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FILE - This April 28, 1962 file photo shows chess star Bobby Fischer of Brooklyn, N.Y., in New York. The remains of chess genius Bobby Fischer are to be exhumed to determine whether he is the father of a 9-year-old girl, a lawyer representing the child and her mother said Thursday June 17, 2010. Thordur Bogason, a lawyer based in the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik, said the country's Supreme Court made the decision earlier this week in order to allow for tests so his client, Jinky Young, can find out who her father is. Fischer, 64, died in Iceland in January 2008. He left no will, Bogason said, adding legal cases over who has the right to the U.S.-born player's estate are ongoing. (AP Photo/John Lent)

FILE – This April 28, 1962 file photo shows chess star Bobby Fischer of Brooklyn, N.Y., in New York. The remains of chess genius Bobby Fischer are to be exhumed to determine whether he is the father of a 9-year-old girl, a lawyer representing the child and her mother said Thursday June 17, 2010. Thordur Bogason, a lawyer based in the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik, said the country’s Supreme Court made the decision earlier this week in order to allow for tests so his client, Jinky Young, can find out who her father is. Fischer, 64, died in Iceland in January 2008. He left no will, Bogason said, adding legal cases over who has the right to the U.S.-born player’s estate are ongoing. (AP Photo/John Lent)

Dead men fascinate me since my father died

Especially the very strong personalities

They call them “forces”

Yeah, well a life of debauchery on heart tissue

Is a greater force I think.

Or in Bobbys case maybe the boogie men came to get him early. My father had twenty more years to play with our heads.

So the fascination is this.

Do these men make good ghosts?

Author: biochicklet

Scientist raised by intellectuals on poetry, theater, art, history and music in New York City. Escaped to New Mexico to nature and mysticism. Knowing that the absurdities in this life are what we must laugh at.

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