|“||It's Boogey Goo!||„|
|~ Larry Houdini about the Boogey Goo.|
The Boogey Goo is a foul purple slime and it is featured in the 1999 Disney Channel Original Movie Don't Look Under The Bed, the second and final attempt at a horror film by Disney (with the first being The Tower of Terror). It is mentioned in the odd medieval book based around the boogeyman lore called The "Le Livre de Bogey", better known as the Boogey Book. It is originated from the frightening realm of the Boogeyworld.
Though the Boogey Goo is an unnatural substance, it is said that it can be concocted through certain means in the real world.
- Fried eggs
- Burnt sugar
- Jalapeño peppers
- Limburger cheese
- Bacon grease
- Bristle worms
- Leftover food (particularly the kind from school cafeterias)
- Week (7 days)-old sweat
- The Boogey Book's French name "Le Livre de Bogey" is translated in English as "The Book of Bogey".
- The tome is often sometimes referred to by it's other 3 names, "Le Livre Boogey" ("The Boogey Book" in French), and "Le Bogey Livre" ("The Bogey Book") and "Le Livre de Boogey" ("The Book of Boogey").