Personal items of Charles Manson on display at Zak Bagan's museum

Notorious killer Charles Manson died on Sunday at the age of 83.

Manson was the leader of a murderous cult in the 1960s that was responsible for the deaths of 7 people, including actress Sharon Tate, in California.

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Manson was sentenced to 9 life terms and was denied parole 12 times before he died of natural causes.

Zak Bagan's Haunted Museum is home to several of Manson's personal effects. The collection includes a television set from his prison cell, artwork that Manson created in prison, letters, a lock of hair and a set of dentures. 

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In addition, Bagans is in the process of shooting a television series featuring Manson's biological grandson, Jason Freeman. 

An interview with Freeman is featured in the below clip (towards the end)

Deadly Possessions - Bela Lugosi's Mirror : Charles Manson's TV from Matt Silna on Vimeo.

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