String a Cocoon Corpse in a Secret Spot to Scare Your Guests on Halloween

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: Oct 2, 2012 • References: gadgetsmatrix
Liven up your Halloween party this year with a swinging cocoon corpse. The mummified-looking skeleton is almost devoid of flesh and is wrapped in a monstrous net, covering all 72 inches of what's left of its body. This spooky decorative item is great to hide in coat closets or behind washroom doors and freak guests out. You can even take this a step further by purchasing creepy crawlies like spiders and maggots and glue them onto the corpse.

If you're handing out candy this year, unlock your doors and let trick-or-treaters tap into the creaky entrance to discover a hanging cocoon corpse -- serves them right for barging in! Or even hang the undead from a tree in your front yard. That'll probably attract a ton more kids, so make sure you have enough candy to give out. Stats for Encased Undead Hangings Trending: Older & Chilly
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