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Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) is being mobbed by the contestentants of Miss Ghost America.  In 1971, MGM studios made a movie called: Night of Dark Shadows.  Part of their pre release publicity was having a Miss Ghost America contest.  And, in 1971, there could be no better place to announce the winner than on Fright Night, with Sinister Seymour.

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) is being mobbed by the contestentants of Miss Ghost America. In 1971, MGM studios made a movie called: Night of Dark Shadows. Part of their pre release publicity was having a Miss Ghost America contest. And, in 1971, there could be no better place to announce the winner than on Fright Night, with Sinister Seymour.

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) as he appeared in several newspaper advertisments.  Picture was taken between 1970 and 1971.

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) as he appeared in several newspaper advertisments. Picture was taken between 1970 and

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) and a cardboard cutie.

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) and a cardboard cutie.

"I said you should go home, NOT: you could use the phone". Sinister Seymour's (Larry Vincent) domain has been invaded and he is definitely indicating that they should hit the road. The unwanted visitors to the slimy green wall have been identified as Pat Graham and George W. Hooper. They were members of an organization that put on an annual Haunted House to raise money for disabled children. This picture from Oct. 1971, was to promote that event. Original photograph by Dave LaBelle

"I said you should go home, NOT: you could use the phone". Sinister Seymour's (Larry Vincent) domain has been invaded and he is definitely indicating that they should hit the road. The unwanted visitors to the slimy green wall have been identified as Pat Graham and George W. Hooper. They were members of an organization that put on an annual Haunted House to raise money for disabled children. This picture from Oct. 1971, was to promote that event. Original photograph by Dave LaBelle

Don't miss Sinister Seymour's (Larry Vincent)  personal appearance at the Horrorthon.  Okay...we already did but, we still have a great poster.

Don't miss Sinister Seymour's (Larry Vincent) personal appearance at the Horrorthon.

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) and friend enjoying some tunes in the Calico Saloon at Knotts Halloween Haunt, 1973,

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) and friend enjoying some tunes in the Calico Saloon at Knotts Halloween Haunt,

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) having his way with the ladies at KFXM radio in March of 1973.  The original caption from the KFXM newsletter read:  "Seymour:  He's got a lot of little teen aged, blue eyed groupies, who'll do anything he says".

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) having his way with the ladies at KFXM radio in March of The original caption from the KFXM newsletter read: "Seymour: He's got a lot of little teen aged, blue eyed groupies, who'll do anything he says".

From the Pomona Progress Bulletin newspaper, July 17, 1973.  Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) always drove in style thanks to George Barris and Chick Iverson.

From the Pomona Progress Bulletin newspaper, July Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) always drove in style thanks to George Barris and Chick Iverson.

An iconic Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) image that was used extensively for promotion.

An iconic Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) image that was used extensively for promotion.

Larry Vincent (Sinister Seymour) appears in the 1960s TV series, Mission Impossible.  Can't imagine what he's done to deserve such treatment.

Larry Vincent (Sinister Seymour) appears in the TV series, Mission Impossible. Can't imagine what he's done to deserve such treatment.

An original Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) bumper sticker.  Photo courtesy of Bryan Hendrickson.

An original Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent) bumper sticker. Photo courtesy of Bryan Hendrickson.

A letter dated Oct. 22, 1973, from Sinister Seymour's (Larry Vincent) producer and Manager, Gary Blair.  It is addressed to Mike Harrison at KPRT-FM radio, San Diego , CA.

A letter dated Oct. from Sinister Seymour's (Larry Vincent) producer and Manager, Gary Blair. It is addressed to Mike Harrison at KPRT-FM radio, San Diego , CA.

This is Larry Vincent (Sinister Seymour) before Seymour. Here he is on WFBM in Indianapolis, IN, as Cap'n Star. The show was called: All Hands on Deck. In the picture (from right to left in this case) Larry Vincent, Hal Fryar and Curley Myers.

This is Larry Vincent (Sinister Seymour) before Seymour. Here he is on WFBM in Indianapolis, IN, as Cap'n Star. In the picture (from right to left in this case) Larry Vincent, Hal Fryar and Curley Myers.

Autographed program from Comic-con 1973, by Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent).

Autographed program from Comic-con by Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent).

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent), just loves his ugly nature in this newspapaer article.

Sinister Seymour (Larry Vincent), just loves his ugly nature in this newspapaer article.

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