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Indiegogo campaign launched to save Glenn Danzig’s Los Angeles home for $666,666

Posted by on August 8, 2017

Just a few days ago, we noticed we could buy Glenn Danzig’s Los Angeles home for $1.2 million dollars. A lot has happened since including Zillow.com taking the property off the market, making us wonder if someone already put down a deposit or, something else. Additionally, a group of diehard fans launched an Indiegogo campaign to help rescue the home in order to preserve it by paying a tribute to the legend. The ultimate goal is to raise $666,666 and donators will receive gift-packages ranging from T-shirts, posters, engraved plaques, and other items from the property.

The organizers stated the following:

“Glenn Danzig, iconic frontman for The Misfits, Samhain and the band Danzig, is selling his house. Used as offices and storage after Satan’s Child moved out a while back, the Addams Family-looking 1907 craftsman home is now listed for sale on Zillow for 1.2 million dollars. Rather than restore it to its “glorious past” as the real estate listing suggests, let’s preserve this place as the gothic shrine that it is.

Like a punk rock Graceland, the inventor of fiendcore’s former home will serve as a museum of sorts, open to the public for Ghouls’ Night, Halloween parties, weddings held at the Witching Hour, séances filled with Skulls and Daisies, and anything else imaginable.

Be a part of making this into a Devil’s Plaything for fans, a real life Hollywood Babylon Not of This World, and a cool place where All Hell Breaks Loose. Join us in staking a claim in this Dominion or donate what you can to help canonize this hallowed ground as the American Nightmare it deserves to be.

We the buyers will not live on site. The plan is to leave the exterior intact, renovating the inside for curatorial displays and community use, and to hire a staff of minions and monsters to keep the crypt tight. It’ll be a scream! What in Green Hell are you waiting for?”

[via MetalSucks]

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