"Ghost Riders", also known as "The Ghost Riders", is the first segment of the second episode of The Lone Ranger. It originally aired on CBS on September 17, 1966.
The once peaceful mining community of Jordanville is being terrorized by a series of robberies and killings. The culprit(s), two ghost riders. Soon, The Lone Ranger gets involved, and he and Tonto must ride out in order to unmask the phantom riders.
- The ghost costumes that the ghost riders wear in the cartoon are coated in a substance called phosphorus, which is a chemical substance that glows in the dark. It was originally discovered by German alchemist Hennig Brand in 1669. And many years later, several Halloween decorations, some paints, and even regular pieces of clothing have been given a glow-in-the-dark effect, due to the phosphorus that may have been added.