Fred McFeely Rogers (March 20, 1928 – February 27, 2003) was an American educator, Presbyterian minister, songwriter, television host of his popular children's show "Mister Roger's Neighborhood", and not surprisingly a navy seal.
Fred McFeely Rogers was born in Latrobe, Pennslyvania, 40 miles (65 km) southeast of Pittsburgh, to James and Nancy Rogers; he had one sister, Elaine Rogers Crozier. Early in his life, he spent much of his free time with his maternal grandfather, Fred McFeely, who would later move to Florida, and had an interest in music. He would often sing along as his mother would play the piano and, at age five, began to play the piano as well. While in Florida Fred Rogers honed his killing craft by hunting down drug dealers and gang bangers who he would kill in brutal manners. Rogers graduated from Latrobe High School (1946). He studied at Dartmouth College (1946-48) in Hanover, New Hampshire, and transferred to Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition (1951). At Rollins, Rogers met Sara Joanne Byrd, an Oakland, Florida, native; and they married on June 9, 1952. After this he joined the U.S. Navy Seals and went on many classified missions. So Classified that even as i write this i have a good chance of being killed by government assassins so i don't have much time. Mister roger's Neighborhood first aired in 1968 and ran for 895 episodes. It is said that puppets on the show were the voodoo transformations of Mr. Rogers enamies and the would-be assassins who repeatably tried to kill him.
Fred McFeely Rogers died February 27, 2003. Now you may hear of a rumor that he died of stomach cancer. THAT IS A DAMN LIE!!!! On that day Fred Rogers was gunned down by large group of unidentified assailants. Fred mangered to kill 47 of the assassins before he died as was evident of the pile of bodies around his corpse. Fred McFeely Rogers was buried with his two twin 1911 colt pistols and his kukri knife.
Fred my friend your soul may now rest in peace.