Were these TV ghosts truly supernatural… or just humans?

They would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for you meddling kids!

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Ghosts are pretty frequent guest stars on television shows, and not around Halloween. Gilligan's Island aired "Ghost a Go Go" on March 24, 1966.

Of course, these "ghosts" often turn out to be nothing more than regular people playing tricks. Scooby-Doo taught us that. However, sometimes they are unexplained supernatural phenomena in these television plots.

See if you can remember which ghosts were "real" and which were merely human.

  1. G-g-g-ghost! Is that a real ghost on Gilligan's Island's "Ghost-A-Go-Go"?
  2. Who is that in the mirror? A real ghost on Green Acres' "The Ballad of Molly Turgis"?
  3. This little girl from Wagon Train's "Little Girl Lost"… a she a ghost?
  4. The door is opening by itself on The Dick Van Dyke Show's "The Ghost of a Chantz"! Is it a ghost?
  5. Mark and Lucas are in a spooky ghost town in The Rifleman's "The Lost Treasure of Canyon Town". Is it a ghost?
  6. Little Joe sees this woman in Bonanza's "Twilight Town". Is she a ghost?
  7. Barney can't believe his eyes! A floating axe in The Andy Griffith Show's "The Haunted House"! Is it a ghost?
  8. That chair is rocking by itself in The Waltons episode "The Changeling"! Is it a ghost?
  9. Is this fellow in The Twilight Zone episode "The Passerby" a ghost?
  10. Hitchcock himself directed the delicious Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode "Banquo's Chair." This murder victim that appears — is she a ghost or an actress?

Were these TV ghosts truly supernatural… or just humans?

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