Following the death of Charles Manson, many have wondered what would become of the notorious cult leader's estate, and now we finally have the answers.
Manson left everything in his will to his longtime pen pal after famously disinheriting his known children, ex-wives, in-laws, lawyers, friends, inmates, police officers, prison guards, and the State of California.
Manson and his pen pal began sending letters to each other in the late 90s, and would eventually evolve their correspondence into phone calls and the occasional visits.
The pair's close bond would lead to the unknown man inheriting all of Manson's personal belongings, including cash, image rights and clothing in the will he wrote on February 14, 2002, TMZ reports.
The mass murderer also leaves his pen pal his "exclusive music catalog." He most notably wrote a song for the Beach Boys, which the group recorded.
However, another source claims the sole beneficiary of the will isn't an unnamed pen pal, but rather someone we may already know.