TAMPA (CBSMiami) – A man from Florida did it again, or did he?
There’s a guy in Tampa who claims he built a guitar using the remains of his dead uncle.
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The man from Florida is called Prince Midnight and he’s a self-described metal musician influencer, whose real name may be Yaago Anax.
Well, this Prince Midnight apparently created a fully functional electric guitar using the bones of his long-dead uncle, including the rib cage, spine, and pelvic bones.
Prince Midnight has said his uncle Filip died in a car crash in the 90s in Greece. He was only 28 years old. The body was initially donated to a local college, but returned to the family two decades later.
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Since his uncle was a metal conductor, according to Anax, he thought turning the leftovers into a ghoulish guitar was a fitting tribute.
He calls the guitar the Filip Skelecaster.
However, after getting a lot of media attention for the unique musical instrument, the Tampa Bay Times is now questioning the validity of Prince Midnight’s story by stating that he looks enough like another Florida-based prankster. known as Odilon Ozare.
Ozare already has two Guinness World Records, one for the largest hat and one for the longest nail extension.
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Others believe Prince Midnight and his shredding dead guitar are legitimate because the character of Prince Midnight has been active for months. He has a full EP on Spotify, has done several interviews and has some stuff to sell.