To some of you this may not be a big deal, but to mask collectors you’ll find this to be very interesting. It’s not often a Don Post mask surfaces that nobody In the collectors world even knew existed. If you remember a few months ago I was excited to come across an ultra rare 1978 “glow” Ghoul mask. It was the third glow-In-the-dark version to ever surface. Until the first copy surfaced nobody even knew if the mask was actually produced by Don Post but only shown in the 78’ catalog as an extra photo. So now a fourth glow 78’ Ghoul surfaces, however this one is far more unique than any of the others. Not only is it the ultra rare glow version but it is an extremely rare second sculpt with sharp teeth that can be seen in the film Salems Lot. What’s dubbed as the “Salems Lot Sculpt” is rare in itself, the fact that one showed up as a glow-in-the-dark version is amazing. The Salems lot sculpt Ghoul was never in a catalog, a small amount were made with regular non Glow paint schemes and were just sent out as orders. This is the only known copy that’s ever surfaced and nobody in the hobby knew it was made until now. In the following photos you will see this extremely rare mask as well as a screenshot of the Salems Lot movie scene and I’ll do a side-by-side comparison with mine showing the two different sculpts. I want to add that this mask sold for over $3200 on eBay and now resides in a friends @deadlineworkshop collection!