In an interview with In Touch, Debra Tate, Sharon Tate’s younger sister, speaks out for the first time about her fears of what will happen after notorious killer Charles Manson’s death.
Debra says that she suspects that in the months after Manson’s death, there will be even more homicides carried out. “I think we could have a murder spree again,” she explains. “I’m very concerned that there could be significant backlash from his passing. He has thousands of followers now, and every one of them is evil.”
Manson, who is now 82, was sentenced to life in prison 46 years ago, but Dary Matera, co-author of Taming the Beast: Charles Manson’s Life Behind Bars, reveals that he has been orchestrating murders from behind bars for years.
“There were at least 30 more murders after Manson went into prison,” Dary says.
And Debra agrees. “I absolutely believe he’s murdered more people than what the public knows. He has a need to kill,” she warns.
“I think he’s criminally crazy,” Debra adds. “The public should be afraid.”
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