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Monday, September 28, 2015

Ghost is looking for local ladies to serve as nuns at their Orlando show

Posted By on Mon, Sep 28, 2015 at 4:40 PM

Ghost dips back into town to haunt the Beacham with their special spectacle on Saturday, Oct. 10 (which we gushed about already in our special issue 20 awesome concerts coming to Orlando). If you've never seen the show, Ghost puts on a ghoulish costumed show and as you can see from these photos of last year's show, they need nuns to make it work:
click to enlarge Stand by him: Photos from Ghost and King Dude at the Beacham - PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER GARCIA
According to a post from Ghost's Facebook today, they're looking for nuns to fill out the show in every city, which we assume also includes Orlando. Here's what you need to do to be brought into Ghost's fold:

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