'Charlie will be given a headstone, a proper burial where people will be able to grieve, or deface it as they see fit.'The pen pal, who did not want to be named, said that he began writing Manson in the 90s and finally got a letter back in 1997 from the cult leader.
Fives years later he finally visited the man in prison, and that meeting went over so well it seems that Manson drafted the will, which is dated 2002 and remains largely unchanged since that date.
A battle has erupted over the control of Charles Manson's estate after the infamous cult leader left it to a pen pal and disinherited his family and friends.
On Friday, two unverified wills surfaced with each naming a different person to inherit the killer's estate.
Later in the will, Manson noted: 'I'm not in the best spot to rest in peace.'Manson was making money of his likeness while in prison, with a New York Times article revealing back in 1993 that the man who convinced his followers to embark on a two-night murder spree that left Sharon Tate and others dead was getting 10 cents for every shirt one surf shop was selling in California.
The shirts showed Manson's face on the front and said 'Charlie don't surf' on the back.
It is not known if he is still alive or his whereabouts.
Manson also owned the rights to his music, though it is unclear if that 'exclusive catalogue' includes the Beach Boys song 'Never Learn Not to Love,' on which he was an uncredited writer.
Manson during his 1970 trial on murder charges (above)He wrote in the will that there are over 100 songs total he owns the rights to, though he did not name any of them in the document.
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