Haunt your guests with these Halloween party decorations

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You can transform your abode into a haunted house if you please.

October is exciting for many reasons: cooler weather, leaves turning, and the inevitable takeover of pumpkin spice everything. But the best part of the month comes with all things spooky for Halloween.

There's nothing like decorating for a Halloween party. It's just the best, especially if you're a fan of horror in the first place. Whether your party is in the planning stages or you're just feeling festive, we'll give you some of the best options out there to make your party the one everyone talks about all year.

1) Turn your lawn into a graveyard.

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Every lawn is made better by a few headstones. This pack of four will get you started if you just want a few, or grab several packs if you want to make it a full-on resting place for the fictionally dead.

Price on Amazon: $19.99

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2) Make your hedges frightful with some eyeballs.

The whole "strange eyes peeking out at you in the darkness" trope can be yours with a few strings of these Peep n' Peepers lights. Each set comes with three pairs of eyes, which will blink and glow to your specifications. Expect to hear the screams of children when they get a load of these.

Price on Amazon: $15.55

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3) Ring the bell from hell.

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Why ring the regular bell when you could ring an eerie-sounding one that will blink at you balefully?

Price on Amazon: $24.74

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4) Terrify them before they get in the door

When you step on this doormat, it emits shrieks of fear. This can also be used year-round if you want door-to-door salesmen to go away forever.

Price on Amazon: $12.98

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5) Serve a bloody good drink.

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Up your Halloween drink game by serving up drinks in blood bags. Clip them up for the guests' arrival before everyone gets too drunk to remember how cool your event was.

Price on Amazon: $19.99

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6) Bloody up the whole place, while you're at it.

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Stick em anywhere you want to add a touch of gore. Splatters on the floor that lead to the bar are lovely.

Price on Amazon: $4.29

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7) Hang up some festive garland.

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This is so awesome, it needs no explanation. However, if you happen to be dressed as any famous murderer this year, it ought to come in handy if you need to chase someone down.

Price on Amazon: $4.29

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8) Serve some freshly prepared brain.

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Brains are sexy – that is, until they're on a plate. This is a gelatin mold that makes an extremely realistic-looking organ, which ought to be fun to see people try to eat. It might not be a real brain, but people will react like it is!

Price on Amazon: $5.99

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9) Put on some terrifying, standout TV.


By far one of the coolest Halloween items we've seen this year, this haunted TV's screen will bulge as a skull pushes out of it when you switch it on. Not only does it have that sweet vintage look, but the sounds it makes win it the prize of creepiest prop by far.

Price on Target: $50.00

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10) Invite some creepy beasts to peer into the windows.

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This set of posters can be hung over your windows to make it look as if spiders are creeping their way inside. Stick them up, turn on a light, and your house looks significantly less inviting. Don't blame us if your guests leave early.

Price on Amazon: $19.99

Buy it here

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