Toys of the Seventies, Green Ghost

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A big flourescent board with ghosts as markers and you move them around the board.Had haunted houses and stuff etc on it.
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HOLLIS - December 21, 2007 - Report this comment
edie - March 27, 2009 - Report this comment
I'll never forget this game our neighbors had. You played it in the dark, which was great right off the bat. The gameboard and standups were jagged haunted house pieces, and the ghosts glowed in the dark. It was fun. I was trying to remember the name, and this is it.
Kelli - February 15, 2011 - Report this comment
the pictures do not show up and im doing a project!
Donna - May 01, 2011 - Report this comment
All the ghosts had names that were variations on the color green (Olive, Emerald, etc.)
Rob Lambert - April 30, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault: Early TV commercial for the Green Ghost game by Transogram. This aired on a rerun of "Top Cat" over NBC (10/23/65), and was filmed in black and white (color ads began in 1966). After 55 years in business, Transogram Toys folded (1970) and Marx Toys acquired rights to sell Green Ghost.
Rob Lambert - May 05, 2017 - Report this comment
Another occult-related Transogram game, not listed on site, was Ka-Bala. Like Green Ghost, it was glow-in-the-dark, with a plastic eye as centerpiece. The game sort of combined roulette with fortune telling (tarot).Apparently, when Transogram folded in 1970, no competing toy company picked up rights to manufacture. From the Saturday morning cartoon vault: TV commercial for Ka-Bala. This aired on "Cool McCool" over NBC (1/14/67). An ad was also published in Harvey comic books, like Sad Sack, in early 1967.

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