Neatocoolville just beat me to this one, but one look at that skeleton using a skeletal umbrella should make it clear that this book deserves at least one more mention in cyberspace if not fourteen or fifteen more. Ghostly Ghastly Cartoons by Marvin Townsend was probably the best 1971 had to offer in the way of spook related single-panel gags. Yet the humor and illustration style (which I really do admire) look like they were at least twenty years outdated the moment these babies rolled off the press over at Xerox Educational publications. (That's actually a compliment. The '50s buried the '70s in terms of cartooning.) And now I shall present a handful of choice selections. Please hold on to your sides, lest they split in a disgusting fashion.
Well, there you have it folks, an hilarious riff on torture, a poignant commentary on racism, and two jokes featuring ghosts being treated as laundry. You're welcome!