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Concept Art Edit
Anderson's first sketch of a scene wherein a disappearing ceiling reveals a hanged body above.
Refined concept building on the previous, dropping the second corpse on the bed and making the setting a cupola.
Full-on painting of the same scene.
The empty portrait of the “most dangerous ghost in the Mansion”, who had somehow gotten loose inside the house, with the ending twist being that it was none other than the Ghost Host, all along!
Concept art of a bust of the Ghost Host in the Foyer through which the Host would first talk to the guests, rather than remaining invisible. It is marked 1835.
Davis's mockup of the “Hatchet Man” portrait in the
Corridor of Doors
, which has been used in the rides as well.
Painting of a hanging corpse identical to the way the Ghost Host's in the Stretching Room would eventually be realized (although less skeletal), instead visible hanging from a tree outside the Portrait Gallery.
Theme Parks Edit
To be added
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Wielding a hatchet, still in the same episode.
First appearance of the Ghost Host in his skeletal form on the show, in
A “Grave” New Look
The Ghost Host and
the Aging Man
's cameo in the final shot, wishing the Hatbox Ghost a happy birthday along with the rest of the Happy Haunts.
Promotional Artwork Edit
's depiction of the
with black hair and a skull-like face akin to
's, as part of his series of 40th Anniversary prints.
Amicus Arcane's "Host a Ghost" jar on a shelf in
Promotional photograph of the jar head-on, allowing one to read the label.
The glowing likeness of the Ghost Host visible if the Jar is activated.
The original line artwork used in the Jar.