Charles Manson Found on the Shroud of Turin!

Funny story written by Pointer

Sunday, 8 April 2007

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Charles Milles Maddox as he appears on the Shroud

Scientists and image analysts studying the Shroud of Turin have announced their findings during the Holy season of Easter. Guisseppe I. Justwowerk-Ferdapapa, lead scientist on the two decade study revealed that the DNA and the Image analysis confirms that this is not Jesus of Nazareth.

All evidence shockingly points to Charles Milles Maddox, according to Wikipedia, of netpedias: "was born at Cincinnati General Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 12, 1934 to a 16-year-old unwed girl named Ada Kathleen Maddox. (Not unlike the original supposed subject of the Shroud) [2] Shortly after her son's birth, Kathleen married William Manson, who provided the last name by which he is now known. William Manson was Charles' stepfather; by most accounts Manson did not know his biological father.

In 1939, his mother and his uncle, Luther Maddox, were convicted of sexual assault and holdup of a gas station. Luther served five years in the West Virginia State Penitentiary, dying there in 1949.

His mother was an alcoholic prostitute who (by Manson's account) sold him for a pitcher of beer. In and out of reform school as a youngster, he had a reported IQ of 109 and became a kind of institutional politician and manipulator by age 19."

How Manson's image became emblazoned upon the Shroud is still a mystery. Of course how Jesus' image got there hardly had a scientific explanation. Many believed it was the light emanating from his rising from the dead. Now that Charlie Manson is the mysterious image some think it is a hoax by his followers to claim that Manson rose from the dead. The Charles Manson in Leavenworth Prison says the image is a phoney since he hasn't died yet. . .

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