The Ghoul Scrapbook [autographed]

Ron "The Ghoul" Sweed, Mike Olszewski

$17.95

Only 40 left in stock

Relive the heyday of “The Ghoul,” the favorite TV wildman of thousands of Clevelanders and Detroiters who were glued to their tubes late Saturday nights during the mid 1970s and 1980s. A direct descendent of Ghoulardi (Cleveland’s groundbreaking horror host of the 1960s), The Ghoul took the outrageousness to still higher (or lower?) levels. The movies were bad—he was worse. And we loved it.

This appropriately odd-looking scrapbook showcases the Ghoul at his greatest, and includes rare on-set photographs, video captures, publicity shots, notable Ghoul guests, and actual show transcripts. It also features some rare, never-before-seen correspondence (mostly letters from outraged viewers and accompanying memos from overwrought TV station executives).

Softcover / 152 pages / 8 x 8 in. / ISBN 9781886228221

Additional information

Weight.775 lbs
Dimensions8 × 8 × .44 in

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