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Charles Manson's false TEETH headed to haunted museum

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  • Travel Channel star Zack Bagans purchased a plethora of Charles Manson's items after he died on November 19 including a set of dentures
  • The two had been pen pals so Bagan's believes that the teeth are authentic, according to TMZ
  • Included were a letter from Manson asking for the teeth back and a pentagram necklace made from toilet paper and underwear

 

Some of the personal effects of the murderous Charles Manson will be headed to the Haunted Museum in Las Vegas. 

Travel Channel star Zack Bagans purchased a plethora of Manson's items after he died on November 19 including a set of dentures.

The two had been pen pals so Bagan's believes that the teeth are authentic, according to TMZ.

 
Travel Channel star Zack Bagans (pictured) purchased a plethora of Charles Manson's items after he died on November 19 including a set of denturesTravel Channel star Zack Bagans purchased a plethora of Charles Manson's (pictured) items after he died on November 19 including a set of dentures
 

Travel Channel star Zack Bagans (left) purchased a plethora of Charles Manson's (right) items after he died on November 19 including a set of dentures

 

The two had been pen pals while Manson was incarcerated (pictured) so Bagan's believes that the teeth are authentic, according to TMZ

 
A pentagram necklace made from toilet paper and underwear are also included in the buy for Bagans

A pentagram necklace made from toilet paper and underwear are also included in the buy for Bagans

Bagans added that he even had  a picture of the teeth signed by Manson and could verify the handwriting since he claimed to be familiar. 

The Ghost Adventures star claims that the teeth were stolen by another inmate when Manson was in the shower. 

 

When he got out, he sent them to Manson's friend who then teased the murderer by sending him a photo of the teeth. 

 
Bagans added that he even had a picture of the teeth signed by Manson and could verify the handwriting since he claimed to be familiar

Bagans added that he even had a picture of the teeth signed by Manson and could verify the handwriting since he claimed to be familiar

 

The letter, along with the necklace are among the different trinkets that Manson had while at Corcoran State Prison that Bagans now owns

 
All will be added to Manson's section within the museum

All will be added to Manson's section within the museum

Manson begged for them to be returned but the friend refused.

The letter, along with a pentagram necklace made from toilet paper and underwear are among the different trinkets that Manson had while at Corcoran State Prison. 

All will be added to Manson's section within the museum. 

 
Manson died last Sunday at the age of 83 and had stated in the will that he disinherited his two known children, grandchildren, friends, other family and the state of California

Manson died last Sunday at the age of 83 and had stated in the will that he disinherited his two known children, grandchildren, friends, other family and the state of California

Manson died last Sunday at the age of 83 and had stated in the will that he disinherited his two known children, grandchildren, friends, other family and the state of California.

Manson wrote in the will that his wishes for his death had been stated to the pen pal, though six days after he passed away his body is still with the state of California.

If it is not claimed after 10 days he will be cremated by the state. Later in the will, Manson noted: 'I'm not in the best spot to rest in peace.'

Manson was making money of his likeness while in prison, with a New York Times article revealing back in 1993 that the man who convinced his followers to embark on a two-night murder spree that left Sharon Tate and others dead was getting 10 cents for every $17 shirt one surf shop was selling in California.

The shirts showed Manson's face on the front and said 'Charlie don't surf' on the back.

Manson also owned the rights to his music, though it is unclear if that 'exclusive catalogue' includes the Beach Boys song 'Never Learn Not to Love,' on which he was an uncredited writer. 

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