I cannot take full credit for what inspired research into the subject featured in the following installment.
However, I will take full responsibility for the results of the published research which will, undoubtedly, be received as controversial and even, by a majority of those still operating under the delusions of mass psychological spells and, worse still, infantilized by mindless hero worship, dismissed out of hand with puerile scorn.
But to those of that ilk, the author’s blanket response is this: I don’t care about your insufferably childish feelings.
Some time ago, one of the author’s loyal readers suggested an in depth research into the career and pop culture persona of the late classic rock singer Fred Mercury might be necessary.
Suffice to say folks, Fred is not dead.
In fact, Fred is not only still alive, he has also been known by a myriad of other famous and even well renowned names, among them, Tony, Steven, and John.
In fact, the legendary and former lead vocalist of the classic rock band Queen has been keeping himself busy and he’s very much alive. Not only is Fred not dead, but his official mainstream biographies represented an embarrassment of riches, a virtual mine of golden nuggets that, quite frankly, one did not have to dig very deeply to unearth.
Furthermore, and perhaps most remarkably, it appears the host actor who portrayed the late rock legend formerly known as “Mercury” possesses a very intriguing genealogical lineage that led one on a trail of research back to the establishment of the American colonies in the 18th century. Continue reading “Has Freddie Mercury Kept Himself Alive?”