Lots of the great old school rubber ones - they come in two sizes!
These are my favorites, they are so creepy and a little larger than the rubber guys.
And then, for Halloween, I got these great over-the-top voodoo heads! All styles are available on my website.
So aside from wallowing in shrunken head, this week I continued watching old episodes of Dark Shadows. I am torturing my husband with them :-) As a kid, we watched Dark Shadows every afternoon and then we would walk down the street to this creepy house that had a sign out front that said "The Kellers" - which of course we called "The Killers" house. There we would do a little dance in honor of Angelique, our favorite character. I remember looking in the mirror and hoping I would end up looking like Angelique. Well, the blonde hair is similar :-) I do believe being raised on Dark Shadows explains a lot about why I am the way I am!
Also this week, I sold the skeleton I had listed on my website to a lovely couple. I was sad to see him go because he was really a cool skellie. Now I am down to two skeletons, but have a lead on another. And so with a little more jingle in my pocket, it was on to finding more fun macabre things to put on my site.
I found this fabulous old mummified bat in his own little glass casket. This little gem is one I will keep (at least for awhile!). I love to collect things that look like they were owned by a warlock or something. I had a mummified frog in a jar once that was supposed to have been actually the property of a practicing warlock!
This little guy is great and I love his glass casket.
Another fun find this week was this display case with casket shoes inside. The shoes have a label patented and dated 1915, but I'm guessing the case is from the 1930s. These have a really spooky vibe and I love to find anything from an antique funeral home that is unique! I will be keeping this treasure for myself.
The case hangs on the wall and the glass slides open for further perusal of the delicate slippers.
The label inside the slippers says McCamish and is patented 1915.
I also found a pair of lilac pumps in their original box. Practical burial wear! They lace up the back to make them easier to put on the rather stiff feat of the dear departed.
I guess I am having a coffin shoe obesssion this week.
Another fun find was this antique home embalming kit from about 100 years ago. It has a wonderfully dilapidated case, two large glass embalming jars and some seriously crusty old embalming tubing. I will be posting this beauty to my website this weekend.