Ray O’Bannon has not only updated his yearly selection of Halloween treats, but he’s really outdone himself this time around. And there’s even more free downloads on the other sections of his website!
wikiHow has great articles on nice tricks you can play on Halloween and a must-read one on how to avoid annoying performers in haunted attractions.
This guy has a rather unique idea for a yard haunt.
Speaking of yard haunts, you can make quick and easy corpses thanks to Instructables.
Do you have an old plastic pumpkin treat pail that’s just gathering dust? Why not use it to create concrete pumpkin planters!
Chad Savage offers a ton of free creepy fonts and Christian Annyas has a breathtaking collection of lettering and typography culled from 80’s horror movie posters.
The official Facebook page for the cult classic Spookies has a great selection of rare images…and several cast and crew members looking back on what went wrong. You can also find some cool merchandise from the film here. But if you want to see an example of a bad movie which wasn’t the result of someone meddling with the script, then you should check out this interview with the writer of Mega Shark Vs. Mecha Shark.
Those who enjoy crocheting should appreciate this free bat pattern.
If last year’s massive selection of free printable Halloween window silhouettes somehow just wasn’t enough, you can find more here.
With just a few items found around the house, you can make a giant spider to scare visitors on Halloween. But what’s a spider without a web? Thankfully HGTV has a tutorial on making spider webs out of trash bags.
If you loved the original artwork from the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark series, then you need to check this out.
The above PD image was taken from Defense.gov
Gravedigger’s Local 16 is not to be held responsible for the content on or anything that may occur (be it good or bad) as a result of visiting any links on those sites (or constructing a project that’s detailed on them). Attempt at your own discretion.