Marilyn Manson makes surprise visit to Creative Discovery Museum

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The Grammy-award-nominated singer Marilyn Manson made a surprise visit to Chattanooga’s Creative Discovery Museum today, as part of his lifetime commitment to give back to the community and help children.

Manson led several workshops for youngsters, including ones for making sock puppets and origami animals, and he was also seen making s’mores and snickerdoodles.

Manson is in Chattanooga for a sold-out concert at Track 29 tonight, where he is expected to play hits including “Polly’s Pretty Petticoat,” “Let’s Hold Hands and Read the Bible Together,” and a cover of Seth Putnam’s “I Respect Your Feelings as a Woman and a Human.”

It was announced that the afterparty for the concert will be held at Abba’s House, where Manson has arranged an ice cream social, sock hop and youth group lock-in.

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