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Cradle, meet grave

On the heels of the news that the corpse of Bobby Fischer is being exhumed to be used for a paternity test, we feel moved to enlighten our fair readers about what is available in Biography Resource Center on the legendary chess player and ex-pat. That’s right, we have six fascinating narrative biographies on Fischer ranging from 156 to 1,611 words in length. We also have two brief biographies, including one from Marquis Who’s Who that, interestingly, lists the child in question in the paternity suit that led to the gravedigging as Fischer’s progeny. Doesn’t the Reykjavik Supreme Court know we’re an authoritative source?

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Posted on: June 18, 2010, 11:15 am Category: Factoids Tagged with:

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