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Ghost's Nameless Ghoul Has Lifelong Fear Of The Dark

11/08/2016
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(Classic Rock) One of Ghost's Nameless Ghouls has revealed he's suffered from fear of the dark since childhood, because he watched horror movies at too young an age.

But he's grateful for the inspiration his terror has provided over the years. The band just released latest EP Popestar, and they're continuing work on their fourth full-length album, expected next year.

The Ghoul tells Rock 108: "I grew up watching a lot of films that I should have, way too early, which has led to a lifelong fear of the dark. I cannot be alone in the house and all kinds of stuff.

"But on the other hand, it's triggered a lot of imaginary things that, luckily, for the most part, is used to create good things." Read more here.

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