It might not be the white picket fence version of the ‘American Dream'-
far from it- but nobody familiar with Wesley Willis' story can deny that
the late schizophrenic-turned-artist and musician's story is pretty
damn incredible. Willis, the man behind "Casper the Homosexual Friendly Ghost" and "I Whupped Batman's Ass" got his unlikely start as a homeless street artist in Chicago, battling his inner
demons with his unique brand of music.