KISS Shrine Interferes With Telecommunications Company’s Service

According to, a Little Rock, Arkansas-based KISS fan’s shrine dedicated to the band which she received as a gift from friends, is allegedly interfering with the signal of Verizon, the global broadband and telecommunications company. The shrine sits in Stacie “Mack” McIntosh‘s salon and is about the size of an old-fashioned arcade game, covered in KISS pictures and memorabilia. The shrine’s centerpiece is a mock KISSstage, complete with a light show.

Mack says her friends gave it to her, “because we all love KISS, they loved me, and it was a way for them to take their memorabilia and let the world share in all of our love for KISS.”

Verizon says the shrine’s “interference is minimal and localized … the device interferes with the spectrum for which we are licensed.” Verizon wants Mack to get rid of the machine or at least leave it unplugged.

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