I think I figured this one out: back in 2011 when I made my account it had you fill out your favorite musicians, writers, thinkers, et cetera, adding their pages to your follows. It asked for films as well and I probably put "B Movies" in there, not being much of a film buff and just trying to answer the questions fully. It may be that the B Movies page just made its first post in seven years and I forgot all about ever following the page. The two other phantom-likes are less explicable.
My paternal grandfather lived to be 99 so (I hope) I have longevity on both sides. The two others died of cancer, and that's no longer such a death sentence these days.
I'm still not feeling very sad and hope I'm not becoming unfeeling -- then again I've been ready for her to die for literally close to ten years. Most emotional I got was the thought that I won't be able to call her anymore.
Listened to Sorcerer closely for really the first time and it's maybe the weakest of the mid '60s quintet (and not just because of "Nothing Like You" -- God what a shitty, and incongruous, track) and Herbie Hancock plays unusually sparingly. There's a track (the second?) where he and Shorter tussle for the lead and end up both playing it. The album is pretty accessible -- perhaps more so than ESP.