Charles Manson Dead at 83

Swastika-headed Charles Manson, the cult leader who infamously orchestrated the deaths of 8-month pregnant Sharon Tate and others, has died.

In January, sources say Manson had been taken from prison to a hospital because he was seriously ill. Not just in the head this time. A California Department of Corrections of Rehabilitation spokesman said at the time they couldn’t divulge any information for “safety and security reasons.”

In mid-November, Manson was taken to a Bakersfield hospital where sources said “it’s just a matter of time.” And they were right.

The California Department of Corrections released a statement reading, “Inmate Charles Manson, 83, died of natural causes at 8:13 p.m. on Sunday, November 19, 2017, at a Kern County hospital.”

Manson died of natural causes which just shows how wacky the universe is.

Manson and his creepy murder-family killed Sharon Tate and six others over two nights in LA in August 1969. Tate was the wife of Roman Polanski who would later have his own trouble with the law (he raped a kid and fled the country).

Since being convicted, Manson, 82, had spent the past 45 years in prison. He’d been denied parole 12 times. His next chance for parole would have been in 2027 when he was 92.

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Nate Fanfare
6 years ago

He’s successfully completed the first of his9 life sentences.

6 years ago

I detest that this murderous vermin is getting nice things said about him. He was a murderer who should have been killed via the death sentence over 40 years ago.