Get MOH Blog Posts by Email
Morgue Phone Operator Interviewed -- April Fool's Day, 1959
The Chicago Daily Defender interviewed Otto Ebar, the man responsible for answering the phones at the Cook County Morgue on April 1st, the day when numerous calls are received for Mr. Stiff, Mr. K. Dever, Mr. Casket, Mr. Graves, Mr. Rigor, or Mr. Mortis. Ebar said, "he has to brace himself for when business executives and general office girls discover they have been tricked by some of their associates, some let their venom out on him. 'But the vast majority are terribly nice about it.'"
[The Chicago Defender, Apr 2, 1959.]
|More from the Hoax Museum Archives:|
There are no comments yet for this article.
Submit a CommentIn order to post comments you have to register as a member of the site.