She was also the first Ghoulia I have ever bought.
Here are pictures of the box, but since I didn't know that there would be so many Monster High dolls, I haven't taken proper photos of the box, so at least here is one together with Frankie.
EDIT: I managed to found pictures of the box after all.
And here is the complete series (or at least the part that was available here in shops: Ghoulia, Frankie, Draculaura and Cleo. The complete set is missing Lagoona and Clawdeen, who were released together with their beds, but weren't sold here).
Last year we got a re-release of Dead Tired - but just Frankie, Ula and Cleo - no Ghoulia, no Clawdeen, no Lagoona.
And here is Ghoulia (old) with Frankie and Ula (both new)
It's her third edition, she has hair almost the same as basic, just atone side, she has a shorter part of hair, (originally sewen to her head). She has parting on the other side than her basic release and she has less darker streaks.
She has the same "retro" glasses like basic, just in red. They have a little Skulette at the side (and you can see the shorter part of her hair here).
Underneath her glasses, Ghoulia has her signature eyebrows. She has silver and light pink eyeshadows and peach lips. She has her glasses on her faces, which made little dents at her nose, but if you rinse her few times with hot water, it would be OK.
As well as the rest of her series, she is wearing a pajama. Hers is whote with bright red blood stains. Fantastic!
Her top is shorter, with black ribbons that look like suspenders - which, together with a red bow (Bowties are cool!) pays tribute to her geek-chic style.
She has matching trousers with a short black skirt (it's all just one piece).
Unlike the others, she has no fastening at the back.
She has a matching sleep mask with black lining. It was attached on both sides of her head with little plastic Ts.