Published On: Tue, Nov 18th,

USA: Charles Manson Serial killer Will Marry in Prison


The murderer Charles Manson guru, imprisoned for over forty years for a series of crimes including the murder of Sharon Tate, who was the wife of director Roman Polanski, will marry in prison with a young woman.

“He obtained a marriage license,” said AFP Monday a spokesman for the administration of prisons in California (CDCR), adding that the date of the ceremony was not yet fixed.

According to the Kings County website, where the Corcoran prison where he is held, 300 kilometers northwest of Los Angeles, the application for a marriage license on November 7 and the future wife of Mr. Manson, 80 years old, is called Afton Elaine Burton.

According to the American press, it is a young woman of 26 years in fine soft face who discovered the “philosophy” of Mr. Manson when she was a teenager and moved to Corcoran to be able to visit him.

The young woman, who is now called “Star”, told CNN in August that it is already regarded as his wife.

“I’m totally with him, and he is totally with me. I was born to it, you know? “She had then told the news channel.
The psychopath has already been married twice, to Rosalie Jean Willis (1955-1958) and Candy Stevens (1959-1963).

The sponsor of the death of actress Sharon Tate, when she was eight months pregnant and a half, had yet another request for early in 2012, which was denied release.

The murderer swastika tattooed on his forehead to wait in 2027 before reapplying. Charles Manson was sentenced to death with four of his disciples in August 1969 for the death of 7 people. Their sentences were later commuted to life imprisonment.

It was formed in the 60s in the California desert, a community, the Manson Family, thought he was the reincarnation of Christ and had fomented a series of murders to provoke the emergence of a struggle between whites and blacks which he thought the first would emerge victorious.

Among his other followers, Leslie Van Houten was denied a parole application – 19 – in July 2010, and Susan Atkins died in prison in September 2009 of cancer.