Ace Frehley Suggests Astroworld Tragedy Was ‘Satanic Ritual’ Gone Wrong

Ace Frehley Suggests Astroworld Tragedy Was ‘Satanic Ritual’ Gone Wrong

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Former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley is supporting a conspiracy theory that suggests the deaths at a Travis Scott concert earlier this month were part of a “satanic ritual” gone wrong.

During Scott’s November 5 set at his Astroworld festival, a crowd surged occurred that left ten people dead – eight on the night of the concert and two more in the hospital over the following days. Twenty-five people were hospitalized and more than 300 people were treated for injuries at the festival’s field hospital.

“In regards to what happened in Houston, TX. Our players go out to all the families who lost loved ones at the concert!” Frehley posted on Facebook. “Seems like it was a ‘Satanic Ritual’ gone very wrong! They’ll (sic) Be Hell to Pay! For everyone who let those kids die!”

“All people of every faith and religion should band together to stop this from ever happening again in America,” Frehley concluded.

Meanwhile, a $750 million lawsuit has been filed in a Houston Civil Court by high-powered attorney Tony Buzbee on behalf of more than 125 fans, including the family of one of the deceased, alleging Scott and show organizers were negligent in their planning of the festival.

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