TIL that the Ghostface mask was developed for novelty Halloween stores between the 1991/92 season by Fun World employee Brigitte Sleiertin as part of a “Fantastic Faces” series. It was eventually discovered by film producer Marianne Madalena and became the mask for the killer of the Scream films.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghostface_(identity)

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  1. I had one of these masks a year or so before Scream came out. My older brother had a similar one, but it was smiling and the eyes were far more sinister. I was upset because I thought he had the far cooler mask and begged him to trade. He refused. Once Scream came out he was begging me to trade. To no one’s surprise I refused.

  2. I don’t know what it is about these masks, but they really scare me and freak me out. I’ve watched much scarier films and don’t bat an eyelid, but Scream – never again!

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