Halloween would't be complete without checking the bottom of the trick-or-treat bag for one more special treat (or trick?). "The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh" qualifies as a Halloween treat because of its spooky hero, an upstanding vicar who disguises himself as a ghostly Scarecrow to fight injustice during the reign of King George III. Below is the comic book published for several issues during the Scarecrow's original ride on Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color in 1964. Also take a look at the recent comic by Scarecrow fan and comic artist Bret Blevins that ran in the new defunct Disney Adventures magazine. And for much, much more about the "The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh," please stop by and read the article I wrote for D23.com. Be sure and check out "From the Jaws of Hell:The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh" by Jim Fanning.