Who Is the Freakiest Saturday Morning Monster?
First introduced in 1971, Count Chocula cornered the market on cereal vampires. He'll suck the milk from your bowl.
Frankenberry was another '70s cereal monster. The original formula contained a pink dye that caused "Frankenberry Stool." Spooky.
Boo Berry cereal came along in '73. The creepiest thing about him is his Peter Lorre voice.
"Sesame Street's" Count is debonair, dignified and purple. He makes numbers more compelling than "True Blood." No one is cooler counting to ten. Although Elmo gets all the girls.
Casper the Friendy Ghost
Casper was a flop as a 1939 children's book but a star of the small and big screen. His full name is Casper McFadden — in case you were wondering.
The nemesis from the 1970s show "H.R. Pufnstuf" is as trippy as the rest of the psychedelic morning show. The show title was rumored to be a hint at its supposed hidden druggie messages.
Dude, what's is this thing and why would it make anyone want to eat a hamburger again?
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