Ken Coffelt’s review published on Letterboxd:
If The Mummy’s Tomb could have been titled The Mummy Goes America, The Mummy’s Ghost could be called The Bride of the Mummy. Because this is the first mummy flick to give the mummy the love interest motive, the rest of the time it’s been those high priests chasing the ladies. Ramsey Ames, the girl in question, even developes a white streak in hair like the Bride of Frankenstein.
For “Ghost,” our high priest is John Carradine (weird to see John Carradine so youthful) sent to America to return the mummy and the princess now to Egypt. The California hills pass for Massachusetts yet again.
One thing, when Lon Chaney, Jr. is the mummy, he gets up and about much earlier. It’s gotta be said, that mummy get-up is pretty form-fitting and none too forgiving.
The pessimistic ending, though planned with a sequel in mind, still adds an air of darkness to this episode, a very uncommon non-Hollywood ending.
“It sounds like a lot of applesauce to me.”