On Sunday the 19th of November, mass murderer Charles Manson passed away at the age of 83 years old. His death comes after 46 years spent in prison.
Manson was rushed to a hospital in California on the 12th of November, but his condition only worsened.
“It’s not going to get any better for him,” a source said shortly before his death, explaining that the inmate had undergone various procedures. “It’s just a matter of time,” he added.
The medical situation for the cult leader seemed beyond repair after he was sent to the hospital for internal bleeding in January. He required surgery to repair a lesion in his intestines, but doctors said he was too weak to operate on, so he was sent back to prison until last Sunday, when his condition started deteriorating again and he was re-admitted to the hospital.