Time for another holy grail post of something that I recently acquired, --and here it is-- just in time for Halloween! The Jack in the Box Haunted House from 1971 is a fun paper premium featuring a very spooky house with perforated windows that open. You also punch-out the separate character strips containing an assortment of awesomely illustrated ghosts and ghouls (and early 70's Jack in the Box mascots) and feed the strips through the slots on either side of the house; you then line the characters up and see them experiencing fun and terror inside through the window openings (see my close-up photos below.) A simple concept that is simply marvelous fun, even to this day... something fast food chains seem to have completely forgotten about over the years.
Anyone know the name of the artist behind this fab premium? Let me know!