Skeletons and other scary materials were due to be used in his Halloween concert this weekend but British Airways has misplaced the luggage.
Alice Cooper was reportedly left fuming after his luggage was lost on a trip to the U.K. The rocker flew from the U.S. into London on Tuesday, October 26 and was upset after discovering staff at British Airways could not locate his bags.
Cooper was forced to detail the contents of his suitcases, and listed items such as fake blood, a giant syringe, skulls and skeleton limbs, according to Britain's Daily Express. Cooper was traveling with the bizarre props for his forthcoming Halloween Night of Fear concerts, to be held on Sunday, October 31 and Monday, November 1 at the Roundhouse venue in the British capital.
In tow with the Halloween concert, Cooper has released a limited edition 7" single of the song "Keepin' Halloween Alive!". It is available for only 2,300 units on special "Glow In The Dark Vinyl!" with 1,450 going on sale in U.S. The limited edition vinyl is available at the singer's official site.