Charles Manson, leader of murderous ’60s cult, dead at 83

Charles Milles Manson, Popularly known as Charles Manson. He was an American criminal and cult leader who formed what became known as the Manson Family. His followers committed a series of nine murders at four locations in July and August 1969. This incident that terrorized Los Angeles and shocked the whole nation died at the age of 83 on  Sunday due to natural cause.

Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation of California announced the death news of Charles Milles Manson in a press release. Due to federal and state privacy regulations, no proper cause was given to the media of death. Due to intestinal bleeding, he was hospitalized for early January.

Charles was a habitual and treacherous criminal, a filed musician, before coming to the eye of media. He comes to the attention in the late 1960s as the wild-eyed leader of the Manson family. Charles followers and himself killed nine people in a series within in two consecutive days. He was Known in particular for the seven brutal killings collectively called the Tate-LaBianca murders.

The famous actress and model of those days named Sharon Marie Tate Polanski were the victimised by the Charles. She was the wife of famous French-Polish film director Rajmund Roman Thierry Polański, That time  Sharon was pregnant of Eight and a half month.

After creating a dark side and a fear the Manson family has occupied a new American culture. It has inspired, among other things, pop songs, an opera, films, a host of internet fan sites, T-shirts, children’s wear.That time half of the Pop song stages were named as rock musician Marilyn Manson.

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