The ashes of cult leader Charles Manson have been used to decorate a mask of his face.

The mask is the work of artists Ryan Almighty and Rik ‘Sik Rik’ Fisher. The pair created the beast using human blood and ashes from Manson’s cremation.

According to his website, Almighty and Manson formed a friendship over twenty years ago. Since the passing of Manson, Almighty has used his “cremains” to paint portraits of the late murderer. If that wasn’t eerie enough, the artist reportedly mixed Manson’s ashes with ink and used the concoction to tattoo a portrait of the cultist’s face on a friends arm.

The mask is completely haunting, you can check it out in all its gruesome glory below.

Watch: Charles Manson’s Cremations used to make Manson Mask

Almighty’s collaborative partner on this monstrosity, Rick Fisher, is a bit of a legend amongst the music realm. The mean has created licensed masks for Devo, The Dickies, Iron Maiden, Motorhead, GWAR and more.

Charles Manson died in prison of natural causes on September 19th, 2017. The 83-year-old was serving multiple life sentences in state prison in Corcoran, California, for orchestrating a series of violent murders in 1969 that claimed the lives of actress Sharon Tate and six others. Manson served almost half a century in prison for his crimes.

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