The couple (presumably the bride,since I don't think prison has Wi-Fi) followed the most important registry rule,choosing gifts at every price point,including six sets of bamboo chopsticks ($1.99 each) and a chip-and-dip tray shaped like a cowboy hat ($99.99).The most expensive item on the list is a five-piece sterling-silver place setting ($999.99;they're asking for 16 sets).
This Waterford Lismore Cobalt Ships Decanter ($594.99) is also on the list.
Obviously the whole thing could be fake.There are 20 woman on The Knot right now who have createdwedding registries with Justin Timberlake,after all.And I can't imagine the future Mr.and Mrs.Manson will be doing that much entertaining at home.(Forty crystal wineglasses seems excessive for any couple,no?Although I'll be damned if we still have any of our wedding wineglasses.Those suckers are NOT durable.) But the date on the registry is wrong (it's already passed) and it lists the bride's last name as "Manson." (Her maiden name is Burton.) But what kind of weirdo creates a fake Charles Manson registry?(See "Justin Timberlake registries," above.) And if you're going to go through all that trouble,wouldn't you at least add a few knife sets?
What's the verdict on Charles Manson's wedding registry?Real or fake?And what gift will you be sending?
Dibs on the fondue forks.