CASPER, Wyo. — There’s a KISS cover band dying to melt faces at a Casper-area home.
The bangin’ collection of creatures of the night on 15th Street between Bonnie Brae and Oakcrest is the handiwork of homeowner Corey Davison, who has been assembling elaborate theme-based displays featuring undead performers for several seasons.
“I’ve done football, cornhole, one year they were crawling up over the house,” said Corey. Last year’s display featured a WWE skeletal smackdown.
Corey says he keeps his ideas close to his ribs until they’re unveiled. “Usually, I’m thinking of the next one while I’m building this one,” he said.
A longtime KISS fan, Corey said portraying the four original members of the band was a natural choice. He fabricated the guitars, secured wigs and painted the faces. The wind — always a challenge — rearranged some of the hair and kicked around some bones, but now he says all the kinks have been worked out for the season.
A show does start at sundown that features lights and lasers synchronized to KISS music, but rather than rock and rolling all nite, it stops at 10 p.m. as a neighborhood courtesy.