Choklit Factory

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"Choklit Factory"
Choklit Factory cover
Song by Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids
Album After School Special
Released December 1991
Recorded December 1991 at Sync Studios in Miami, Florida
Genre Alternative rock
Length 6:33
Label Beat Up Your Mom
Writer Marilyn Manson
Producer Daisy Berkowitz, Marilyn Manson

"Choklit Factory" is the third track on the 1991 release After School Special. The song was written about American serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, who formerly worked at the Ambrosia Chocolate Factory. A photo of Dahmer is used on the cover of After School Special as well.







  • "Choklit Factory" — Appears on After School Special.
  • "Choklit Factory" (Remastered mix) — Appears on Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids second studio album.


    One boy entertained
    by the torments of another
    soul. Touching was confusing
    and he found he was all alone.
    He sought salvation in the darkness
    of the choklit. Sweets soaked
    insecurities and sugar teased his
    need to kill.
    Peel back, the faces, we hide
    within our choklit shell. Some
    now indulgence, some know and
    some go much too far.
    They came hypnotized by the
    promise in his somber grin. He
    saw something in the weakness
    of their skin
    Peel back, the faces we hide within
    our choklit shell. Some know
    indulgence, some know and some go much too far
    Jeff saved for later, his prizes
    of iniquity: polaroids to covet
    and bones to hide in 213...


  • In the middle of the song, you hear the poem that Willy Wonka sings in the psychedelic boat trip. The poem would later be used as a prelude to the album Portrait of an American Family as "Prelude (The Family Trip)".
  • This song was considered for inclusion on Portrait of an American Family.