Original Props, Production & Miscellaneous Information
The following images were kindly provided by Simon Greetham, who has been involved with Hammer Studios over the years with regards to exhibitions at the Museum of the Moving Image among others. Simon was also involved with Don Fearney in organising the two Hammer get togethers at Bray Film Studios in 1998 and 1999.
As you can see from the images, Simon’s collection includes various original props used in the series, including the sacrifical dagger made by Ian Scoones for the Guardian of the Abyss, the mask used to make the shadows on the walls in Children of The Full Moon and one of the Charlie Boy fetishes. Many of the items were given to Simon by Ian, the other props came from the auction sale held at Hampden House when Hammer moved out.
Many thanks to Simon and Ian for providing these unique images.
 The mask made by Ian Scoones was originally a childrens fancy dress mask that Ian added fur, ears, hair, etc to. A cheap option used to maximum effect
 Simon owns one of 3 original Charlie Boy props all made by John Friedlander, probably better know for his work on Dr Who during the 70’s and early 80’s.
 Ian Scoones kindly allowed Simon to photograph the original hand prop used in The House That Bled to Death episode. It is made from latex and was cast fromIan’s hand.