Charles Manson's Hide-Away Gutted in Suspicious Fire
Charles Manson's former remote hide-out has been gutted in a suspicious fire, according to the Death Valley National Park Service. Authorities are not sure whether Barker Ranch, famous for being Manson's last home before he was nabbed by police for the notorious Tate-LaBianca murders, was torched accidentally or if someone maliciously tried to burn down the 70-year old mining cabin.
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#1 May 10, 2009
which one of you mofos burnt down my house
#2 May 10, 2009
Does it matter. This bunch are locked a away and they need to stay locked away. The cabin is gone. So what, who cares? Charlie is not gloing to be needing it again.
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