Zak Bagans, host of Ghost Adventures, acquired Charles Manson’s bone fragments and other items of “interest” related to the notorious cult leader. These items will be displayed in his Haunted Museum in Las Vegas, which will go nicely with Manson’s teeth and two paintings, one painted by Manson and that he allegedly took a piss on, and the other created using his ashes, that are already on display there.
Like I said, creepy. But wait, it gets worse.
Bagans latest acquisition, in addition to Manson’s bone fragments, also counts among the “treasures” the hospital gown Manson died in, complete with body fluid stains, the coroner’s toe tag, and the sheet (also stained) that covered Manson’s body in the morgue.
According to Newsweek…
Bagans said the latest objects, were given to him by Jason Freeman, Manson’s grandson. Along with the bone fragments, which Freeman scraped out of the incinerator which cremated Manson.
Freeman donated the items to Bagan’s museum because of discomfort they brought him. The grandson alleged they caused paranormal activity in his home, including odd sounds and a call from his home phone one day while no one was home.
As you may or may not recall, Bagans’ Haunted Mansion was where Post Malone interacted with the Dybbuk Box, known as the most haunted object in the world and inspiration for the film The Possession, and then nearly died when his private plane’s tires blew out during takeoff.
TMZ also reports that Bagans acquired the electrodes taken off Manson’s body after he died, along with his hospital bracelet.
“This is probably the most powerful possession I now own at my museum,” Bagans told TMZ.
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This post was written by Nadia Vella