Detective Lt. Dan Bradley (Duke Moore) interrupts his opera night to investigate strange sightings of ghosts at a remote farmhouse where a mad doctor had experimented with monsters several years earlier. Along with him goes faint-hearted patrolman Kelton (Paul Marco).
They find fake spiritualist Dr Karl Acula (Kenne Duncan) is running a spiritualist con game, scamming people into thinking they can contact dead relatives for a hefty fee.
Karl’s conniving girlfriend Sheila (Valda Hansen) cruises the grounds like a ghost for an undisclosed reason, and Karl has the goonish, giant Lobo as a henchman.
As the cops close in on Karl’s racket, it becomes clear that there are other ghosts haunting the premises that are not Dr Acula’s cheap illusions.
The acting is bad, the sets are bland, and while Ed Wood’s direction is slightly more competent than some of his more celebrated films, it is less fun than his previous goofy pictures with their laugh-a-minute ineptitude.
Dr Karl Acula
Lieutenant Daniel Bradford
The White Ghost (Sheila)
The Black Ghost
Harvey B. Dunn
Mrs Wingate Yates Foster
James La Maida
Edward D. Wood Jr.