A guy dressed in leather with greased-back hair, a fake scar on his forehead, and a saxophone comes riding into Peery's Egyptian Theater in Ogden on a Harley-Davidson with a girl dressed in almost complete glitter, a top hat and tap shoes.
This may seem unorthodox, maybe even illegal. But at a showing of the cult classic "Rocky Horror Picture Show," this type of thing is considered normal. And the guy on the Harley? He works for the movie theater. They pay him to ride in dressed up as one of the characters from the movie, Eddie.
"Eddie" gets up, welcoming everyone to the "Occupy Transylvania Rally." And looking around the crowd, you can tell this group is going to get wilder than the one on Wall Street. People are dressed up in costumes, mostly as characters from the movie. Transvestites, maids, men in spacesuits, and people in nothing but their underwear.