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Scary Halloween Life size Coffins For Halloween

Updated on April 22, 2014

Life Size Caskets For Home Halloween Decorations

Halloween is such a fun time of year for the entire family. Okay the little ones like to go and get candy. But when you get older it is really fun to decorate and make the front yard of your house as scary as possible.

One way to make your yard really creepy for Halloween is to do a Scary Graveyard scene. When you ad tombstones, and real size caskets it can be really scary and fun for everyone. It also very in expensive. You can get coffins for Halloween that are made of cardboard but they look very real.

Then once you have your Halloween Graveyard scene be sure to add some ghosts, vampires, skeletons and of course zombies. However I think the best thing to put in your casket would be a Halloween mummy.

And to make it even creepier be sure to add some fog. You can get a foggy effect by using dry ice. Then add some spider webs and spiders and don't forget the creepy music.

Halloween Coffin

I think though the scariest home Halloween decorations is by having Halloween Corpses and a Halloween Spook that jumps out and scares people. I've even seen props that appear to be a prop suddenly move and it just is too funny when people scream.

But once you scare your guest, be sure to pass out a generous amount of Halloween Treats. Make Halloween 2010 the best year ever.


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    • Wendy Krick profile image

      Wendy Krick 7 years ago from Maryland

      I am ready too Sandy! :)

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

      I'm all geared for Halloween!

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 7 years ago from London, UK

      They are just great and I loved Halloween when my kid was snall.