Freak shows are a piece of history, something that is rarely, if ever, performed anymore. The last travelling freak show, 999 Eyes, is breaking bounds and shocking the common folk with their explosive expose in Bizarre Magazine.
Featuring such acts as the the Lobster Boy, the Elephant Man, and the Human Tripod (a woman born with one short leg), 999 Eyes welcomes those whom nature seems to have forgotten. Complete with its own orchestra, That Damned Band, 999 Eyes keeps trucking throughout the U.S., liberating and horrifying anyone it can.
Last Travelling Freak Show, 999 Eyes, Reclaims Freakish Past
1. Resurgence of Shock Entertainment - The revival of freak shows and other shock entertainment forms presents opportunities for businesses to tap into the demand for unique and unconventional experiences.
2. Experiential Marketing Experiences - The immersive nature of 999 Eyes' freak show sparks the need for experiential marketing opportunities that engage and captivate audiences in unique ways.
3. Revival of Retro Entertainment - The resurgence of the last travelling freak show signifies a trend of nostalgia and the interest in reviving retro forms of entertainment that offer a sense of novelty and intrigue.
1. Event Planning and Production - The revival of shock entertainment creates opportunities for event planning and production companies to create captivating spectacles that attract audiences seeking unconventional experiences.
2. Circus and Carnival Industry - The success of 999 Eyes highlights the potential for growth and innovation in the circus and carnival industry by incorporating unique acts and embracing the nostalgia of traditional entertainment.
3. Marketing and Advertising - The need for experiential marketing experiences presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for marketing and advertising agencies to develop immersive campaigns that leave a lasting impact on consumers.