Among the oddities uncovered a well-known researcher was that Charles Lindbergh, who probably faked a transatlantic flight and endured a fake kidnapping that saw a fake-innocent perpetrator fake imprisoned, and who like Neil Armstrong became somewhat of a recluse after his fake accomplishments, was the son of Carl Månsson, who changed the family name to Lindbergh after arrival in the United States from Sweden. Otherwise, we would remember him today as Charles Månsson.
But there is only room in our fake history books for one Charles Manson.
What to say on passing of a lifetime actor? Charles Milles Manson never killed anyone. Even those who think the Tate murders were real acknowledge that. He was short, very, very short, like 5’2″. That is like petite! Whenever he posed for a photo, he bugged his eyes so as to look crazy, as seen here. It was part of his gig.
His “family,” the real one, consisted of three sons, one of whom lived here in Colorado and changed his name to Jay White. He committed suicide in 1993, we are told. That was from a 1956 marriage. He had a another by a 1959 marriage, and yet another by Mary Brunner, one of the “Manson Family” members, that is, the famous ones.
Memorial services are undetermined at this time. Officials don’t know whether to erect a gravestone, or simply put his hand print at Grauman’s Chinese Theater along with 200 other famous actors.
(Yes, I did note that his age on death was 83, or 8+3, or 11. But I am going with real death here. 83 is an age where people often die for real.)