This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is stand-up comedian Lee Evans. If you don’t know, he’s the clone of serial killer Fred West! Oddball Times doesn’t have much evidence of this particular celeb cloning as the files were lost, destroyed, or buried somewhere in Gloucester but just take a look at the resemblance; the black hair, the dodgy smile, the South West accent, it’s obvious really.
With such noticeable facial similarities, this particular cloning had to be concealed to keep the public from discovering that all famous (and infamous) people are created in a laboratory, but thankfully for you dear readers, small clues were left here and there.
The first piece of evidence is that when Fred West was arrested and charged in 1994 for his crimes, he sat in “Her Majesty’s Prison” whilst Lee Evans performed “Live At Her Majesty’s Theatre”. Then, when Fred committed suicide in 1995, Lee performed a show called “Live From The West End”: that’s “West” and “End” right there for all to see and yet nobody put two and two together.
Lee Evans’ career as a sweaty, erratic comedian is well documented but few acknowledge that the real reason for Evans’ demeanour and appearance is because he suspects the public are on to him and his clone heritage. They weren’t… until now!