Love Is Not Dead, Charles Manson’s Wedding To His Fiancée Is Still On

Despite the revelation that his beloved wanted to put his corpse on display, Charles Manson will still marry his superfan fiancée Afton Elaine “Star” Burton — according to Burton. In a new interview with Inside Edition, Burton is not asked about her plans to charge admission for viewing her honey-bunny’s corpse in a glass case, but is instead asked about the beautiful and romantic aspects of their “untraditional” relationship.

She said, “Yes, I am going to marry Charlie Manson! I think he’s the most handsome man in the world.”

Star became obsessed with Charles Manson when she was a teenager in Illinois working at McDonald’s, and for the past nine years she’s lived just outside the Central California prison so she can see him twice a week, but no conjugal visits are permitted. …

She recalled the first time they met, saying, “I just thought he was the cutest thing. He probably asked me ten times if I wanted to get married.”

Awwwwww! That’s so adorbsies! Like a bucket of puppies! But, wait. What’s this? There’s more to this amazing catch of a man?

Star told INSIDE EDITION, “The seed gun is just one idea that Charlie came up with to help re-seed the planet.”

A seed gun conceived by Charles Manson?! She demonstrated the device for us, which is a ball of seeds packed into paintball-type gun and launched over the ground.

That’s so sweet. She probably doesn’t even realize that Charlie also named his penis “The Seed Gun,” but I suppose no conjugal visits means they have to make due with plants. Love is so amazing.

The interview — which might have been conducted by someone unfamiliar with Manson’s history, save for a quick read on Wikipedia — also reveals that Burton’s family will not be attending the wedding when it happens, but maybe that will make for a much happier occasion with fewer potential victims of mass murder. Who wants to clean up a mess like that in a white dress, amirite?

Watch this space for more news on the happy couple’s upcoming nuptials and whether the Beach Boys or the Monkees will perform.

Source: Inside Edition via Gawker