As the arrival of the Great Pumpkin draws closer and school supplies are replaced with the ghoulish delights of Halloween, thoughts of trick-or-treating, haunted houses, pumpkins and parties creep forth from the cranial cobwebs. The real horror of these macabre delights is the vanishing act they can perform on everyone’s cash flow. Not to fear, we have a couple of suggestions that might ease the earnings erosion. For the cost of some card stock and printer ink, there are some festively fiendish finds on the weird wide web.
When the autumn breezes start to blow adding a slight chill in the air – haunted houses come to mind. Among these ghostly dwellings, the stately Haunted Mansion leads the pack. Over at Haunted Dimensions, Ray Keim has kindly crafted several versions of the home to 999 happy haunts. Along with tombstones, mausoleums and even a few Horror Nights inspired facades, these paper models are free to download and build. Crafting these eerie edifices doesn’t have to be scary when there are easy to follow haunted how-to instructions. Peruse the Paper Model Purgatory HERE (and take a peek around the site, you might just find a few other spectral surprises (like an exploration of a haunted estate at the Knoll!)
Another site for dark delights includes a haunted host of paper toys and models as well as video games, free terrifying tunes and a few ghost stories. RavensBlight has been around for a while which means there a boo-tiful bounty of monstrosities to discover. Visit them HERE.
Even if cost isn’t a concern, the projects found on these two treasure troves of haunted happiness are sure to be fun to build and display.