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!

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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DestryStitt 2 hours ago
The Andy Griffith Episode; "The Haunted House" is so funny I love it so much!!
booster 2 days ago
10/10 Saw most of those episodes.
Angela 6 days ago
8/10 and the only episode I recognized was the Twilight Zone one.
ForeverHappyDays 7 days ago
For a moment I forgot that the Bonanza episode was a real ghost because the picture looked so much like a normal everyday person. I had 8 out of 10, the other one I missed was the Rifleman question.
DIGGER1 7 days ago
Were these TV ghosts truly supernatural… or just humans?
You got 8 out of 10
Did you bust these ghosts?
Rick 7 days ago
One of the best episodes of Andy Griffith ever. And the haunted house is Aunt Pitty Pat's house from GWTW.
DouglasMorris 8 days ago
6/10! missed numbers 4,6,7, and 8.
RobCertSDSCascap 8 days ago
0/0 or 10/10.
NO SUCH THINGS AS GHOSTS.
He don't know me very well do he 👻🤫
No, Bugs. He really don't!
TexasGreek 8 days ago
You got 8 out of 10

Lots of guesses here! :)
KellyShort 8 days ago
You got 7 out of 10

missed all the westerns
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