Mark Roberts Resurrects Michael Myers’ Iconic 1978 Personal Effects

After 40 years, what does the Michael Myers mask look like today?

By Ray Morse

Nearly 40 years after the world caught its first glimpse of what would become one of cinema’s most iconic and frightening masks, one might ask themselves “Whatever happened to Holy Grail of Horror memorabilia?” Dead Entertainment has the answer for you by way of and Myers fanatic, Benjamin Hall.

Recently, Hall managed to track down the man who has been in possession of these screen-used Halloween artifacts, Mark Roberts, and in a exclusive interview, Mr. Roberts not only offered a bit of history on how he was able to obtain such priceless relics, but also shared photos of the H1/H2 Hero Mask and H2 scalpel and boots straight from the climate/light-controlled room where these items are currently being preserved.

When asked about how these items came into his possession, Mark Roberts wrote:


Regarding the condition and preservation, Mark Roberts wrote:


On whether or not he would ever consider having the H1/H2 Hero Mask restored by Tom Spina, Mark Roberts wrote:


If this information doesn’t sate every Halloween/Michael Myers fan’s curiosity, I honestly don’t know what might! What do you think of the condition of the mask and costume that started it all?

About the Author

Ray Morse

Filmmaker. Podcaster. Writer. Geek. "A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die." Raised in the wastelands of New Jersey, Ray Morse is a passionate film enthusiast/maker and aspiring creative. When he is not embodying the essence of the Mungus on his weekly live podcast or consuming mass amounts of cinema/television, he can be found re-writing his Dead Entertainment bio, avoiding general responsibility, and talking at length about the things he plans to do instead of doing them.