On Sunday, Nov. 19, mass murderer and cult leader Charles Manson passed away from natural causes at the age of 83. Now, questions surrounding his last days remain — like what his final moments were like.
According to RadarOnline, Manson reportedly planned to "take revenge from the grave, using voodoo potions to turn himself into a zombie and hunt down the targets who escaped him." Retired Los Angeles prosecuter Stephen Kay added that he was "obsessed" with black magic. "He was making little dolls, like voodoo dolls, of people," he revealed. "And he would stick needles in them, hoping to injure the live person the doll was fashion after. He said his main activity was making those dolls."
Charles Manson poses for a photo on Mar. 18, 2009 at Corcoran State Prison. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
He also reportedly schemed to have a child with his fiancé, Afton "Star" Burton, using his sperm. Unfortunately for Manson, a prison insider told The Globe earlier this year, "No matter what happens to Manson, none of his family are getting access to his DNA... tissues, or any fluids at all."
Manson was convicted of masterminding the August 1969 murders of seven people across Los Angeles, including pregnant actress Sharon Tate. He was serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole prior to his death.
"He would babble about continuing his 'work' after he was dead," another insider dished to The Globe. "He was hell-bent on seeking vengeance against all those who thwarted him."
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