How to Scare Children on Halloween - “Bad Children from Last Halloween…” The source is Pinterest from someone who actually did this.
Mickey Mouse in The Haunted House (1929)
The next time you don’t feel like eating your lunchtime apple, consider turning it into something terrifying instead. Redditor AirmanElmo used a razor to make shallow cuts in the shape of a face on his green apple. After leaving to dry in the sweltering Las Vegas summer heat for a week, the once green apple had become a seriously creepy shrunken head.
Imagine how a few shriveled faces like this, strategically placed in your Halloween candy bowl, would give trick-or-treaters a fun scare when they reach in to grab their sweets.
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Lydiia lunch’s first appearance on a film interview!!!!
"You do not need pasta."
occupation: ugly friend
This guy had his wife make a bite impression in clay for me to cut into his shoulder. Cutting/removal scarification by Brian Decker of Pure Body Arts.