These Gothic Coffin Tea Light Candle Holders are to die for. Well, maybe I wouldn’t go that far, but they create a great atmosphere. I’m talking mood lighting. They are coffins with tea lights in them. Therefore, I now put my hat on my heart and say a few words about the passing of these tea lights. Ummm. Yeah, I got nothin. Didn’t really know them that well. Sorry.
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Edgar Allan Poe Stories and Poems is a modern graphic novel take on some amazing gothic classics. It includes seven of Poe’s stories with some very cool illustrations. This 120-page graphic novel features Poe classics like “The Cask of Amontillado,” “The Masque of the Red Death,” “The Tell-Tale Heart.” It also includes Poe’s poems “The Raven,” “Annabel Lee,” and “The Bells.” This is a must for fans of Edgar Allan Poe.
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Of Course I’ll have some tea. Fill it up till you can’t see the bat anymore. This Black and Gold Bat Teacup and Saucer is soooo Gothic Chic. Absolutely batty. I like that little piece of chocolate they put on the saucer. I’ll have some more of those please. What do you mean I only get one? You ever seen a flying saucer lady? You about to see a flying cup and saucer if you don’t give me my damn chocolate!
Damn. That is a big bag of skulls. You get 12 skulls that you can decorate with, talk to, whatever. It’s a bag and it is full of skulls. It’s a skull-filled bag is what I’m saying. And you know what THEY say, 12 skulls are better than one. I myself plan to use them as mini bowling balls in a public bowling alley just to see people’s reactions. What would you do with a big ass bag of skulls?
This Sting Of The Scorpion Skull Mirror looks pretty cool. I’ll just freshen myself up here and comb my hair, while I scare myself senseless cuz A. That mirror is creepy and I see myself within the skull and B. That scorpion now appears to be crawling on my mirror-face. In other words, I love it. By the way, did you hear the one about the scorpion who became a director? His name is David Pincher. Ha ha ha ha ha.