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Five of Our Favorite Horror Holiday Gift Ideas for 2013

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With Christmas just around the corner, it's time to take a look at some great gifts for the horror fans in your life (or for your own holiday wish list). Here are just a few notable notions...
 
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Zombie_Feet
 
These zombie shoes will come in handy during the zombie apocalypse. And they're still useful if the apocalypse never happens. It's a win-win.
 
Poe_Candle
 
Yes, please. And why not add a six-pack or so of RavenBeer while you're at it?
 
Cthulhu_Chess
 
Because Cthulhu wins. Always.
 
DOTD_Sneakers
 
These would go well with the other custom made zombie shoes. In fact, these shoes are so awesome one can only hope that there never will be a zombie apocalypse, just so these sneakers don't get ruined with mud, blood and guts.
 
Doctor_Sleep_LTD
 
This would have been an awesome gift, and was for those lucky enough to have purchased a copy before it sold out. According to the website, the Lettered Edition sold out in seventy-five minutes, the Limited Edition sold out in four and a half hours, and the Gift Edition sold out in one week. However, Cemetery Dance has plenty of books by many horror authors – including more by Stephen King – so they're more than worth looking into this holiday season.
 

Nancy O. Greene started writing at the age of nine. Her short story collection, Portraits in the Dark, received a brief mention in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2007. Other works have appeared or will appear in ChiZine; Lovecraft eZine; Cemetery Dance; Tales of Blood and Roses; Haunted: 11 Tales of Ghostly Horror; Shroud Publishing's The Terror at Miskatonic Falls; Dark Recesses; Flames Rising; Smile, Hon, You're in Baltimore! and others. She has a BA in Cinematic Arts (Critical Studies) and a minor in English (Creative Writing) from the University of Southern California, and is a former Fellow of Film Independent's Project: Involve.

 

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