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Ghoul Girls Calendar Pays Tribute to Favorite Monsters and Shows Some Skin

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Sexy Beetlejuice. Two words I wouldn’t put together. But Candace “VampireKitten” Miller makes it work in her Ghoul Girls calendar.

Ghoul Girls began in 2007 as a fun way for horror fans to get experience as photographers, make up artists and models. It’s expanded into a models-meet-monsters business that provides tutorials for working models and photographers as well as a place to sell their work.

“The goal was to create a niche within the horror genre with a twist that would not only be entertaining, but also a tribute to our favorite things. We give long time and new models exposure in a high traffic/non-exclusive setting that is fun for all involved,” Miller said.

Check out images from their 2013 calendar below, including tributes to My Bloody Valentine and Twilight Zone, and order it here.








 

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