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One day in the far future, someone will stumble upon this post and say, rather gravely, “Oh, yeah. I remember 2020.” This year has been a tough one in so many ways. There have been losses, sadness and the type of scares nobody wants. One way to keep up morale? Take an hour or two and have some ridiculous, pointless fun. (It always works for us!) Here are some of the best ways to run
haunted jack o lantern and scared woman
Halloween is always scary. But today’s animatronics aim to tell a story and spook you in ways you never even thought of. Hungry for haunt ideas? The animated props below might just get those juices going. Click on each pic for details and be sure to scroll through reviews for videos of the items in action. Animated Scarecrow He’s tall, dark and sinister. We love this motion-activated Jack because his movements are a bit more
This year our fave creepy Pinterest crafters have gotten even more creative – and you won’t BELIEVE what they’ve cooked up. Click on the link in the description for the corresponding recipe. Oh…and bone appétit! Jello Bloodworms by The Idea Room These slimy worms (eew!) have just the right blend of food colors to make them look oh-so-real. Dig in! Watermelon Brain by Scoochmaroo What were they thinking? Find out by clicking this Instructables tutorial.
Halloween enthusiasts everywhere really, really love the dead. Except when they’re really, really dead. While we may adore the annual taboo-busting festival, actual death just…well, creeps us out. But the Victorians took a different view. This child’s almost-alive look is due to her natural positioning and painted-on eyes. Why Did They Do It? When we lose a dear friend or beloved family member today, the last thing we want to do is take a picture
gross Halloween missing eyes mask
Usually, our team likes to start articles with something subversive and, we hope, at least a little bit funny. (Come on. Throw us a bone here.) But latex allergy is no joke. And unlike our just-for-fun frights, the dangers of a latex sensitivity really can be scary. So we’ve compiled a list of alternatives that are truly terrifying, yet amazingly, they’re allergy-free. Here’s how to get gory safely this Halloween. READ THIS. AND WE’RE SERIOUS. 

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