Voobaha (Barnes & Barnes) Easter Egg - Revisiting the Past

The song "Cemetery Girls" includes snippets of dialogue from a 1961 "Twilight Zone" episode entitled "It's A Good Life," which featured 8-year-old Billy Mumy as Anthony, a boy with bizarre mental powers. The song's lyrics also include references to this episode: "Fresh souls in the cornfield/Anthony put them there/And it's good, It's REAL good." It wasn't until six or seven years after the release of "Voobaha" that Barnes and Barnes revealed themselves to be Robert Haimer and a grown-up Bill(y) Mumy.

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Contributed By: rockland6674 on 07-17-2002
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Special Requirements: A copy of "Voobaha"
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