We've found 31 recommended Halloween books! - These are the books that will give you all the Halloween feels. Some are fictional, some are non-fictional. Whatever route you choose, I hope you'll enjoy one of these books this Halloween season.
1.THE OCTOBER BOYS BY ADAM MILLARD
A gang of twelve-year-old boys are trick-or-treating in London. Off in the distance, they hear the discordant chimes of an ice-cream truck. It seems strange to hear on a cold autumnal night, but their thoughts of maximizing their candy haul soon dismissed its incongruous melody… until they saw the rusting hulk idling in the shadows at the end of the street, its driver a faceless shadow.
That was the night he took one of them.
Years later, Halloween is fast approaching and Tom Craven is still haunted by the events of that dark night, especially the fact that their friend was never found. Increasingly plagued by horrific visions, Tom returns to the place where it all began, only to discover he’s not the only one who can feel it. His friends have already arrived and are preparing for a battle which could get them all killed.
The Ice Cream Man is back… and he’s come for the ones that got away.
2.HALLOWE’EN PARTY BY AGATHA CHRISTIE
At a Hallowe’en party, Joyce, a hostile thirteen-year-old, boasts that she once witnessed a murder. When no one believes her, she storms off home. But within hours her body is found, still in the house, drowned in an apple-bobbing tub.
That night, Hercule Poirot is called in to find the evil presence. But first he must establish whether he is looking for a murderer or a double murderer.
3.WHAT OCTOBER BRINGS: A LOVECRAFTIAN CELEBRATION OF HALLOWEEN (SHORT STORY COLLECTION)
Halloween, a time for laughing children in white bedsheets and superhero costumes. A time for chocolate candy, and pumpkins, and Trick-or-Treat.
… a time for dark things everywhere to slink out of the shadows and into our lives, reminding those unlucky few that our charades of Halloween cannot erase the centuries of history and pain behind the facade…
What October Brings celebrates the dark traditions of the autumn rituals, of Halloween and Samhain, in homage to the uniquely fascinating fiction of HP Lovecraft. Masters of the short story offer you a “once in a lifetime” Trick-or-Treat experience…
4.HALLOWEEN SEASON BY LUCY A. SNYDER
Halloween is the most wonderful part of the year for many of us. For dedicated fans, the season begins when the leaves start turning autumn colors and doesn’t finish until Hallowtide ends in November. With it comes a whole lot of fun: scary movies and stories, haunted houses, seasonal sweets, spooky decorations, costume parties, and of course trick or treat. But Halloween is also a deeply spiritual time for some; it’s an opportunity to remember and honor loved ones who have passed on.
Master storyteller Lucy A. Snyder has filled her cauldron with everything that Halloween means to her and distilled it into a spell-binding volume of stories. Within these pages you’ll find thrills and chills, hilarity and horrors, the sweet and the
5.OCTOBER DREAMS (ANTHOLOGY)
Classic novellas, never-before-published stories, essays on the history, literature and films of Halloween, and real-life memories of October 31st-from today’s best practitioners of fear.
6.SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES BY RAY BRADBURY
For those who still dream and remember, for those yet to experience the hypnotic power of its dark poetry, step inside. The show is about to begin. Cooger & Dark’s Pandemonium Shadow Show has come to Green Town, Illinois, to destroy every life touched by its strange and sinister mystery. The carnival rolls in sometime after midnight, ushering in Halloween a week early. A calliope’s shrill siren song beckons to all with a seductive promise of dreams and youth regained. Two boys will discover the secret of its smoke, mazes, and mirrors; two friends who will soon know all too well the heavy cost of wishes…and the stuff of nightmares.
7.THE HALLOWEEN TREE BY RAY BRADBURY
A fast-moving, eerie…tale set on Halloween night. Eight costumed boys running to meet their friend Pipkin at the haunted house outside town encounter instead the huge and cadaverous Mr. Moundshroud. As Pipkin scrambles to join them, he is swept away by a dark Something, and Moundshroud leads the boys on the tail of a kite through time and space to search the past for their friend and the meaning of Halloween. After witnessing a funeral procession in ancient Egypt, cavemen discovering fire, Druid rites, the persecution of witches in the Dark Ages, and the gargoyles of Notre Dame, they catch up with the elusive Pipkin in the catacombs of Mexico, where each boy gives one year from the end of his life to save Pipkin’s. Enhanced by appropriately haunting black-and-white drawings.
8.THE OCTOBER COUNTRY BY RAY BRADBURY
One more Bradbury classic for good measure.
The October Country is Ray Bradbury’s own netherworld of the soul, inhabited by the horrors and demons that lurk within all of us. Renowned for his multi-million-copy bestseller, Fahrenheit 451, and hailed by Harper’s magazine as “the finest living writer of fantastic fiction,” Ray Bradbury proves here that he is America’s master of the short story.
9.POEMS BEWITCHED AND HAUNTED BY JOHN HOLLANDER
A delightfully ghoulish array of specters and sorceresses, witches and ghosts, hags and apparitions haunt these pages–a literary parade of phantoms and shades to add to the revelry of All Hallow’s Eve.
From Homer to Horace, Pope to Poe, Randall Jarrell to James Merrill, Poems Bewitched and Haunted draws on three thousand years of poetic forays into the supernatural. Ovid conjures the witch Medea, Virgil channels Aeneas’s wife from the afterlife, Baudelaire lays bare the wiles of the incubus, and Emily Dickinson records two souls conversing in a crypt, in poems that call out to be read aloud, whether around the campfire or the Ouija board. From ballads and odes, to spells and chants, to dialogues and incantations, here is a veritable witches’ brew of poems from the spirit world.
10.THIS IS HALLOWEEN BY JAMES A. MOORE
Author James A. Moore offers up ten autumnal tales of the darker things that lurk just around the corner of Indian Summer. A man learns of a town’s obsession with scarecrows and tries to find the answers as to why they are so important. Children move through familiar streets and find that Halloween makes everything different. Tis’ the season when ghosts are real, witches soar through the night, and things in the Beldam Woods are not always what they seem. Sometimes it’s the monsters that wear the masks.
11.DARK HARVEST BY NORMAN PATRIDGE
Halloween, 1963. They call him the October Boy, or Ol’ Hacksaw Face, or Sawtooth Jack. Whatever the name, everybody in this small Midwestern town knows who he is. How he rises from the cornfields every Halloween, a butcher knife in his hand, and makes his way toward town, where gangs of teenage boys eagerly await their chance to confront the legendary nightmare. Both the hunter and the hunted, the October Boy is the prize in an annual rite of life and death.
Pete McCormick knows that killing the October Boy is his one chance to escape a dead-end future in this one-horse town. He’s willing to risk everything, including his life, to be a winner for once. But before the night is over, Pete will look into the saw-toothed face of horror – and discover the terrifying true secret of the October Boy…
12.DEAD LEAVES: 9 TALES FROM THE WITCHING SEASON BY KEALAN PATRICK BURKE
Strange text messages portend a strange kind of apocalypse…Two brothers find themselves drawn to the only house in the neighborhood not decorated for Halloween…A man returns to his hometown to bury his overbearing mother, and finds more than memories awaiting him in the shadows of his childhood home…A young girl walks a lonely country road, recalling a rhyme that brings with it memories of death…A teenager hoping for romance gets more than he bargained for when the object of his desire introduces him to the object of hers…An aging millionaire awakes buried in a cheap coffin with only a lamp and a bell for company…The son of a woman accused of being a witch accepts the villagers’ peace offering at her funeral, but all is not quite as it seems…A woman with a violent past realizes that this year’s Halloween party may be coming for her…and a lonely trick-or-treater awakes in a house rumored to be a place of death.
From Bram Stoker Award-winning author Kealan Patrick Burke comes the second in his series of seasonal collections. Featuring a brand new story “The Toll”, a new introduction, and rounded out by the author’s recommended Halloween reading and watching lists, DEAD LEAVES makes for the perfect autumnal read.
13.THE SAMHANACH AND OTHER HALLOWEEN TREATS BY LISA MORTON
On one magical night of the year when the breeze is scented with dead leaves and pumpkin, when the days have grown shorter and winter’s first touch prickles your skin the barrier between worlds is at its thinnest, and dark magic abounds. Whether it’s the legendary trickster Jack about to acquire his first lantern, a teenage girl beginning to discover her own alluring power, or a fallen angel seeking redemption, Halloween’s sinister spell enchants all. The four novellas and ten short stories in this collection from Lisa Morton, one of the world’s leading authorities on Halloween, bring the ancient festival’s beauty and terror to vivid life.
In the Bram Stoker Award-nominated The Samhanach, a suburban mother’s world is turned upside-down when her daughter is taken by a legendary Scottish shapeshifter. The acclaimed Hell Manor pits a professional trickster against four of the malicious Irish sidh inside a haunted attraction. Other stories offer a young 1930s blues singer confronted by the Devil, a corn maze where a boy learns the real meaning of sacrifice, a rescue worker trapped in Edgar Allan Poe’s haunted woods of Weir, and a Halloween expert (named Lisa Morton) who discovers the real truth behind the Celts’ celebration of Samhain, the precursor to Halloween.
Now it is your turn to chew on these tasty morsels of fear, delight, horror, and optimism. These treats are now all yours to unwrap and devour. In the words of The Devil’s Birthday, you are about to join the best Halloween party imaginable.
14.HALLOWEEN FIEND BY C.V. HUNT
Strang isn’t the small, quaint town it appears to be. It’s haunted every night by a creature the townsfolk refer to as Halloween. Once the sun sets each day, Halloween emerges to collect its treats: a small, live offering from each household. The residents comply because no one wants to be the target of Halloween’s tricks. But the nightmare of residing in Strang is nothing compared to the yearly ritual Halloween demands of the citizens on All Hallows’ Eve.
15.DOORBELLS AT DUSK (ANTHOLOGY)
Doorbells at Dusk is a treasury of brand-new Halloween tales from both modern masters and rising stars of dark fiction, horror and suspense.
Halloween has always gone hand-in-hand with horror. The holiday gives many children their first taste of terror, the discovery and overcoming of fears. For those who find they love a good scare, that first taste can grow into a voracious appetite.
That might be why you’re looking at this book right now. If so, you’ve come to the right place.
These are the thrills you crave, packed into a collection that’s pure Halloween.
16.THE END OF SUMMER: THIRTEEN TALES OF HALLOWEEN BY J. JONZELLI
The world’s oldest celebration comes to life in The End of Summer: Thirteen Tales of Halloween, an anthology that honors the darkest and strangest night of the year. Each story is designed to be intrinsically and intimately about Halloween-its traditions, its myths, and its effects-and they run the gamut from horrifying to heartbreaking. Halloween night is the tapestry through which a haunted house, a monstrous child, a late-night drive to a mysterious destination, and other tales are weaved. Demons are faced, death is defied, and love is tested. And not everyone makes it out alive. The End of Summer has arrived.
17.HALLOWEEN: FROM PAGAN RITUAL TO PARTY NIGHT BY NICHOLAS ROGERS
Boasting a rich, complex history rooted in Celtic and Christian ritual, Halloween has evolved from ethnic celebration to a blend of street festival, fright night, and vast commercial enterprise. In this colorful history, Nicholas Rogers takes a lively, entertaining look at the cultural origins and development of one of the most popular holidays of the year.
Drawing on a fascinating array of sources, from classical history to Hollywood films, Rogers traces Halloween as it emerged from the Celtic festival of Samhain (summer’s end), picked up elements of the Christian Hallowtide (All Saint’s Day and All Soul’s Day), arrived in North America as an Irish and Scottish festival, and evolved into an unofficial but large-scale holiday by the early 20th century. He examines the 1970s and ’80s phenomena of Halloween sadism (razor blades in apples) and inner-city violence (arson in Detroit), as well as the immense influence of the horror film genre on the reinvention of Halloween as a terror-fest. Throughout his vivid account, Rogers shows how Halloween remains, at its core, a night of inversion, when social norms are turned upside down, and a temporary freedom of expression reigns supreme. He examines how this very license has prompted censure by the religious Right, occasional outrage from law enforcement officials, and appropriation by Left-leaning political groups.
18.TRICK OR TREAT: A HISTORY OF HALLOWEEN BY LISA MORTON
Halloween has spread around the world, yet its associations with death and the supernatural as well as its inevitable commercialization have made it one of our most puzzling holidays. How did it become what it is today?
Trick or Treat is the first book both to examine the origins and history of Halloween and to explore in depth its current global popularity. Festivals like the Celtic Samhain and Catholic All Souls’ Day have blended to produce the modern Halloween, which has been reborn with new customs in America—but there are also related but independent holidays, especially Mexico’s Day of the Dead. Lisa Morton lifts the cobwebs off everything from the explosion in popularity of haunted attractions to the impact of events like the global economic recession, as well as the effect Halloween has had on popular culture through literary works, films, and television series.
Taking us on a journey from the spectacular to the macabre, this book is a treat for anyone who wants to peep behind the mask to see the real past and present of this ever more popular holiday.
19.A SEASON WITH THE WITCH BY J.W. OCKER
Salem, Massachusetts, may be the strangest city on the planet. A single event in its 400 years of history―the Salem Witch Trials of 1692―transformed it into the Capital of Creepy in America. But Salem is a seasonal town―and its season happens to be Halloween. Every October, this small city of 40,000 swells to more than a quarter million as witches, goblins, ghouls, and ghosts (and their admirers) descend on Essex Street. For the fall of 2015, occult enthusiast and Edgar Award-winning writer J.W. Ocker moved his family of four to downtown Salem to experience firsthand a season with the witch, visiting all of its historical sites and macabre attractions. In between, he interviews its leaders and citizens, its entrepreneurs and visitors, its street performers and Wiccans, its psychics and critics, creating a picture of this unique place and the people who revel in, or merely weather, its witchiness.
Read my review of this book!
20.DEATH MAKES A HOLIDAY: A CULTURAL HISTORY OF HALLOWEEN BY DAVID J. SKAL
From acclaimed cultural critic David J. Skal, an in-depth look at one of the most popular-and perplexing-holidays in America. Using a mix of personal anecdotes and brilliant social analysis, Skal examines the amazing phenomenon of Halloween, exploring its dark Celtic history and illuminating why it has evolved-in the course of a few short generations-from a quaint, small-scale celebration into the largest seasonal marketing event outside of Christmas.
Traveling the country, Skal profiles a wide cross-section of America-hard-nosed business men who see Halloween in terms of money; fundamentalists who think it is blasphemous; practicing witches who view it as sacred; and more ordinary men and women who go to extraordinary lengths, on this one night only, to transform themselves and their surroundings into elaborate fantasies. Firmly rooted in a deeper cultural and historical analysis, these interviews seek to understand what the various rituals and traditions associated with the holiday have to say about our national psyche.
21.HALLOWEEN: AN AMERICAN HOLIDAY, AN AMERICAN HISTORY BY LESLEY BANNATYNE
Halloween has evolved from the Celtic celebrations of 2,000 years ago to become today the fastest-growing holiday in the country. This, the only book to completely cover All Hallow’s Eve, from its beginnings to the present, examines the ancient origins as well as its traditions and celebrations, from costuming to bobbing for apples. Jack-o-lanterns, black cats, and witches are explained. Ghosts, ghouls, and goblins lurk behind every page.
The book traces the contributions of America’s immigrants to the holiday, documenting the beliefs each ethnic group has added to the mix. Related recipes, poems, songs, and photos perfectly complement the meticulously documented text. The result is the most educational and entertaining examination of Halloween, its myths, and its truths.
22.THE BOOK OF HALLOWE’EN: THE ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF HALLOWEEN BY RUTH EDNA KELLEY
Since its original publication in 1919, Ruth Edna Kelley’s THE BOOK OF HALLOWE’EN remains the all time classic exploration of Halloween history, from the mysterious year end rites of the ancient Celts, to the autumnal reign of Samhain, the Druid god of death, to the coming to Europe of Christianity and “All Saints Day,” to the charming early 20th Century Halloween beliefs and customs of Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales, France, Germany and America. Filled with Halloween poems, games and tried and true ancient methods for divining the future (especially for discovering the identity of one’s future spouse!), THE BOOK OF HALLOWE’EN opens a captivating window into the past of one of today’s most beloved holidays.
23.HALLOWEEN: SPELLS, RECIPES AND CUSTOMS BY SILVER RAVENWOLF (ONE OF MY FAVES!)
Just where did the autumn gaiety begin? Let Silver Ravenwolf guide you through the cobwebby corners of time to uncover the history behind Halloween. Honor the spirit of this hallowed harvest holiday with:
Halloween magick: Prosperity Pumpkin Spell, Corn Husk Dolly, Solitary Harvest Moon Ritual
Magickal goodies: Candied Love Apples, Witches’ Brew, Sugar Snakes in Graveyard Dust
Halloween myths and superstitions: Black cats, scarecrows, pitchforks, witches, ghosts, and haints
Divination: Circle of Ashes and Stones, Magick Mirrors, Apple, Pumpkin Seed, and Water Divination
Rituals to Honor the Dead: The Dumb Supper, Samhain Fire, Soul Lights, Spirit Rattles and Spirit Bowls
24.THE HALLOWED EVE BY JACK SANTINO
In Northern Ireland, Halloween is such a major celebration that it is often called the Irish Christmas. A day of family reunions, meals, and fun, Halloween brings people of all ages together with rhyming, storytelling, family fireworks, and community bonfires. Perhaps most important, it has become a day that transcends the social conflict found in this often troubled nation.
Through the extensive use of interviews, The Hallowed Eve offers a fascinating look at the various customs, both past and present, that mark the celebration of the holiday. Looking through the lenses of gender, ethnicity, and religious affiliation, Jack Santino examines how the traditions exist in a nonthreatening, celebratory way to provide a model of how life could be in Northern Ireland. Halloween, concludes Santino, is a marriage of death and life, a joining of cultural opposites: indoor and outdoor, domesticity and wildness, male and female, old and young.
Although current folk and popular traditions can be divisive, Halloween in Northern Ireland is universally considered to belong to everyone, regardless of their background or political leanings. The holiday is a dramatic example of how a community comes together one day a year, and these Northern Irish traditions capture the fundamental and everyday dimensions of life in Ulster.
25.HALLOWEEN AND OTHER FESTIVALS OF DEATH AND LIFE BY JACK SANTINO
Why do we celebrate Halloween? No one gets the day off, and unlike all other major holidays it has no religious or governmental affiliation. A survivor of our pre-Christian, agrarian roots, it has become one of the most popular and widely celebrated festivals on the contemporary American calendar.
Jack Santino has put together the first collection of essays to examine the evolution of Halloween from its Celtic origins through its adaptation into modern culture. Using a wide variety of perspectives and approaches, the thirteen essayists examine customs, communities, and material culture to reveal how Halloween has manifested itself throughout all aspects of our society to become not just a marginal survivor of a dying tradition but a thriving, contemporary, post-industrial festival. Its steadily increasing popularity, despite overcommercialization and criticism, is attributed to its powerful symbolism that employs both pre-Christian images and concepts from popular culture to appeal to groups of all ages, orientations, and backgrounds. However, the essays in this volume also suggest that there is something ironic and unsettling about the immense popularity of a holiday whose main images are of death, evil, and the grotesque.
26.HALLOWEEN NATION: BEHIND THE SCENES OF AMERICA’S FRIGHT NIGHT BY LESLEY BANNATYNE
America’s leading authority on Halloween presents interviews with spooky rock groups, amateur vampires, haunted house creators, champion pumpkin carvers, and more, all in the quest of explaining the nation’s unique love affair with this holiday. The collection of essays and interviews explores the pop culture phenomenon that is Halloween, and why we celebrate it the way we do today.
27.PUMPKIN: THE CURIOUS HISTORY OF AN AMERICAN ICON BY CINDY OTT
Why do so many Americans drive for miles each autumn to buy a vegetable that they are unlikely to eat? While most people around the world eat pumpkin throughout the year, North Americans reserve it for holiday pies and other desserts that celebrate the harvest season and the rural past. They decorate their houses with pumpkins every autumn and welcome Halloween trick-or-treaters with elaborately carved jack-o’-lanterns. Towns hold annual pumpkin festivals featuring giant pumpkins and carving contests, even though few have any historic ties to the crop.
In this fascinating cultural and natural history, Cindy Ott tells the story of the pumpkin. Beginning with the myth of the first Thanksgiving, she shows how Americans have used the pumpkin to fulfill their desire to maintain connections to nature and to the family farm of lore, and, ironically, how small farms and rural communities have been revitalized in the process. And while the pumpkin has inspired American myths and traditions, the pumpkin itself has changed because of the ways people have perceived, valued, and used it. Pumpkin is a smart and lively study of the deep meanings hidden in common things and their power to make profound changes in the world around us.
28.LLEWELLYN’S LITTLE BOOK OF HALLOWEEN BY MICKIE MUELLER
This fun, pocket-size book shares everything you need to know to celebrate the festival when the veil between the worlds is at its thinnest. Filled with crafts, recipes, spells, tutorials, and other unique ideas, this little book will help you make the most out of this special time of year. Explore how Halloween was celebrated throughout history, from harvest festivals and the Celtic new year through All Souls Day and trick or treating. Discover décor ideas for the home or garden, and learn how cats, bats, ghosts, skeletons, and other popular symbols became associated with Halloween. This book is a must have for anyone who already loves Halloween or for anyone who wants to know how to mark the day with a witchy twist.
29.VINTAGE HALLOWE’EN: TRICKS, TREATS & TRADITIONS BY ROBERT S. PANDIS
This high-quality vintage art Hallowe’en book is what we have all been waiting for … A must-have for all those interested in Hallowe’en lore and its history told through the best of the vintage pictures, stories, and collectables. Full of vintage images, ads, rare “Holy Grail” collectibles, poems & short story vignettes depicting the evolution of Hallowe’en, especially over the last 100 years in America. This book will make a fine holiday book for all ages, and features “trick-or-treat” traditions and tales from the past. The book also includes vintage style art by Sam Heimer and Ideal Magazine.
30.THE BETTER DAYS BOOKS VINTAGE HALLOWEEN READER
Rediscover Halloween – the way it was meant to be! This one of a kind anthology of vintage Halloween history, superstition, facts and fun brings together two complete classic volumes – The Book of Halloween (1919) and Games For Halloween (1912) – along with more than 40 articles, reminiscences, stories, poems, and even sheet music, all published between the 1840s and the early 1920s, and all revealing and reveling in the spirit of Halloween as it was understood and celebrated in Europe and America during the 19th and early 20th Centuries. With more than 300 pages of text and nearly 100 vintage Halloween illustrations, THE BETTER DAYS BOOKS VINTAGE HALLOWEEN READER is the most comprehensive, informative, fun and heartwarmingly nostalgic Halloween reference ever compiled.
31.JACK-O’-LANTERN: THE STRANGE HISTORY OF THE HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN BY DAVID ACORD
The jack-o’-lantern is the symbol of Halloween around the world. But how much do you really know about this mysterious pumpkin? Probably not as much as you think! In this first-ever book-length history of the jack-o’-lantern’s long, wild ride through human history, David Acord (author of Old Halloween and Graveyard Groove: The Haunted History of Monster Music) gives you a trick-or-treat sack’s worth of new and fascinating facts. For instance – did you know that for centuries, the jack-o’-lantern had nothing at all to do with pumpkins or Halloween? Or that jack-o’-lanterns were once thought to be cursed souls, shape-shifting pagan faeries, ghosts of criminals and premonitions of death, to name just a few superstitions? From ancient Rome to medieval Europe to 21st-century America, discover the unbelievable truth about the beloved Halloween mascot! Most books on Halloween history only devote a few paragraphs to the jack-o’-lantern story. But there is so much more to learn! Illustrated with rare photos from the author’s collection, “Jack-O’-Lantern: The Strange History of the Halloween Pumpkin” was written for everyone who loves Halloween, folklore and mythology. In its pages you’ll find dozens of legends and eyewitness accounts of encounters with the mysterious jack-o’-lantern in its original form – a glowing ball of light that led nighttime travelers off the road and into the deep woods…or worse!“Jack-O’-Lantern: The Strange History of the Halloween Pumpkin: traces the legend from mankind’s earliest history to the twenty-first century. The jack-o’-lantern has continually transformed and evolved over the centuries. Find out where it’s been – and what’s next!
The following is our collection of purchase links: collected from the Internet, from which we do not receive any revenue, please purchase with caution.
jeksoen15FT scary Halloween mushrooms stones monsters giants inflatable arches
【Stunning Design】 15FT Halloween garden inflatable arch with flashing lighted ghosts, pumpkins, tombstone and bat. The creepy tassel arch door design enhances the spooky atmosphere around your Halloween party.
【Installment & Security】To let people enjoy Trick or Treating and Halloween costumes, please first zip up before inflatable then keep the inflatable arch secure to the ground with the plastic ground stakes and fastening ropes. Aside from this, please do not put anything on the blower and keep kids away from it.
【Premium Quality】 Made of waterproof material, energy-saving LED lights, durable enough for many uses.
【Super Size & Accessories】The Halloween inflatable is 15Ft in length and 9Ft in height, which make the Halloween decoration more impressive, suitable for Halloween festivities in your yard, garden, or street. ACCESSORIES: an extended cord, 6 ground stakes, 4 ropes, 1 air blower, and the UL-certified adapter.
【100% Satisfaction Guarantee】 Buy with confidence, if you're not satisfied with this inflatable at anytime within the first year of purchase, we'll provide a refund or replacement.