This auction is for a full signature from deceased California convicted serial killer and American true crime icon Mr. Charles Milles Manson (11/11/1934 – 11/19/2017). Manson's notoriety, intense international media scrutiny, and public fascination has made him a household name worldwide. He was convicted for his role in a series of nine murders that took place on four separation dates in July and August of 1969, the seven most infamous of those murders became known as the "Tate/Labianca Murders." In 1971, after a circus of a trial, he was sentenced to death, which would later be reduced to life imprisonment with the possibility of parole when the death penalty was temporarily abolished in the State of California. What set this case apart from others is its has never been established that Manson actually killed anyone. There have been many cases made to prove factual innocence on behalf of Charles Manson. The case and Manson continue to captivate the public with documentary films and movies, literary works, and sensationalism in pop culture. Manson's autograph continues to be a sought after prize by collectors from all walk's of life. On 11/19/2017 Manson passed away of natural causes. He was 83.
ITEM DESCRIPTION: The signature is on a 8.5"×11" photograph of a train printed on HP Everyday photo paper. The photograph has been folded twice to enable it to fit in a standard #10 mailing envelope. The creases can to be seen the the scan. The signature is in ink, signed, "Charles Milles Manson," with a swastika. Manson has also drawn his "man + sun " symbols with an "=." There is an inscription in the top right-hand corner that has been obscured for privacy. The inscription itself is a little artsy-fartsy, with a few added squiggly lines and a circle. Here is your chance to own a piece of iconic American true crime history. The photograph comes inside a protective magazine sleeve with an acid free board and has been stored flat. Message me with any questions you might have. Thanks for having a look-see.
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