Mighty John’s Top Ten Halloween Vinyl Collectibles

Expert vinyl record appraiser Mighty John Marshall of moneymusic.com called in this morning to countdown his top ten most valuable Halloween vinyl collectibles!

Don’t get tricked if you’re selling your vinyl, there could be a treat waiting for you! Check out the most valuable Halloween vinyl below!

  1. 1962 – Garpex LP — Bobby Boris Pickett: “Monster Mash” — $100
  2. 1979 – Elektra LP — Warren Zevon: “Werewolves of London (with picture disc) — $100
  3. 1958 – MGM 78 — Sheb Wooley: “Purple People Eater — $100
  4. 1965 – Capitol 45 —Ted Cassidy: “The Lurch” (with picture sleeve) — $150
  5. 1964 – Capitol 45 — Don Hinton: “Riboflavin-Flavored, Non-Carbonated, Polyunsaturated Blood (with picture sleeve) — $200
  6. 1957 – Epic LP — Screaming Jay Hawkins: “I Put A Spell On You” — $200
  7. 1960 – Coral 45 — Bob McFadden: “Dracula Cha Cha” (with picture sleeve) — $250
  8. 1967 – Decca LP — Boris Karloff: “An Evening With Boris Karloff” (stereo) — $300
  9. 1964 – Decca LP — Soundtrack: “The Munsters” (stereo) — $300
  10. 1983 – Epic LP — Michael Jackson: “Thriller” (with picture disc) — $400

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