Charles Manson's future wife shops for wedding dress fabric ahead of jailhouse ceremony with the killer
- Afton Elaine Burton was pictured fabric shopping and looking at white satin, possibly for her upcoming wedding
- The 26-year-old and Charles Manson were approved for a marriage license in November, which gave them 90 days to carry out their jailhouse nuptials
- the wedding would have to happen on a Saturday or Sunday, and this weekend are the last two days they are eligible to wed
- Burton, known as 'Star', first met Manson when she started writing to him as a teen and later moved to Corcoran, California to be closer to him
- Manson is currently serving a life in prison sentence for killing seven people in 1969, as the ringleader of a cult
A 'superfan' of Charles Manson who is set to carry out her vow to marry the 80-year-old notorious mass murderer was spotted out in California.
Afton Elaine Burton, who calls herself Star, was spotted fabric shopping and looking at white satin, possibly for a wedding dress to sew for her jailhouse ceremony.
The 26-year-old has been writing to the killer since she was a teen and even moved from her home in Illinois to the California town where he is imprisoned.
Previous reports had said the two were already married, but a formal ceremony has yet to be held.
Afton Elaine Burton, who calls herself Star, was spotted fabric shopping and looking at white satin, possibly for a wedding dress to sew for her jailhouse ceremony
Star is set to wed Charles Manson in a ceremony that will possibly take place this weekend
The couple filed for a marriage license on November 7, which gave them just 90 days to carry out the nuptials.
California Department of Corrections spokesman Jeffrey Callison previously stated that the wedding would have to take place on a visiting day, which happen on Saturdays, Sundays and certain holidays (including Thanksgiving).
Callison said the couple would be allowed 10 guests from outside the prison, two guests from inside the prison and an officiant of their own choosing.
However, the two are not be allowed to consummate their marriage since Manson's life in prison sentence bans him from receiving conjugal visits.
In previous interviews, Star gushed about falling in love with Manson and his 'philosophy' as a teen, and how she already considered herself married to him.
Star looks at train times at the station near the prison where Manson is incarcerated