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Halloween CoffinVintage Coffins specializes in building a variety of classic coffins using old world craftsmanship, including the ever popular toe pincher style and their "Black Gothic Toe Pincher" Coffin is without a doubt the most beautiful and well made Halloween coffin we have ever seen!

This coffin is the ultimate show piece for Halloween, your Halloween party or just to accent your home every day of the year, like we do. If you want the very best classic coffin available, this is the one! It is important to remember that Vintage Coffins does not mass produce their coffins.


You can make very simple tombstones that will add a lot to your yard haunt or Halloween party using a few items from the hardware store. Check here for more info!


Use as many different styles of tombstones as you can afford to buy and/or make. Try to buy better quality tombstones if you can, they look much more realistic than less expensive ones and will last longer since they can take more abuse. For more ideas on putting together a graveyard, click here.


Use dirt to make burial mounds where your tombstones will be. If you have a supply of dirt, you can build up six to eight inch high mounds in front of each tombstone. If you don't happen to have any extra dirt yourself, you can have a small truck load brought in from a landscaping company for a small change. Just remember, you'll need to do something with all that extra dirt after Halloween. Scatter leaves, twigs and branches around the area to give it an untended look. For more yard haunt ideas, click here.


Add some skeletons, skulls and bones - random piles of bones and the occasional skull can set off your graveyard or walk way. Skeleton parts can be used for so many things, the possibilities are endless! Go to Anatomical Chart Company to find Bucky skeletons and Bucky parts.


If you want to add some realism to your Halloween festivities with a life-like skeleton, then the Bucky skeleton is what you'll want! For around one-hundred and fifty dollars, the Budget Bucky Skeleton (4th quality) is a fantastic deal. It is life-size skeleton standing a full five foot, six inches tall, and weighs in at seventeen pounds. This adult size skeleton features a hanging hook at the top of the skull, jointed arms and legs, and a movable jaw. For more information on Halloween skeletons visit the Halloween Boneyard.


Creating your Halloween Haunt almost always means the addition of strings of decorative lights, strobe lights, black lights, Special FX, electrically powered decorations and the list goes on. Properly used, lighting will all add to the ambience of your haunt. Click here for lighting information.


There's nothing like a layer of fog floating ominously through the night air to really add a scare to your yard haunt or Halloween festivities! Fog has that foreboding look to it, things could be slithering around inside and unseen, adding the element of the unknown for your trick or treaters. For more fog machine info, go to GotFog.com


You can easily build a rotting corpse out of a cheap plastic skeleton using paper towel, spray glue, spray foam insulation and a little more. It'll add some life to your Halloween haunt! For instructions on doing this and many more props, go here.


Lay a skeleton in a coffin, casket or home-made crypt for a really creepy Halloween display. For more information on and using coffins for your Halloween haunt visit HalloweenCoffins.com


Adding a scarecrow or two to your Halloween haunt or decorations can give it an added creepiness. Scarecrows can either look friendly or very sinister, depending on how you make them. Click here for more scarecrow how-to's.


Adult size skulls with the calvarium's (skull cap) removed are a fun and sinister way to serve up your Halloween treats! We like to set a half dozen of these skulls in a row with different candy in each for our visitors to choose from. The Budget Life-Size Skull works great for this. Go to Anatomical Chart Company to find Bucky and Bucky parts.


A wonderful way to greet your trick or treaters is to secure a skeleton to your front gate holding a spooky Halloween sign. Depending on the type of gate you have, you can use twist-ties, plastic cable ties or nails to securely attach the skeleton to the gate. Once you have him attached to the gate, secure a Halloween sign between his hands. For more skeleton ideas, click here.


 

 

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