Well-behaved children welcome

The rest will be made into pies

DIY Trick or TreatersOn the outskirts of civilization, where the occasional homestead or free-hold is separated by miles of corn, cows outnumber people, and two tractors meeting are likely to close a stretch of road while their drivers catch up on local gossip, there lives the far-flung haunter.

Halloween night can be a bit anticlimactic for this type. He’ll see few, if any, trick or treaters. This isn’t really an issue for the resourceful outland haunter with a healthy “build it yourself” attitude.

A ghost, a witch, and a devil walk into a ...

Kids made their own costumes

Lose your comb?  Wanna borrow my pitchfork?

This looks like a great place to kill twelve minutes

Stay in the light

I said stay in the light!

Ghost in the graveyard

Let's do this

4 Responses to “Well-behaved children welcome”

  1. Hey Headspook. Haven’t heard from you for a long while.

    P.S. those trick-or-treaters are fake, aren’t they :x ?

  2. Heh … yeah, been a bit. And I guess that depends on one’s definition of “fake”. :)

  3. I meant fake as in inanimate wooden frames dressed to look like innocent trick or treaters. I also noticed that the devil kid had two conspicuos looking peices of wood stapeled to either sneaker. :lol:

  4. They’re not fake, they’re his FRIENDS.

    That first paragraph sounds a bit like Halloween in New Zealand. But with sheep. And in the spring.

    Great job on the trick-or-treaters, Spooky! They look fantastic! And very old-school too. The witch’s dress is wonderful.