Off to see a spookshow!

by on Oct.26, 2012, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from Vintage Halloween Toys – My Blog | Go to Original Post

How lucky am I to be near a town that is having an honest to goodness SpookShow Spectacular?!? Lucky I tell you!

For those of you not familiar with this almost forgotten art, be prepared for all kinds of spooky entertainment for your hard earned cash. You will see a magician doing cool and creepy magic (sawing cute ladies in half, making ghosts appear, and more)! You will see monsters (some may come out from the stage and sit next to you)! You will see a blackout (complete with ghosts and monsters, and who knows what)! And a movie! 

These Spook Shows or Ghost Shows (as some call them) use to be a big deal from the 1920’s-1950’s. They slowly started to disappear in the 1960’s, and by the 70’s, they were all but extinct. A few cool magicians have kept this art form alive, and luckily for me a cool dude name Keith Stickley aka “Dr. Scream” lives in the Detroit area, and is putting on a show tonight in Canton Michigan.  


Dr. Scream ready to scare you with cool and creepy magic!

If you ever get the chance, take the kids, take the girlfriend, leave the wimps at home, and enjoy some creepy magic! 

You can check out Dr. Scream’s Spookshow Revival here.

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