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22 Awesomely Spooky Makeup Ideas For HALLOWEEN

The half zombie.

Half-and-half face.

Zipper face.

And the more subtle zipper eye.

Screaming vampire.

Gaping maw.

Secret snake girl.

An eye mask — not the soothing kind.

Angry clown.

Hole in the head.

The mouthless demon.

Rockabilly zombie.

Slasher victim.********************

Creepy doll.

Skeleton girl.

Broken doll.

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The half-dead girl.

The notebook.

Patchwork doll.

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And broken doll.

And finally, the monster behind the mask.

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25 Of The Creepiest Looking Creatures In the world

Asian Sheepshead Wrasse.

This guy looks deadly.

Tube-Nosed Fruit Bat.

Well, bats need to breath too I suppose.

Bat-Eared Fox.

Something’s not right here.

The Shoebill.

This thing looks like it could several humans at once.

Cthulhu Larva.

There are no words…

Naked Mole Rat.


Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko.

The name says it all.

Turtle Frog.

This little dude literally looks like snot.

Frilled Shark.

Talk about a prehistoric nightmare. Yikes.

Metallic Beetles.

This one is the color of gasoline.

Poodle Moth.

It looks cuddly, but I’d still run in the other direction.

Cyclops Shark.

That’s too freaky.

Goliath Tigerfish.

Just imagine this thing, eating you alive.

Pinocchio Frog.

You can always tell when this frog is lying.

Marabou Stork.

What’s it hiding in that pouch!?

Celebes Crested Macaque.

Umm….ok then.

The Bilby.

Those ears.

Long-Wattled Umbrella Bird.

The bird with the hipster hairdo.

Lobster Moth Caterpillar.

Is there anything more horrifying than this name?


This only looks a little bit scary.


That is a disturbingly human looking monkey.

Trogloraptor Spider.

I’m terrified.

Star Nosed Mole.

This thing must be an alien.

Honeypot Ant.

So greedy, and creepy.

Wolf Fish.


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9 Things Thieves Are Looking For When They Target Your House

Door Knob Flyers

What a lot of robbers will do to inspect your house before they rob it is hang one of these little menus up on your door. What that allows them to do is get a close up view of your house, any entry points, easiest routes to the door, etc. Be aware of who is coming up to your door in general as well.


No Appliances On

If a robber sees that all the lights are off, the TV is off, and the computer is even off they think it is safe to assume no one is home. What happens next is a break in. To make sure that doesn’t happen to you, have timed lights go on after a few hours or once nightfall hits.


Your little savior for getting into your house when you’re locked out is also easy access for robbers. If you have one of these, be sure to hide it in a not so obvious place. Otherwise you might as well just hand your possessions over to your burglar.

Turning Off Your Alarm

This seems like a no brainer, but a lot of people will leave their security systems off when they go out for just a quick stop at the store or picking their kids up. Well, it usually only takes a robber to pilfer your house 8 minutes or less. So, be sure to keep that system on.

Advertising Which Security System You Have

Don’t do it. All that does is let a robber know which system you have and if they have the knowledge, and some do, how to hack the system. Makes for a pretty useless system, eh?

Having High Trees/Bushes

Tall shrubbery provides cover for burglars. If you wish to lure robbers into your home, having these tall branches not only hides the perp from your neighbors, but he will also be basically invisible to you as well.

Keep Your Lawn Kept

An unkempt lawn leads a robber to believe that there is a vacancy, aka no one home. If you keep your lawn well manicured, it shows a robber that you might very well keep your house that tidy by having a security system or the like.

High Fences

High fences provide cover for burglars. They can break into your house without detection from neighbors because they are blocked from view because of the high fences.

Keeping Your Valuables In Your Bedroom.

This is a big mistake. The first place robbers usually check is the master bedroom of a house for jewelry, money, and other valuables. To keep your family jewels safe, store them in an attic or basement. Those are the least likely places that robbers go for fear of being trapped.

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