This GWAR story is getting weirder and weirder.
I previously linked to a post that described how William Brockie, executor of the estate of his son Dave Brockie a/k/a Oderus Urungus, has sued the surviving members of GWAR, claiming (among other things) that GWAR withheld his son's ashes from him.
Well, GWAR has responded. This is part of what Courthouse News says about the case:
According to Gwar, Brockie signed his son's body over to the band, who then assumed the costs of funeral arrangements, including cremation, two services and a plot in Richmond's historic Hollywood Cemetery. Brockie did not attend any of his son's memorials, the band alleges, and that his father was only named executor of the estate by default.
The real battle, of course, isn't over Dave Brockie's ashes, but Dave Brockie's money. More here.
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