Skulls and eyeballs and murder, oh my! It's a Halloween Montage!

Updated Oct 12 2015

The ghoulies and creepies have come out of the woodwork in the Offbeat Flickr Pool to give us some gore and glam for Halloween.

Photo by Dewey Street Photography
Tara and Jeremiah's start to their wedding is pretty realistic and scary. Good thing that fabulous ring is there to make us feel all warm and cozy again.

Photo by Morgan Bayard Photography
Kirsten and Jon had lots of Halloween details but the most awesome was this nom-worthy candy buffet with apothecary jars galore and Pop Rocks!

Photo by Morgan Bayard Photography
More candy buffet details including a glittery hand holding an apple. Is it poisoned?!

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Photo by Cindi Starr
I love this green dress/orange pumpkin/Fall day combination at Kelly and Quinton's Gamer geek wedding on Halloween.

The Rings You Could Be Saving With Geico
Photo by Cindi Starr
Kelly and Quinton also had these crazy eyeballs that made for awesome ring pictures.

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Photo by Jesse Hernandez
Shanna and LP stalk the forest in their spooky formal wear.

Photo by Wendy Scott Photography
Tribe member Dis666gyz's skull card box is Dia de los delightful.

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Photo by Ed Luna
I totally admire Tribe member Bria for being able to handle these babies. Horror movie or dominatrix? Either way I am so in.

Playing A Little Jason
Photo by Angelina Rose Photography
The devilish bride was blissfully oblivious to her impending doom via… her groom!

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  1. It's funny working at Pier 1 because I see our stuff everywhere! lol That glass head in the second picture is from our stores and it's the most awesome thing. 🙂

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