I'm the ghost with the most babe...
This 1940's Chippendale-styled secretary desk has found new life in the "Afterlife". A favorite movie has inspired a whimsical piece in honor of that rascal who hates to hear the "B" word. This interpretation brings back the magic of the movie in a functional form which will liven up any decor. Background color, movie quotes, interior design - these elements are all customizable in this piece. It can be reproduced as shown or individually detailed to meet your specifications.$2,500 @ Fourth Dimension Co.
Sculpture of the Headless Horseman, based on the Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. Dressed in a Hessian uniform and wielding an axe, he can either carry the Jack O' Lantern in his hand, or it can be placed on his shoulders.
Statue stands 10" tall, cast in resin and hand painted.www.etsy.com/shop/Dellamorteco
Magicians, ghosts and dismemberment Oh My! Step right up kiddies and join us for the Midnight Spook Show! You might survive the show but you never know what you'll see. Travel back to a time when horror was spectacular, monsters were a go-go, blood was fake but the enjoyment was real.
Scream out loud by garnishing your bag, hat or even jean jacket with a Vintage Spook Show pin back button. Once you adorn this accessory, your friends will know that you have ghoulish yet astute tastes.96¢ @ Vicious Delights
You better watch out... No really, you better watch out! Zombie Santa Claus and Krampus are coming to town with these festive holiday sweaters from Middle of Beyond.www.middleofbeyond.com
A cute bunny mask made of medium weight veg tanned leather. The mask is wet formed, allowed to dry and painted black. Comes with a double strand of adjustable elastic for your wearing comfort. Sealed with a clear acrylic spray.$65 @ Tom Banwell Designs
Where have all the classic horror movies gone? Teenage slashers, gore porn and reality TV abound these days. What's missing are the subtle chills, thrills and suspense. These are the movies that only a quirky horror host could introduce after midnight. Take a trip back to a time when horror was more spooky than gruesome, theater seats buzzed and tickets could be had for pennies.
Well here's your chance to relive that lost adolescent memory by displaying this creepy yet gorgeous poster in your office, bedroom or crypt. Once you hang this print, your friends will know that you have ghoulish yet astute tastes.$9 @ Vicious Delights
Universal Monsters get the Pop! Vinyl makeover! Could there be anything more adorable? Trust us, they won't bite, claw, drink blood or probe you.$10 @ Amazon.com
You'll love this adult spin on a kids' classic song! Brass knuckles and bloody teeth make this tee the one you'll want to wear all season long.$28 @ Sourpuss Clothing
Octopus End Table
Don’t be afraid! Our aluminum octopus end table merely wants to hold your stemware or current book choice. The octopi’s arms actually wrap around the edge of the glass top. Very handy!
Octopus Pillar Candelabra
A full foot of undersea lighting. Candle cups hold five small pillar candles – not included – while Oscar the Octopus stoically hopes you are serving fish or kelp for dinner. Aluminum with a two tone finish.
Octopus Key Hook
His posture says he’s gliding through water but his position on the wall says he’s waiting to be useful. Aluminum with a sea sheen.
Weird Tales has always been the most popular and sought-after of all pulp magazines. Its mix of exotic fantasy, horror, science fiction, suspense, and the just plain indescribable has enthralled generations of readers throughout the world.
Collected here are 13 of the best short stories published in Weird Tales' first year of publication, 1923 -- classics by many who would later play an integral part in the Unique Magazine, such as H.P. Lovecraft, Frank Owen, and Farnsworth Wright.$10 @ Amazon.com