And presented in countdown format, for no apparent reason other than to heighten the drama of who will be number one.
T-9th: Aileen “Monster” Wuornos and Richard “The Night Stalker” Ramirez
Two things on the Night Stalker: when they finally captured him and he went to trial, one of the jurors was murdered, which, of course had the effect of terrifying everybody. Fortunately (I don’t think this is how the word “fortunately” is normally used, but we’re going with it here), she had been murdered in her apartment by her boyfriend, not by, like Richard Ramirez’s voodoo powers or something. Perhaps even weirder, one of the many people he attacked survived because she held her car keys in front of her face when Ramirez shot her, making the bullet ricochet away. In any case, don’t go to the wikipedias for either of these two people because you can waste a whole day looking at serial killer wikipedias. It’s not the best use of time.
His career: underwear model, music video, actor, soap star, singer. As Henry Pollard would say, he’s in the overall handsome business.
6. Dinah Shore
I know nothing about Dinah Shore, except that she dated a lot of dudes in public with old-timey “I swear I’m a straight leading man!” actor names like Rod Taylor and Dick Martin and that she is described by wikipedia as “a longtime supporter of women’s professional golf.” Make of that what you will.
The William Tell Overture is allegedly partially responsible for the song “Still Tippin‘” by Mike Jones and a Shaq song. Who knew? In more exciting weird cover situations, here’s “Holdin’ on to Black Metal by My Morning Jacket and some crazy Thai song. I’m not sure who this interests, but I’m also not sure who this doesn’t interest. Check it out.