Looking for a creepy model kit that’s easy to put together? One that is also a toy that you can play with and frighten yourself? Check out these cool Vampire and Mummy Strange Change Model Kits. Open the lid on this casket and you’ll find a snarling vampire leering at you. Close it, open it again and he’s changed into a harmless skeleton. Close and open it again and the vampire’s back. What sorcery is this? I love these kinds of toys. I think I have to buy both and display these in my lair.
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I can’t think of a better way to death-cessorize, than to wear this cool Coffin Belt Buckle. I don’t know if this chick is a vampire or if she just met an unfortunate end, but she looks good. The coffin even has a little window so she can look out and enjoy the scenery aka dirt. That is one sweet belt buckle peeps.
This Black Fleece Coffin Pillow is the best way to rest in peace. Just rest your head on this baby and take a nice nap. Don’t worry about bed head. You should be more concerned with dead head. Too bad it doesn’t come with some bedding, cuz I love dead in a bag stuff. I mean bed in a bag. More like bed in a bodybag. Am I right? High five. No? It’s dead in here.
Be buried in the best when it comes time for your long goodbye. These extravagant luxury coffins from Saddleback Leather will have you resting in peace and in style. It is an 87″ x 36″ hardwood box covered in leather with nine full-grain hides. It has six reinforced handles for carrying, straps to hold the lid on, a pigskin lining inside, with a full-grain leather pillow for comfort, pockets for storing mementos and a large wooden plaque that can be customized. It’s everything that a dead body could want. All for around $25,000.
The irony! The haunted house ride in Hong Kong promises visitors they will “experience being buried alive alone, before fighting their way out of their dark and eerie grave”. Turns out that is so true! A man died after he was hit by a mechanical coffin as he walked through the haunted house attraction. He was found unconscious five minutes after entering the Buried Alive ride at Ocean Park, in Hong Kong. Apparently, he wandered into a maintenance area, where you can apparently die because coffins are zipping around.
In Hong Kong, they don’t mess around. They not only kill ya, they supply the coffin.