Monday, August 17, 2009


12 comments:

M.Gracey said...

Holy Cow! That is beautiful! Too bad i don't have the money for that sort of thing. :(

Major Pepperidge said...

This photo has kind of a neat, almost 3-D effect with the hatbox sharp and clear in the foreground and the ghost slightly out of focus.

I have the big fig, but whatever this is, it looks supa cool!

nojarama said...

Three words: Fab-U-Lous!

Donnie said...

Whoa auction site says it's 6 feet tall!!

That's amazing

Katella Gate said...

Old school is too cool. Thanks for your generous postings.

Capt. Tomorrow said...

Is anyone else disappointed that everything in the auction appears to be out of the price range for the ordinary (if there is such a thing, myself included)Disney fan/collector?

Hans Perk said...

Looks great! But that is no surprise, since you guys have done THE best Disney collectible merchandise ever!

Centaurette said...

How deliciously creepy...and slightly holiday festive (thanks to the fabulous colored lighting)! Can't wait to see this, your latest demonstration of how fantastic Disney "merchandise" CAN be, in person at the Expo!

The Purposeful Pen said...

The Hatbox Ghost is one of my two favorite spirits, both of whom fall under the number 28!

Chris Merritt said...

Too cool for school!

Kevin - shoot me an email will ya? My hard drive fried & I lost everything...

- Chris M

Brother Bill said...

Absolutely amazing! And to this day I still don't understand why the original figure was removed from the Mansion...even if the disappearing head gag didn't work, the figure, as you've just proven, is plenty terrifying and impressive just standing there doing nothing.

DregerClock.org said...

Wow! Great work on the Hatbox Ghost! I enjoyed reading the short history about it and seeing the images of its creation!