Top 3 creepy music legends rock and pop

As you notice I like rock, metal, pop, etc here are some of the most popular things I have heard about Creepy people in those industries who have gone bat shit crazy at one time or another we start the list with my favorite rockers Ozzy Osbourne the best metal rock bands ever made black Sabbath the prince of darkness him self one time in Des Moines, Ozzy Osbourne bit the head off a bat at a gig in 1982, but he didn’t mean to – he thought it was made of rubber a toy bat…

To Ozzy’s surprise, it was not, A rubber toy.

“I could feel it staining my teeth and running down my chin. Then the head in my mouth twitched …”

What he said: “Immediately, though, something felt wrong. Very wrong. For a start, my mouth was instantly full of this warm, gloopy liquid, with the worst aftertaste you could ever imagine,” he wrote in his memoir, “I Am Ozzy,” As said the Washington Post reports.

Rumor Has It: Tupac is still alive or is he…

Is the legend of tupac… Really weird Quite a conspiracy theory

Tupac Shakur took over the rap scene in 1991. While studying at the Baltimore School of Arts in Baltimore, Maryland, his good friend was shot when playing with a gun. The incident birthed Tupac’s rap journey. From joining a rap group to going solo, Tupac rose to the top quickly. He even dabbled in the film industry.

On Sept. 7, 1996, Tupac was shot multiple times in a drive by shooting. He died 6 days later, on Sept. 13, due to gunshot wound complications. His death happened in the prime of his career. His death, although, didn’t cut things short. Tupac’s fame seemed to grow more in the afterlife. At least five additional albums were released, organizations were funded, documentaries were filmed, tributes were given and seven of Tupac’s 11 albums went platinum. A hologram of the rapper was created and even made appearances in other rapper’s music videos. To this day, it’s as if America still can’t let the beloved legend go.

The idea that Tupac is still alive has been around since his announced death. The time gap between when Tupac was shot versus when he “died” is the backbone of this theory.

Wait what, ELVIS PRESLEY IS ALIVE!: Presley is still alive…

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Woodstock was a joyful bohemian paradise… No it was extremely muddy and they ruined the fields for years people didn’t care about the truth that the hippies was like pigs in mud… 30k cubic feet of trash people who are supposed to care about you environment trash the farm lands…

“TOGA!” This is one of John Belushi’s most famous movie lines. In his short life, Belushi was remembered for so many things. He was an original cast member of Saturday Night Live and was known for his over-the-top energy while performing. While dazzling audiences on SNL, he took over the big screen aswell. John Belushi lives on in his effortless performances and will never be forgotten.
John Adam Belushi

Robert Johnson Sold His Soul to The Devil to Master the Blues

Very little is known about Robert Johnson, the Delta Blues legend from Mississippi who died at 27 and is rumored to have sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for mastery of blues guitar.

The alleged crossroad where Johnson is said to have taken his guitar at midnight varies greatly, but it’s the only way anyone has been able to explain just how Johnson got so damn good so fast, especially since he was known to be a far better harmonica player than he was guitarist. In fact, he was said to be downright awful at the instrument, somehow obtaining these awesome powers within a matter of just weeks.

The crossroads concept is also linked with the Germanic folk tale of Johann Georg Faust, who entered a pact with Satan. He traded his soul for unlimited knowledge and earthly delights.

White Lighters Are Cursed

Ask any smoker, cigarette, cigar or otherwise, about a white lighter and you’ll be met with a wide-eyed stare and a sense of paranoia not just attributed to alternative filler for pipes labeled for sale for “tobacco use only.”

This urban myth is closely connected with the “27 Club” that we just detailed as the infamous white lighter was said to be in use by many of these late musicians (Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison) at the time of their death. The problem? White lighters were hardly available at the time and the ever-popular Bic didn’t even manufacture white lighters until 1973, years after many “27 Club” musicians had died.

There’s also the stoner stigma of getting busted by the cops if they see ash/residue on the bottom of a lighter than had been used to pack down the contents (re: weed) of a recently-smoked bowl. Naturally, the white coating was more prone to these types of tell-tale stains.

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