Debra said that despite the heinous crimes he committed, she never wished him ill.
"I said a prayer for his soul," she told the magazine. "Each one of these people and myself now have are spirits or our wills are slightly entangled," she added, referring to Manson and his "family."
She believes that God will dole out the appropriate punishment for Manson and his followers' souls, but when they were in prison, she ensured they never got out.
"These are sociopaths,” she says. “They’re no less violent today then they were then."
Manson's health had been steadily deteriorating since the beginning of year. He was hospitalized back in January for severe gastrointestinal bleeding, and was scheduled to undergo surgery, but he was deemed too fragile for the procedure and sent back to prison.
Manson was once again rushed to a hospital in Bakersfield, California last week, and at the time a source told TMZ that "it's just a matter of time." His condition was steadily deteriorating, and at 8:13 pm on Sunday he was confirmed dead.