I have reviewed this title before a while back when I was available from Sony. Mill Creek has the Columbia library and is doing wonders with it.
Donald Woods and Rosemary DeCamp play Cyrus and Hilda Zorba, two people who, along with their children inherit a haunted house from a dead relative. There are 13 ghosts in the house, and with the use of a special pair of glasses they can actually see them.
Director William Castle shot the film in a way that, with the use of a "Ghost Viewer", the audience could see the ghosts as well. I still have my viewer and it was a pleasure to see this film again.
Charles Herbert and Jo Morrow are the children and Martin Milner is the family attorney who may not be what he claims. All of castle's film are fun, and this is the frightmaster at his very best.
If you haven't seen this, you should. it's miles ahead of the crappy "remake". Gotta love "Illusion-O".