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Shock Theatre Revives Horror Film Hosting in Chattanooga
Jack Gray has donned a tuxedo and dark eye shadow to bring the character Dr. Shock back from the grave. He has revived Tommy Reynold's character from the 1960's and 70's late night television show in Chattanooga.
Dr. Shock Theatre has several programs lined up this fall. The first is September 8th at the Princess Theater in South Pittsburgh. They have also teamed up with Ruby Falls Haunted Caverns for three shows, culminating in a hosting/commentary on Ed Wood's Plan Nine from Outer Space on Halloween night.