Nope. I wouldn’t have gotten in the elevator both.
Visitors and employees on the Museum of Pop Tradition had been clearly spooked by the creepy “particular person” lurking in the elevator and elsewhere on the Paul Allen-founded establishment in Seattle. These in the know most likely acknowledged her as Sadako (Samara) from “The Ring” — however that didn’t make it any much less scary.
With a tattered gown and hair hanging in her face, a neighborhood cosplayer pulled off the stunt, and it’s all a part of MoPOP’s After Dark Happy Hour to advertise the newly launched exhibition “Scared to Death: The Thrill of Horror Film.”
Sadako will return to the museum Thursday and Friday to freak out visitors in the course of the joyful hour (21 and over, 5 – 8 p.m.) which incorporates discounted admission to the exhibition.
Whether or not you’re a fan of the 2002 movie starring Naomi Watts, or the 1998 Japanese original “Ringu,” the story revolves round a videotape that spelled sure loss of life if it was watched. Undecided how which may apply to YouTube in 2017 …