Singer Eric Scealf of the rock group The Unsatisfied is offering a cash reward of $500 for the return of a microphone that was used by deceased punk icon Lux Interior (1946-2009) of The Cramps. Scealf was given the microphone after a show in Atlanta during The Cramp's 1995 "Flamejob Tour". "I used that mic for a few shows after I got it, just because it had Lux's mojo on it. Everytime I touch that microphone I can feel his spirit, his energy in it," says Scealf. "It was pretty beat up from Lux pounding it into the stage, so I put it on my trophy shelf. The only time it's not on that shelf it's in my make-up case. I carry it with me when The Unsatisfied is working for luck, and I just get good vibes from it, especially since Lux passed away".
After a recent show in Atlanta and a series of video shoots, it was discovered that the microphone had vanished. After an exhaustive search and several phone calls Scealf and the rest of The Unsatisfied decided to offer a reward for its return. The microphone is a Shure SM58 with a dented and somewhat rusty windscreen and it has a distinct X scratched into the body at the plug. The microphone or information leading to its whereabouts can be mailed to Eric Scealf c/o The Unsatisfied, 4027 Meadow Ln, Chattanooga, TN 37406. No questions will be asked and reward money will be mailed to return address upon receipt of microphone.