Dead Wife Beats Cannibalized Miner!

That looks like a headline from the New York Post, doesn’t it?  Anyway, advancing to the finals of The Creepiest Song of the 70’s (or so) is Honey by Bobby Goldsboro, which made mincemeat (get it?) out of Timothy by The Buoys.  Vote now on the last of our semi-finalists, Clair, a delightful tale of adult/child romance and Cats in the Cradle, the song I modeled my parenting technique around.  You can see video of the songs here: CLAIR/CATS IN THE CRADLE and read the lyrics to both here: CLAIR LYRICS/CATS LYRICS.  And remember to vote on the bottom right side of this page!


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About the Author of ‘Creepiosity’

David BickelBesides being one of the world’s most respected creepiologists, David Bickel is a writer and producer who has been working in television since Clinton was president. His credits include “Hiller and Diller” starring Richard Lewis and Kevin Nealon, and a nine-year stint on the Emmy-nominated show “The King of Queens.” He is currently working on the series he developed, “Motorcity” for the Walt Disney Company.