It's hard to tell.
What we do know is that 26-year-old "Star" Afton Elaine Burton, who reportedly has been seeing Manson for nine years, obtained a marriage license in Kings County, California on November 7th.
Burton and Manson have 90 days to decide whether they will indeed tie the proverbial nuptial knot.
Manson's Helter Skelter Holocaust Theory
You may recall that Manson received a death penalty verdict back in 1971 for the 1969 murder of Sharon Tate. Authorities also charged him with the deaths of four guests at his home and the murder of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca.
Manson continues to live because the California Supreme Court lead by Rose Bird, "Rosy and the Supremes", outlawed the death penalty in 1972.
Before the Manson murders occurred, Charles Manson believed that an apocalyptic war would ensue due to racial tensions in the U.S. between blacks and whites.
According to Manson's idea, members of his makeshift family would live in a city beneath Death Valley and emerge at the end of the holocaust blacks would wage on whites. Manson and his followers, or so he thought, would then emerge as post-apocalyptic leaders to rule over African-Americans living in the U.S.