This wonderful cover of the "Ghost" Playbill is from 1889. A fellow by the name of Professor Pepper would put on public spectacles of Ghost Seances. He would accomplish this by using a giant piece of glass on the stage and a lit up reflective image that came below the stage of a woman or man dressed in ghostly garbs. The reflection would show on the glass as though there were a specter on stage. This was just one of the many con shows that took place during the mid to late 19th century. The particular one was well known.
This image is directly from the cover of the original play bill and would be amazing on Halloween projects even though it mentions Christmas? lol. You could probably pull that cool Christmas font off and use it too.
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