Bet you didn’t know Elvira hosted Storage Wars special.

Many of you love the hit reality show storage wars, we have covered in the past that Darrell Sheets once discovered a body in a storage locker.

Well just a few years ago they had a special edition episode that many horror fans may have missed, Elvira was hosting the Storage Wars: Scariest Lockers episode

The fact that such a horror legend is going over into a whole new genre is a very interesting and exciting element. In the event that you were unable to see the episode live, there are video-on-demand (VOD) providers that provide it, and it is also possible that it has been uploaded to YouTube.

“Barry enlists some physics – who have a dark feeling about a locker. Dave wins a locker – with a frightening find inside. Jarrod and Brandi’s buying strategy leads to some scary results. The buyers find some spooky decorations. Darrell gets the feeling he’s being watched. Kenny makes a hair-raising find. And later, Darrell and his granddaughter dig up a creepy find.”

This was the cable network episode synopsis

Originally airing on A&E in the United States, Storage Wars is a competition reality show. Its original airdate was December 1, 2010, and it ended on January 30, 2019. As of April of 2021, Season 13 had begun airing.

In the state of California, if the rent on a storage locker goes unpaid for three months, the contents can be sold at auction as a single lot for cash only. The show follows professional buyers as they travel around the state to bid for storage lockers at various facilities. Buyers get five minutes to check each locker’s contents from the doorway before the auction begins, but they are not allowed to enter the locker or handle any of the goods within.

In the hours after the day’s auctions, the successful bidders go through the lockers, evaluating the contents and making mental or formal price estimates as necessary. Cost and predicted total worth are shown in real time, with a final tally at the episode’s conclusion detailing the purchasers’ net profit or loss.

You can’t think of anybody else when you hear the word “Elvira,” for she is the quintessential horror symbol and epitome of all things terrifying, the one and only Mistress of the Dark.

In 1981, who would have thought that the hostess of a local horror movie programme would go on to become a well-known celebrity throughout the world? Elvira has evolved into one of the most iconic figures in modern society. She pioneered the genre as the first ever nationally syndicated horror host.

Elvira has been the “Queen of Halloween” for almost 30 years, during which time she has spawned an IMAX film, music CDs, books, and more than a thousand licenced products. Additionally, she is the focus of a novel named “Halloween: A Novel.” Her cinematic roles include Elvira, Mistress of the Dark and Elvira’s Haunted Hills, both of which she co-wrote and directed.

The Grammy Awards, Saturday Night Live, NBC’s Today Show, the Tournament of Roses Parade, and dozens of reality competition and competition shows like Search for the Next Elvira, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Counting Cars, Face Off, Epic Ink, and Halloween Wars are just a few of the hundreds of films, television shows, and live performances she has appeared in. She has also worked on shows including Saturday Night Live and the Tournament of Roses Parade.

Recently, she worked on a movie for Hulu called Thirteen Nights of Elvira, in which she also acted. Elvira has established a legacy in pop culture that will last for many years to come. Cassandra Peterson, an actress and writer, has been the inspiration for the creation of the role.

The team at Horrorfacts thought the episode was pretty good and had a haunted, scary type theme to it, its storage wars meets paranormal activity.