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On March 5, 2016, Sweed was presented with a Certificate of Recognition by Cleveland mayor Frank G.
Jackson to commemorate the 45th anniversary of his debut on Cleveland TV, and to honor his continuing popularity in the city. the Son of Ghoul, in 1987 for infringing upon The Ghoul's character, but eventually lost the case.
With that blessing, Sweed took "The Ghoul" to Cleveland's Kaiser Broadcasting station WKBF-TV in 1971.
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He also did a Saturday night request show on classic rock station WNCX FM 98.5 during the same time period.
The same year, Sweed co-authored (with Mike Olszewski) The Ghoul (S)crapbook (ISBN 1-886228-22-1), a book collecting memories, on-set photographs, transcripts, correspondence, and memos from his years on the air.
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An interesting side element is that the aforementioned rubber toy referred to simply as "Froggy" (and much abused by the Ghoul) was a toy dating from 1948 by a company named Rempel and featured often in comedic skits on the 1955 television show "Andy's Gang" where he was named Froggy the Gremlin. Hiya, hiya, hiya" and "Pluck your magic twanger, Froggy" originate from that earlier show.