How Do Ghosts Appear?

What Else Lurks Among Us? A shadow seen from the corner of one's eye is eerie. It can take on a life of its own. Is it a thing? Is it a person? Is it carrying a message? Is scaring up kid-friendly fun?

Ghost-Like Shadows? Shadowy figures may become good friends and influences. It is fun to play with them, bend them, mold them and move them. Shadows can be close, but not overwhelming.

Lighting? Ghosts are illuminating. They often accompany decorator strings of light in houses and lawns. Splendid color flows get attention. They do not invite rolls of toilet paper or raw egg tosses.

Are Ghosts the Future?

Love Hue? Memories of holidays and phantoms endure. Holiday highlights and presences may be subtle or bold. Successes are built upon manifestations or experimentations with new experiences.

Close-Up? Goopy's portfolio will be featured among the offerings of Little Ray Children's Books. The Goopy Ghost is a natural spirit, who is perfectly at home where wild animals swim, fly and roam.

Opening Act? Goopy's messages for better living open minds to magical, creative success. A frolic with the fantasy of this friendly ghost woos adults and children with positivity and connectedness.

Why Not See for Yourself?

Show and Tell? Goopy is not just about holidays. Daily appearances of this fanciful ghost distract from everyday world problems. His beneficial entertainment brims with jubilation and intrigue.

To the Point? In Mirrors are Bad Neighbors, can Goopy see himself? The text is not from a Goopy Ghost story. The animations are authentic and unaltered depictions from his books for children, ages 4-9.

Space to Watch? What the transcript says about Goopy's appearance: “Mirror, mirror, can't you see? What you harbor can't be me. There is no time to whine and pout. I'll bet a dime it will grow out.” (33 seconds)