Immersive Haunted House-Meets-Art Exhibit Opens in Detroit for One Night Only

Red Devil Made This

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A haunted house-meets-art exhibition is coming to Detroit for one night only.

On Saturday, the church rectory at St. Albertus will be transformed into an exhibit honoring the 50th anniversary of the death of the occultist Cagliostro (a character based on fact and fiction).

Cagliostro: A Haunted Exhibition is free and open to the public. The interactive gallery features ghostly artwork from artists Legerdemain, Red Devil Made This, Calvin Waterman as well as an original score by A Death Cinematic and Gnaw Their Tongues.

More information about the show is available here. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Click on the audio player above to hear the full conversation with the organizers of “Cagliostro: A Haunted Exhibition.”

Image credit: Legerdemian

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Ryan Patrick Hooper

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Ryan Patrick Hooper has worked as an arts and culture journalist in Detroit for over a decade.   Follow @hoopingtonpost

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