A ghost in a 1970s Leisure Suit has been spotted in Hoboken, New York City and Cleveland.
“To me, it was awesome,” said Tommy Falzarano of Hoboken. “It’s not scary to me.”
Frankie Tooker took the photo below at high school in Cleveland , when he was trying to get a shot of her nephew, who attends the school.
“He spun around so I couldn’t take his picture, so I got the back of his head,” she said. “I didn’t try to take no more because he didn’t let me.”
Buddy Valastro, The Cake Boss, of Hoboken, has seen the Leisure Suit Ghost many times. And even felt him sitting next to him at a Parade in Hoboken recently:
A man in a light-colored suit with bell-bottom pants and a dark shirt has been spending a lot of time in Hoboken, at Knicks games in New York City and at school in Cleveland.
Here’s the ghost next to Spike Lee at a Knicks game:
The ghost’s clothing and hair style, he appears to be from the 1970s, Davis said.
Many outside The Cake Boss store in Hoboken have seen the ghost.
“He’s a friendly ghost,” said Gina Battaglia of Hoboken. “He just hangs out, trying to look cool. I think the guy is just looking to get a cannoli.”