Built in 1922, the neo-gothic style Detroit Masonic Temple is the largest building of its kind in the world — and a perfect place for a “Summoning.”
An exhibition of oddities, including an animatronic Fiji Mermaid and a scale diorama of the old fair grounds
Up close and personal with the Fiji Mermaid
A spectacular scale diorama of the old fair grounds, located adjacent to the site of the Michigan State Fair. Both sites went silent in 2010.
Orange beer mugs can be seen strewn about, from Theatre Bizarre’s less than legal days
The scale model of Main Stage even includes Theatre Bizarre’s signature pyrotechnics
Dancers in the Fountain Ballroom
The all-seeing eye of Zombo
Theatre Bizarre veteran and member of audio-visual performance group Los Minstrels Del Diablo Pete Coe
Cross-dressing psychobilly punk. Welcome to Detroit.
Beetlejuice, just hanging out near the ladies
Your humble photographer. A small note safety pinned to my lapel reads “Nietzsche was right.”
Kristi Burgett covered in blood red crystals
Members of the Detroit Party Marching Band
One of hundreds of jack o’ lanterns adorning the subterranean Fountain Ballroom