New partner in legacy of serial killer Charles Manson

The trial, expected last Friday, for the legacy of serial killer Charles Manson, has been postponed because of the person claiming to be Manson’s son.

Serial Killer Charles Manson died of natural causes in 2017 in prison, after he ordered the death of 7 people, including Polish director Roman Polanski’s pregnant wife, actress Sharon Tate in 1969.

Since then, the trials for Manson’s legacy have been inconclusive. The hearing, which was supposed to be held last Friday, for the transfer of the inheritance to Jason Freeman, who is alleged to be Manson’s grandson, was postponed at the last minute due to new developments. Freeman faced a last-minute petition filed with the court last Thursday as he awaited a judge’s dismissal of allegations by his only rival, Michael Channels, who said he was Manson’s pen pal and left his entire estate to him in 2002. Daniel Arguelles, 62, who claimed that his mother had a one-night stand with Manson in 1959 and subsequently claimed that he was Manson’s biological son, changed the course of the trial. The judge decided to hold the hearing on 20 October due to new developments.


After his mother, who died in 2020, told him in 1981 that he did not know who his father was, Daniel Arguelles tried to find his biological father by sending a DNA sample to the genealogical research company It turned out that there is a 99.99998 percent probability that Michael Brunner and Arguelles, who applied to the court about 3 years ago on the grounds that he was Manson’s son, but refused to be called by the same name as a murderer, had the same father.


Apart from what Manson wore in prison, it is thought that his personal belongings, including notebooks and diaries in which he wrote his songs, were kept in boxes. Many songs written by Manson were performed by The Beach Boys, Marilyn Manson and Guns N’ Roses.

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