As the music world continues to mourn the loss of legendary record producer, manager and musician Kim Fowley, TMZ is reporting some downright bizarre news about the icon's last wishes.

"Fowley made plans in 2012 with the publisher of 'Girls and Corpses' magazine to feature his dead body on the cover," the celeb gossip site alleged over the weekend. ('Girls and Corpses' magazine is exactly what you'd expect: women and dead bodies.)

Reportedly, Fowley sent emails to the publisher of the magazine as well as a photographer to see what it would take to feature "a group of fetish models violating his corpse."

One of those emails apparently reads like this: "Snow [Fowley's girlfriend at the time] and her fetish friends, could mutilate the body, providing real blood & guts and set my bones and blood on fire."

While it appears that the 'Girls and Corpses' publisher passed on the specifically nasty part of Fowley's request, he did agree to photograph Fowley's corpse. But as TMZ points out, the magazine and late Fowley have run into a bit of a roadblock: His wife, who "has control of the body," can't be found. Thus, no 'Girls and Corpses' cover for Fowley ... yet.

We're not going to share any of the covers of 'Girls and Corpses' because, well, it features girls and corpses, but if you'd like more information on the publication, visit its official website here.