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The Creepiest Tribute Song Ever

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About five years ago the citizens of America were pretty riled up about the murder of Laci Peterson. I’m sure you remember, but in case you don’t, she was all over the news because her husband killed her and her unborn child and dumped them into the San Francisco bay.

Whenever something like this happens, lots of really lonely people get a little more emotionally attached to the victims than they should. And you end up with songs like this one, written by a vocational guard (who had never met Laci). According to some crime website:

John Strand (John F. Strand) 51, Guard at Deuel Vocational Institution wrote a tribute song to Laci Peterson called “Remembering Laci.” He placed his piano ballad placed on the Modesto Bee web site. Strand said he, “wished that he had been moved before the May 4, 2003, memorial service,” but added, “You can’t orchestrate inspiration, and I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that this was inspired. I feel it’s a song of comfort.”

There’s a lot that’s wrong with this song, but the fact that she was dismembered and the song is called “Remembering Laci” makes me thing of this guy swimming out to the bay and putting her body back together. But…it does have a catchy tune (and great background harmonies) so I’m willing to overlook the creepiness and tap my feet for a couple minutes.

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5 Responses to "The Creepiest Tribute Song Ever"

  1. Chico says:

    Whoa…..that sounds alot like Wierd Al singing “Do I creep you out…”

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’m not an expert on music but, I’m pretty sure that song sucked.

  3. Most who believe Scott is guilty don’t know what the evidence actually is and so misstate it. To save arguing it here, go look at
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    Then look at
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    18 items of evidence for fetal abduction. Zero for uxoricide.

  4. I agree that song sucked major donkey balls. I know what doesnt suck. http://www.thedrunkcanuck.com

  5. JW says:

    Mama! These for you!