Got a vampire who needs killing? Zombie? Heading off for a pirate adventure? Phineas J. Legheart has what you need. Now, this site is almost a Web Wraith, with the facebook page two years out of date, so if you decide to engage the service of Mr. Legheart, be sure you correspond directly, first.
The Bastille, $395
The Professional, $295
The Professor Zombie Killing Kit (sold out)
One of my favorites comes on its own, but also with the Inquisitor kit:
Vampire Skull Trophy Case (pictured here with The Inquisitor set)
This vine arch by Oak Lane Cemetery is a work of art. Hard to believe it’s pool noodles and milk jug skulls!
The video below is just an overview. Here are details on forming the roots. There are about a thousand milk jug skull tutorials out there. Here’s one I grabbed from the side bar.
Today’s links begin with a “how did I not know about this?” I adore the concept, and the archives have some wonderfully strange stuff.
Annual Halloween film festival beginning October 1
Remotely activate haunt scares, watch the results! I don’t know if this actually works yet, since no haunts are open.
If you are near Canton, OH, you are a lucky monster
Horrific mugs by Dethskulpt
Custom spooky clothing by House of Goth
Do you like to listen to scary stories? Chilling Tales for Dark Nights has you covered.
Dark Balaur makes beautiful laser-cut items for witches, and the witchy, at Pandora Witch Shop. When I first saw his stuff, I thought it was gorgeous, but I was suspicious, because there is so much art theft out there. So I tracked down the artist, Ksenia Svincova, and made sure it was legit. Indeed, she has been working with the shop for some time, so it’s all on the up-and-up.
Morticia Addams Book of Shadows, $85
Pandora Ouija Board, $50
Zodiac, Cancer, Book of Shadows, $100
Gold Sun Wheel of the Year, $35
Baphomet Spirit Board, $80
Today’s special theme: Halloween radio!
It’s time (okay, way past time for some of us) to be getting in the Halloween spirit. Here are a bunch of different alternatives for your listening pleasure.
Radionomy has a number of options for your Halloween listening
Jango starts with a selection from Little Shop of Horrors
Accuradio has a good mix
Halloween Radio is dedicated to Our People
Slacker’s Halloween Party station is all about the rock.
Streema has a number of Halloween stations, but this is my fave
Haunted Radio is year-round Halloween news and other treats
Pop Halloween off the beaten path
Lori Plummer of The Glass Hive makes things that are exactly to my taste: spooky and elegant. My birthday is October 1, and I love the white coffin box. Just sayin’.
[UPDATE: Nevermind. I couldn’t stop myself from buying the white coffin myself. This is why I’m hard to shop for.]
Of the Grave’s Delight
Bats in the Belfry
A Tisket, a Tasket