Ghost Stories (TV Series) - DVD Releases - Volume Sets

Volume Sets

Name Release date Ep # Additional information
Ghost Stories December 7, 2004 40 5-disc DVD set released by Platinum Disc Corporation, presented in a digipak format with no bonus features or commentary; excludes 4 episodes; "It's Only A Movie", "At Death's Door", "Going Down", and "Cabin Fever".
Ghost Stories: Volume 1 August 23, 2005 8 Run-time of 165 minutes and is basically a repackaged version of disc 1 from the box set above; followed by Ghost Stories, Vol. 2, which is disc 2 from the box set above.
Ghost Stories: 6-disc set September 30, 2008 44 The complete series was released in a 6-disc set, including the 4 never-before-seen episodes; comes in a new digipack with the same 5 volumes and a 6th disc including the 4 never-before-released episodes; released on region 1 with no other bonus features.
Haunted: Ghost Stories October 6, 2009 40 The 40-episode set was re-released in a 2-disc keepcase featuring new cover art and bearing the title: Haunted: Ghost Stories; each disc is dual-sided and contains 10 episodes of the series as opposed to 8; presented in a standard DVD case and includes no bonus features.
Ghost Stories - The Complete Series April 10, 2012 44 The complete series will be re-released in a 4-disc set by Timeless Media Group.
  • Cover of the 5-disc set

  • Cover of the Vol. 1 set

  • Cover of the Vol. 2 set

  • Cover of the complete set

  • Cover of the 2-disc keepcase set

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