We’ve got an amazing guest for this week’s edition of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’. The legendary Rob Zombie sat down with us to prove or disprove what’s written about him on Wikipedia!

This turned out to be one of our favorite all-time episodes. We dove into Rob Zombie’s entire lifespan, digging up some falsehoods along the way. We start off talking with Rob about who he wanted to emulate as a child. He also set the record straight on a chaotic event which took place at a carnival during his youth. Zombie’s family were carnival workers by trade, but due to patrons getting pissed off over rigged games, one carnival went up in flames while guns were being fired in a state of all-out anarchy.

Rob squashes the entry which claims he went under the pseudonym Rob Zodiac, and then moves on to an early White Zombie producer who reportedly got under Rob’s skin. The producer was said to have not listened to any of Rob’s suggestions while smoking weed all day, but Zombie chalked that up to fiction.

We also got into Rob Zombie’s horror film debut, House of 1000 Corpses, which apparently was given an ending so terrible that the studio was forced to pony up more cash to film a better one. Is it true? Rob Zombie tells us exclusively in this video.

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