Georgia Man's "Epic" Obituary Goes Viral

By: KAKE News Email
By: KAKE News Email
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William "Freddie" McCullough (courtesy Internet Movie Database)

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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

"The man. The myth. The legend. Men wanted to be him and women wanted to be with him..."

That is the opening sentence to the Obituary of William Freddie McCullough. McCullough of Bloomingdale, Georgia, died September 11, but his obituary has gone viral after it was posted to several social media sites.

His obituary includes a list of things he loved, including "deep fried Southern food smothered in Cane Syrup" Reese's peanut butter cups, Jim Beam and women. In addition to listening his family, the obituary includes a list of women who had been in his life in one way or another.

McCullough, who went by his middle name Freddie, was also a master-builder who built his home "from the ground up." He also hated vegetables and hypocrites according to the obituary, which also shows McCullough was a movie star.

McCullough had small roles in several made for TV movies, a feature and short film written and directed by his son Mark. McCullough is survived by his two sons and two daughters, along with seven grandchildren.

Hundreds of people from across the country and around the world have signed McCullough's online guestbook.Click here to read McCullough's obituary.(warning: wording of the obituary may be inappropriate for some readers.)


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