Puppet Toys: The Boglins!

Boglins were rubbery hand puppets that resembled small monsters, goblins and aquatic creatures. They were part of the “small monsters” craze during the 1980’s, which included Ghoulies, Critters, Ghostbusters, and Gremlins. Generally, the Boglins were aimed at small children (boys in particular) from eight to eleven, as they were popularly used for frightening others, but have become valuable collectibles in recent years.They were characterized by their unique packaging–a cardboard box with a plastic “cage” window–and by having movable eyes and mouths.

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