Here’s What Was Inside That Ghost Exhibition Showcasing Their Make Believe 60s Era
This past Monday, we reported that the Whisky-a-Go-Go in Hollywood was going to be hosting an exhibition showcasing Ghost‘s ’60s era. You know, that moment in time that didn’t actually happen but is the basis for TikTok’s favorite innuendo-laden track.
Not gonna lie — when they announced this event, I was certainly curious about what the hell they would show beyond some pictures and costumes. Thankfully, Redditor Plenty-Temporary-238 was in attendance yesterday and shared some pictures of the event. From what we can see from their photos, there were some pieces on display that honestly would make some killer merch (which we’re sure is coming for a high price), as well as some mannequins displaying the band’s getups from the “Mary on a Cross” music video.
Presented by Metal Myths, the showcase was billed as a way to “pay unique and extensive tribute” to the band’s “original frontman” Papa Nihil and his band of Nameless Ghouls. Still, for an exhibit on a fake show that didn’t happen at the Whisky on September 13, 1969, it sounds like it was a good time for the Ghost fans that could make it.
I can’t imagine any other band pulling this sort of this off, either. Name another EP that’s gotten so much attention and become as viral as Seven Inches of Satanic Panic. And while it may not be my particular cup of tea, it’s certainly popular enough to get people interested in shit like this. Sadly, if you didn’t attend yesterday, it’s already gone, since it was a one day affair. Still, you can get a glimpse at some of the stuff that was on display down below.