The silly ghost was one of the first featured designs in the original #9206 - Glow in the Dark Ghost Mask with Shroud line up. It was released in 1992 in glow pvc on black shrouds and white cotton shrouds. It's crescent shaped eyes and silly smile differentiate it from the other styles. After the initial success of the masks, Fun World expanded with the same line now offered in exciting fluorescent colors (green, orange, pink) that glow under black light (#9207). These original masks came on Fantastic Faces header cards which featured a pink gradient and colorful party orbs.

In the late 90s, the mask was continued in the #9206 'Glow' line and #9207 'Fluorescent' line, now dawning stretchier polyester shrouds and a more Halloween themed header card with Fun World's new 'bat & moon' aesthetic. The glow masks feature the new more horror inspired moniker 'Fearsome Faces', while the fluorescent masks continued 'Fantastic Faces'. Masks from this era.

The design was phased out in the early 2000s.

*Some fans incorrectly refer to this mask as "Tate" for its resemblance to the Alterian Ghost Factory Ghost Maker 'Lovey Tate'. While derivative, these designs are different. We choose to identify with the names given by their original designer, Brigitte Sleiertin-Linden.