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Photos: The twenty most ghoulish Alice Cooper fans at the Paramount Theatre this past weekend

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Schooooool's out! For. Winter. Or at least it was when Alice Cooper visited the Paramount Theatre this past Friday for a spectacularly spine-chilling show. Onstage, the never-aging (seriously, what gives?) rock icon navigated a series of tricky costumes including a skull suit, a ringleader uniform and a straight jacket, while his fans painted their own faces to match his trademark black eye makeup. Continue on to see the twenty most ghoulish fans.

See also: - Slide show: Alice Cooper at the Paramount Theatre - Alice Cooper on partying with Keith Moon, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix - Photos: The twenty best Bruce Springsteen shirts we saw last night at the Pepsi Center

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