The psychopathic, American serial killer Charles Manson, who passed away at the age of 83 after a long illness, had some strange final words last year.
A documentary has recently revealed Charles Manson’s last words to the public. The cult leader, responsible for seven deaths in the United States at the end of the 60s, including actress Sharon Tate, Roman Polanski’s wife, made several telephone calls to director Rob Zombie in 2016.
His remarks revealed his narcissistic side, and here is the proof:
‘I’m the most famous human being not only that is alive, but the most famous human being that’s ever lived. And I’m not even dead yet. What do you think is gonna happen when I die?’ A bit creepy.
Especially because of his final, very mysterious sentence.
‘You are for you. I am for me. I’m for Charlie.’ These final words were looked into a bit more closely in the documentary ‘Charles Manson: The Final Words’ which was meant to be released on the American channel REELZ in 2018 but actually aired in 2017.