Oh Yeah, It’s Friday The 13th!

If you know us well, then you know that we LOVE Halloween, and with today being Friday the 13th, it kinda adds that spooky look behind you atmosphere and watch out for those black cats eerieness.  There are only 110 days left until Halloween (yeah, I know, we’re counting down the days) and we wanted to share with you some of our Halloween products that we have and perhaps maybe you’ll find something that you want to add to your own Halloween props!  (NOTE:  Click on any image to be taken to the actual eBay listing)

Want to add some awesome cobwebs to your bushes this year?  This Cobweb Machine will do the trick.  Just attach the fan-like can to your own drill, add the fluid inside the fan, and turn on your drill.  It is the coolest thing you will ever see!  Even spray cobwebs over your tombstones in your yard to give your yard an eerie effect. 

We have also created some really neat Frankenstein Lighted Glass Blocks to add some fun to your Halloween.  Place it on your kitchen counter, bookshelf, bathroom, or anywhere you want some Halloween whimsy.  Everyone will smile when they see Frankie smiling back at them!  We also have two sizes available in these lighted glass blocks, small & large.  (you can also slip the glass block in a stand to raise it up off the counter, and these are sold separately)

You can’t celebrate Friday the 13th or Halloween without Jason Voorhees, right?  We have a hard to find Jason Voorhees Tombstone that is unbelievable!  It has so much detail and gore on the tombstone that you will think that he’s gonna crawl right out of it!

Now, this item is something to scare the pants off your neighbors and the trick-or-treators!  It is called a WOW Window Poster that’s a werewolf.  All you do, is hang it up in your window and turn the lights on in your house!  That’s it!  Then head outside to see how the werewolf glows in your window!  It is the coolest prop we have ever seen!  You could even add a blinking strobe light behind the poster too to give it a neater effect.  This werewolf scares the pants off of us when you see him snarling back at you – larger than life!  Eeeek!  We also have more WOW Window Posters for Halloween too, like black widow spiders and Mummies!

Got Fog?  Well, we bet you don’t have one of these!  This Spewing Corpse Animated Fog Machine Accessory will be a perfect addition to your own home haunt.  He moves back and forth while spewing fog out of his mouth.  The kids will love it! 

Got some old jars or bottles just laying around?  If you don’t, start saving some!  Then, just stick these Scary Halloween Bottle Labels right over your bottles for some creepy fun.  Then fill the bottles with some food coloring and water.  Who couldn’t use a little “Blood Thinner” or “Snake Venum” sitting on their counter! 

There is always room at this Motel!  Hang this Official Psycho Bates Motel Sign in your window and invite all those zombies and tired travelers into your motel!

We have the neatest Halloween prop….ever!  This is a 6′ Lighted LED Slender Ghost that you can use outdoors or indoors.  It just takes a few minutes to put it together, but it is the brightest ghost you will ever see!  We have a few of these ourselves, and always leave one in the living room to add a great Halloween effect indoors!  This prop comes with stakes that you use to insert it in your lawn too!

Who likes coffee?  Why not drink it out of this Halloween coffee mug!  You can never have enough coffee mugs, right?  I know that our cabinet is filled with them, and we all have our favorite mug to drink our java from every morning!  The back side of the mug has “Boo” on it. 

We already have Jason Voorhees, and we also have Freddy too!  Get ready for another nightmare on Elm Street with this Freddy Official Licensed Prop!  This prop features Freddy breaking through a wall and it can be used indoors or outdoors.  Freddy’s coming for you!

 

 

 

 

 

Add this Grave Bustin Pumpkin to your own home haunt!  He stands only 2 feet tall, but it full of detail!  These types of props are great to stand next to your tombstones in your yard!

As you can see, we’ve got you covered for Halloween with tons of decorations and props, so check us out on eBay and see why everyone stops at our store for their seasonal needs!

 

Enjoy your Friday the 13th and make sure you watch out for those black cats!

When Friday the 13th Meets the Hamburglar

It all started with a piece of…mulch.  Well, actually, it started on Thursday the 12th for me and led into Friday the 13th, which doesn’t surprise me on how it ended.  You know us dogs, we like to investigate, we like to sniff, and we love to eat things that we are not supposed to, like mulch, for example.  This is exactly what I did.  Unfortunately for me, I found out the hard way that eating mulch is NOT a good thing for dogs in general, and definitely as it turns out, NOT a good thing for me.  I am so inquisitive about, well…everything, and all of that stuff around Mommy & Daddy’s flowers looked good enough to…eat, and that is what I ended up doing – eating the mulch!  I found out the hard way that this is something that us dogs should not eat because it can make us sick, and sick to the stomach is what I got, not to mention what happens on “the way out” of our stomach when we, well…have to “go” – “It’s not a pretty sight” of what is left in the grass. 

If you remember in one of my earlier posts this week, I had to go to the “V E T S” to get my nails trimmed, and you all know how much I hate that, not to mention on what a baby I am about it all, well….because of my “mulch eating“, I had to head back to the “V E T S” on Friday morning because I got sick and threw up.  (Bummer for me)  “Oh no, not this place again!” is what I said to Mommy when we drove up to the “V E T S” and I started to wonder “what in the heck did I do to deserve to come to this place (again)“.  I sat with Mommy in the waiting room and actually kinda hid behind her chair for a bit before I heard my name being called (again).  I knew that today’s visit was NOT going to be a good thing, I just knew it.  Immediately entering the room, I was swooped off my feet and placed on that cold steel table (Mommy was right there by me comforting me as usual) by the nice Doctor and his assistant.  No matter how sweet that guy talked to me, I did not want him messing around with my “back end” and taking my temperature, but that is what happened.  Eeeeek!   At least I found out that  my temperature was normal, but I was being sent home with some prescription medicine and special prescription dog food to eat over the weekend.  So, did you think that I learned my lesson that I should not eat mulch?  Probably not, but I hope that I don’t have to go through this again because having a sour stomach is not a fun thing at all. 

Well, don’t think that the fun Friday the 13th festivities ended with that trip to the vets, as it got worse!  I spent most of the day trying to recover from a sick stomach, took a few naps to rest, and waited for Daddy to come home from work.  Then “it” happened.  I did the unthinkable…. while Mommy stepped outside for a few minutes, I….well, helped myself to the plate that had their dinner on it that she was thawing – hamburgers & hot dogs.  I ate the whole raw hamburger right off the plate that was sitting on top of the stove behind Mommy’s back!  When Mommy came back into the house, I ran up to her with such a smile on my face (and at that moment she did not know what I had done yet) but, she did….seconds later when she went to get the plate off the stove and saw only the hot dogs laying there.  She ran to the window to tell Daddy what I just did, then grabbed the phone to call the “VETS” to see what she should do for me.   They ended up telling her that since I am already on medicine for a sick stomach, that I should be ok & that for dogs eating a raw hamburger is not the same thing as a human eating it, so I lucked out….luckily.  Sooooo, Mommy & Daddy watched me all night long to make sure that I did not, well you know…throw up again (and to my & their surprise, I did not). 

So, the moral of this story is never is it a good thing to eat mulch (but we’ll do it anyways because we’re dogs) and Friday the 13th & bad things do happen in a goofy kind of way.  (at least no black cats crossed my path that day)  And, Daddy, I promise to try to not eat things that I shouldn’t. (fingers paws crossed)

Mulch is not our friend…
Love & puppy burgers, Nikita