Three teenagers (Richard Lyon, Liliane Sottane and David Rose) encounter a ghost who is in limbo until he retrieves his lost head. They do their bit to help him find it. The original ads for The Headless Ghost read, “Head-hunting teenagers lost in the haunted castle!” That pretty much sums things up for this film, produced by Herman Choen, who also produced Horrors Of The Black Museum. The two films were released together as a drive-in double feature in 1959, back when double features were the ultimate date. Also with Clive Revill, who was also the original Emperor Palpatine in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980).