Tuesday, July 23, 2013

'HORROR BAGS' [90's Lucky bags] Packaging box

Greetings lovers of the weird and macabre.

I thought it was high time that I began another post and hopefully keep the posts coming more often, it has been ages now and I am sorry for those that keep checking for a new post. All I can say is I'm sorry and thanks for visiting the old Cobwebbed Room. Also I have several comments that I still need to answer too, I will try and do this as soon as I can. Sorry again.
 
 
 


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I featured the Horror Bags [Lucky Bags] awhile ago and I forgot all about showing a photo of one of the packaging boxes that they were sold in. Would love to find one of these boxes full of the actual Horror Bags. As I mentioned in my original post, these were certainly the best of the horror/Halloween themed lucky bags.

5 comments:

TwoHeadedBoy said...

Wow, has it really been since JANUARY?? Always a pleasure though. And yes, I'd break laws to get myself a full box of those.

Orcbane said...

No need in the world to apologize old bean! You have the coolest blog on the net - selfless, sharing and, like all us horror fans, as pleasant as a storytelling session around a campfire.

Now, that said. Might someone find the old "monster files" from the back of early 1980s bags of monster munch (Grendel etc)

Grimm said...

This is so cool! I love anything retro horror. I'm a nerd for this stuff!

Great page here, I just followed you.

If you wanna chat horror films, swing by my page.

http://grimmreviewz.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Wonder if you've seen this listing, Paul - not much detail, but interesting:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-1970s-Monster-Badges-Ghost-Hunchback-Frankenstein-2-Headed-/350851436773

Wonderful blog, brings back many memories, thank you.
Why was everything so spooky back then!

clint said...

Hi
Just wanted to say what a great site fun and informative. It has rekindled my interest in collecting again the stuff i had as a kid. Still looking for the Dracula's secret lolly wrapper!
Thanks again - i look forward to further postings.
Cheers
Clint