Charles Manson

One of the world’s most notorious serial killers, Charles Manson, died on 19th November, after a long battle with colon cancer, an illness which eventually caused the victim a cardiac arrest and a respiratory failure, highlights his death certificate.

Charles Manson died on 19th November in a Californian hospital at the age of 83.

At that time, it was reported that he died from natural causes, but his death certificate published by TMZ, a cardiac arrest, accompanied by a respiratory failure and colon cancer were the real causes of Manson’s death.

According to the Associated Press, Charles Manson’s body was not even buried yet because his relatives are still disputing over his fortune.

So far, three parties claim they have the right of inheriting the killer’s properties, including a man who claims to be Manson’s nephew.

In the 1960’s, Charles Manson set up a religious cult, formed of former convicts and heretics, who call themselves The Manson Family.

During the summer of 1969, he asked one of his followers to kill seven people.

The American prosecutors have said that all these crimes were committed with the ultimate goal of starting a “racial war” in the United States.

Several members of the cult killed Sharon Tate on the morning of 9 August, 1969.

Sharon Tate was pregnant in eight and a half months, was the wife of director Roman Polanski.

The followers of the cult killed other four other people in that same day.