Charles Manson -- arguably the most notorious convicted murderer of the 20th century -- died in prison Sunday, sparking quite the party on social media.
The news came to most Twitter users as good, with some sharing messages like, "Last November, Fidel Castro died. This November, Charles Manson died. Low-key, November's becoming one of my favorite months." Others took jabs at President Donald Trump, saying things like, "Such a bummer that Charles Manson died before Donald Trump could give him a position at the White House."
Many also tweeted about their disbelief that anyone would use "Charles Manson" and "Rest in Peace" in the same sentence (because some actually did). Comedian Billy Eichner used the murderer's death to mourn the death of his Hulu show, "Difficult People."
Charles Manson just could not live without Difficult People.
Manson was 83 and died of natural causes in Kern County, California. Although he was convicted of nine murders total, resulting in nine consecutive life sentences, Manson was best known for the seven brutal killings collectively referred to as the Tate-LaBianca murders, committed by his loyal followers in August 1969.
Actress Sharon Tate was the most famous of Manson's victims. She was married to film director Roman Polanski, and at the time of her death, she was eight-and-a-half-months pregnant.
Monday morning, the good the bad and the ugly. Good - Charles Manson is dead. Bad - More pedophiles being exposed for grabbing them by p_____y or d__k apparently it doesn't matter. Ugly - Donald Trump is still President. Have a good Monday.
Donald Trump: “RIP Charles Manson. I was gonna pardon him this week in lieu of a turkey. He was always very supportive, and reached out to say he knew what I meant when I said not all Nazis are bad. Very sad.”