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Do you mean these? Click them so you´ll see.
Okay, so a simple answer to your question is: That´s it all. :)
Anyway, if you check the Monster Fighter sets category on the main site, link:
You'll notice that the ghost appeared in two sets, haunted house #10228 , ghost train #9467, plus one polybag #30201. Clicking the individual set pages, you'll further discover that the haunted house set gave the ghost white brick pieces to fill out the ghostly shroud piece, whereas the train set gave them white minifig legs. The polybag used a brick but also came with a ball and chain. I guess you can take your pick which ghost style you prefer, or make one of each.
There was also a halloween minifig set #850487 , which while not specifically monster fighters, came with a witch, ghost, and brown-suited zombie (which i believe is unique to that set, so a nice addition to any burgeoning zombie-horde).
One for the database people to look at, perhaps.
We're only really collecting some of the CMFs so we can have holiday displays/dioramas in our house (the space ones, well that was my favourite theme as a kid). We have most of the ones we're after for Halloween, although I still want a Monster Fighters swamp monster to add the group.
Just it seems to be a good price for both.
The description says it is a custom cape but the hair on Lord Vampyre is wrong and there is no printing on his legs so I'd assume the worst.
However, some of the face prints in the Halloween set were quite variable in density (I had about 25 of them). Some of the little marks around the face were quite deep black, some barely there.