Zell reveals he’s ‘Pa’ of famed Bat Boy!

NA tests confirm that the Bat Boy has a famous daddy!

Crotchety politician Zell Miller has revealed that he fathered the bizarre creature.

“Yep, he’s all mine,” Miller said from a rocking chair on the porch of his boyhood home in Hooterville, Ga. “I’m one proud pa.”

In an exclusive interview, the down-home, country philosopher revealed he was on a hike in his beloved North Georgia mountains when he zigzagged into a hole that was the entrance to a cave!

“I was rescued by a kind-hearted bat,” Miller said.

One thing led to another, and the female bat seduced him, admitted the political and moral leader of the freedom-loving world. Miller later stumbled out of the cave and went back to what he does best: supporting family values.

As the Bat Boy gained fame, Miller couldn’t help but notice the striking resemblance between the half-boy, half-bat creature and himself, particularly in pictures of either of them snarling.

Miller arranged for a DNA test and, sure enough, found out he was Bat Boy’s father.

Now that he’s out of politics, Miller said he’ll help his new-found son with his music and acting career.

He hopes they will perform as a father-son duo and sing some of the ex-governor’s own songs, including “You Can’t Ration Nothing I Can’t Do Without.”


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