Alice Cooper is already in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cincinnati, but the rock god, spooky DJ and savvy snake charmer (sort of) has a new title to add to his collection from another Ohio institution.
Cooper stopped by White Castle headquarters in Columbus this week in between tour dates with Mötley Crüe, and was inducted into White Castle's Cravers Hall Of Fame, a distinction he shares with John Cho and Kal Penn, aka Harold and Kumar from Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle.
Before the black harlequin makeup and rocker makeover transformed him into the Alice Cooper we know today, Cooper was Vincent Furnier, a kid who'd split the little square burgers with his dad every once in awhile. He's a great storyteller, and reflected on those nostalgic burger-chowing moments with his pops for the 200+ people who showed up for the induction ceremony.
Too bad White Castle isn't headquartered in Milwaukee, but oh well. Check out Cooper's throne of burgers below.