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tvinkie 02-Oct-2008 03:25
Whorehouse? Whorehouse! Outrageous. Please, good sirs and madames-this is Jim Morrison's bedroom. Er.. bordello...oh-wait. Forget it. It would make a fine honeymoon suite, if one doesn't particularly mind a little claustrophobia.
Guest 23-Sep-2006 05:31
I'm sorry, I stand corrected; Alex Jordan probably intended it that way, as a B&W picture exists of Alex looking at the Reproduco in the shop when it was more-or-less original; just the vibraphone/chrysoglott had been added as well as the false pipe top (both are on it now and visible in this photo). It would probably then be the spirit of workers/designers from the Operators Piano Co., saying to please don't desecrate our poor instrument by making it a non-functioning prop in some bogus display. Besides, I've never heard of a Reproduco used in a whorehouse; most were used in theatres.
Guest 20-Aug-2006 08:51
maybe it's the spirit of Alex Jordan trying to tell us to unhang all of that drums and guitar crap and turn the Reproduco back into a Reproduco. That bed sure looks comfortable.
grrett 01-Apr-2006 18:08
what i found disterbing is that he has a mirror above his bed, what dose he do with that, and that glow might have been a reflection from the mirror from either your flash or the lights in the room
Kristina. 15-Aug-2005 22:22
On my first trip to the House on the Rock, I took so many pictures. [And in fact, some are quite similar to yours, nearly identical compositions. Wow!] But anyways, when I took a photo of this room, I noticed a peculiar, glowing bubble near the bed. Some said it's probably a strange lens flair and other internet sources suggest that it's a ghost materializing in an "orb form". I'm not sure if I believe that, but weird, isn't it?