Jones used GoFundMe to pay for Manson's…
Right now the body of Charles Manson, who died at the age of 83, is in a freezer at a coroner’s office in California because his next-of-kin doesn’t have the
Charles Manson's grandson isn't giving up his plan to claim and bury the mass murderer, even after GoFundMe pulled the plug on his fundraising website Thursday. Read more...
By Tanya D. Marsh, Professor of Law, Wake Forest University. A tangle of rules govern what to do when a California inmate dies. AP Photo Charles Manson, the wild-eyed cult leader who claimed inspiration for an apocalyptic race war from the Beatles’ “White Album,” died in Kern County, California, on...
Some dude has started a GoFundMe account to pay for Charles Manson's funeral expenses... and some people actually bit. We don't know who the guy is, but he's raised $949. He tells a sob story to get some measure of sympathy and shockingly,…
Donald Trump Jr., the president’s son, is taking exception to an article published in Newsweek magazine that claims that his dad and murderer Charles Manson used similar language to attract followers. On Twitter today, Trump Jr. says...Show More Summary
MONSTER FROM THE ID: In “Charles Manson’s Race War Fever-Dream,” Henry Allen of the Weekly Standard is “Remembering what it was like when Southern California went mad.” There’s a banality here: The agent could have been anyone, when you consider that Manson was a 5-feet-2, semi-literate jail-raped punk still dreaming of becoming a rock star […]
Following cult leader Charles Manson’s orders, four members of the Manson family committed their most notorious and brutal crime on August 9, 1969. In an attempt to ignite a race war, loyal Manson followers Tex Watson, Patricia Krenwinkel, Susan Atkis and Linda Kasabin showed up at the Los Angeles home of actress Sharon Tate. Dressed Read More
Larry Brand, writer of the new Charles Manson podcast "Young Charlie," talks about Manson's life and legacy in the wake of his death.
Twitter made themselves look a fool by confusing Maryiln Manson with mass murderer Charles Manson.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Charles Manson's death came with a string of unanswered questions, from whether the notorious cult leader left a will to what, if any, possessions he left behind. The convicted killer, 83, who once aspired to musical fame and dabbled in art, died Sunday after spending nearly half a century in prison.
To learn more about Charles Manson, watch Investigation Discovery’s "Manson: The Prison Tapes" on ID GO now! The post “Gone In The Sky But The Dead Never Die”: Charles Manson’s Last Words appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Charles Manson may have been known as a sociopathic mass murderer who took the lives of innocent people for pleasure, but in a new clip, REELZ seeks to uncover the truth behind his bizarre cult following and overpowering leadership. “He very quickly started to collect his own followers using his bizarre philosophical beliefs,” says Melissa Read More
He helped police find key evidence.
President Trump can’t be blamed for Charles Manson’s crimes or death, so Newsweek took a new tack, writing an article that said Manson lured his supporters through the same techniques the president uses to attract his. Manson, who died Monday morning in prison in California, where he has been since 1969 for orchestrating the brutal […]
Excitement has been building for Quentin Tarantino’s new movie for months. While initial rumors pointed to the Manson Family murders as a potential point of focus for Tarantino’s film, he later clarified, “It’s not Charles Manson, It’s 1969.” Recently, Vanity Fair got a source to go on record to add further clarify to the project, stating that the […]
This article originally appeared in Vulture. Charles Manson, the man who convinced his followers to commit a notoriously brutal spree of murders in 1969, has died. But as far as pop culture is concerned, Charles Manson is alive and well. In...Show More Summary