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For one month of the year, a decrepit and disturbing front yard actually evokes awe and envy from the neighbors. Check out these outdoor Halloween decorations to turn your mild-mannered lawn into a hellish graveyard scene!
These giant inflatable eyeballs stare down incoming trick-or-treaters as they scamper toward your front door. They're lit from within and battery-operated, so they can be placed virtually anywhere to create the illusion of a giant monster lurking just around the corner.
For the serious Halloween neighborhood, decrepit graveyards are a dime a dozen. Opt for a more artful look with this chalkboard-detailed set. The punny names and delightfully shabby-chic style adds a more whimsical vibe.
Dial up the fear factor by hanging this terrifying mid-metamorphosis corpse from your front porch. The body is a lightweight wire frame, covered in web-like gauze, and users love how it seems to swing creepily in the breeze.
Illuminate the pathway to your front door by staking in these 2.7-foot-high solar-powered LED light stakes. Affordable enough to buy in multiples, they can also add eerie atmosphere as garden lights for an outdoor Halloween party.
The devil's in the doorbell — er, details. Push the button, and it opens its glowing eye, looks from side to side, and recites one of many ominous greetings. Users tout that this Halloween animatronic is just the right level of creepy for little ones to enjoy!
Bare-branched trees have a spooky nature all their own, but if you want to give your neighbors a real scare, buy this craggy faux face in multiples to give your surrounding trees a sinister stare.
Prop up this skeleton in anwith the Sunday paper, or string it up from an over-the-door hook in your entryway — its 5-foot-tall plastic frame is detailed with discolorations and cracks, and looks plenty unsettling wherever it's laid to rest.
Don't limit your ominous ambiance to the indoors. This best-selling fog machine is easy to stash behind a shrub as it pumps out thick layers of ground-level clouds, shrouding your lawn and unsettling all who pass through. It even comes with a starter pint of fog fluid to get you started!
Equal parts kitschy and creepy, swap out your regular lawn ornaments for this flock of zombie birds.
Constructed of weather-safe plastic, this blood-curdling kitty (frozen in an attack stance), greets incoming trick-or-treaters at your front steps or walkway.
This oversized arachnid is about 5 feet wide, sending chills down the spines of all who approach your doorstep. Its lightweight construction allows you to mount or hang it easily from above, and its adjustable legs can be posed so that it looks like it's about to lunge at the next person who rings your doorbell.
Create your own garden of un-earthly delights for Halloween with this trio of plastic resin heads. Crafted to look like aged, moss-dappled stone sinking steadily into the ground, they can be easily wedged into the grass and left out in any weather.
Hang this gory meathook garland along your threshold or front-porch banister to set a truly menacing mood. Though it looks aged and bloodstained, fear not — the piece is made of plastic.