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Does Charles Manson have any children?

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While it is fairly certain that Charles Manson has children, the precise number is unknown, with conservative estimates counting three. These are Charles M. Manson Jr, Charles Luther Manson and Michael Brunner.

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Charles M. Manson Jr. was born in 1956 to Rosalie Jean Willis, and he committed suicide in 1993. Charles Luther Manson was born April 10, 1963 to Leona Rae "Candy" Stevens. Both Willis and Stevens were married to Manson.

Michael Brunner was born April 1, 1968 to Mary Brunner, the first member of Manson's notorious cult, "The Family." It is possible that Manson fathered four other children within that cult.

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