If you’ve seen any social media post about the ’90s country superstar in the past few years, you’ve probably seen all of the comments asking Garth: “Where are the bodies?”
It all started back in 2018 when comedian Tom Segura and his wife, fellow comedian Christina Pazsitzky, stumbled upon the downright hysterical announcement video for Garth’s Stadium Tour. You know, the one he wanted to call the Big Ass Stadium Tour?
It’s the one where he said he wanted to “get physical playing music” and how much he “likes that.”
Thanks to that video, Tom and Christina P came to the (inevitable, really) conclusion that Garth must be a serial killer with somewhere in the neighborhood of 200-300 bodies buried in his yard.
And the rest was history.
Thanks to an internet joke, Garth Brooks, the Country Music Hall of Famer, one of the greatest live acts in country music history, selling out professional football stadium after professional football stadium, had his entire comment section on Instagram and Twitter hijacked by the rabid following of two hilarious comedians.
And it’s gone on for YEARS.
But not only are the comments on all of Garth’s posts, but any post that mentions him is inevitably flooded by comments begging Garth to give the families closure and finally reveal the location of the bodies that he has buried in his backyard.
And even Jeopardy! isn’t safe.
During a category last night on ’90s music, contestants were asked a question about which artist won CMA Single of the Year in 1991 for their hit song “Friends in Low Places.”