Rev. Warlock DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,

Fisherman's Wharf

Now that the Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf is {temporarily?} closed, what will become of the splendid waxen reproductions therein? Perhaps it may re-open one day under new management, or the figures may be moved to add to other wax galleries, like Hollywood Wax Museum {which has a 'Chamber of Horrors'; other notables include Elvira, The Cryptkeeper, & Legend's Darkness}, along with the classic Universal monsters; or Madame Tussaud's, so long as they are preserved, particularly the unique Dr. LaVey figure, which could be placed either in a "Chamber of Horrors", as it were, or even among the 'Cultural figures' or 'Religious Leaders' sections.

It behooves an enterprising benefactor and/or the respective establishments to possess these figures and either re-open the Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf, or transport them to these other suggested attractions where they may be preserved and appreciated. ∞

UPDATE 10/27: I Am pleased to announce that Madame Tussaud's will take the property and exhibits over with a grand San Francisco opening in remmus XLIX, in cooperation with The Dungeons attraction.

Tags: aesthetics, ahc, anton lavey, art, black earth, halloween, horror, past orthodoxies, total environments, travel

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