Item # 73001
UPC Code: 6 51174 73001 1
Product Dimensions: 14" x 14.5" x 4"
Suggested Retail Price: $24.95

Description: First seen in West Virginia during the Fall of 1966, Mothman quickly made it’s way into the annals of American myth. At an estimated 7 feet tall, with large wings, and eyes that burn red like embers of a blazing fire, the Mothman is a fearful image to behold. The explanations for this massive creature range from aliens to native American curses to inter-dimensional beings. Whatever it’s origin; it seems that catastrophe follows the Mothman throughout the world. Sightings dwindled after the deadly bridge collapse in Point Pleasant, WV for which many named Mothman as an evil omen. Later, as further proof, a creature resembling Mothman was spotted in the Ukraine shortly before the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Item # 73002
UPC Code: 6 51174 73002 8
Product Dimensions: 12"x 8.5"x3.5"
Suggested Retail Price: $14.99

Description: The practice of sticking pins in dolls, or poppets, actually has its history in European folk magic, not the Haitian religion of Vodou. Over time the practice evolved and became a method of cursing individuals with pain and suffering. Today the Voodoo doll has its roots in New Orleans Voodoo, which is a form of "hoodoo" or Southern folk magic. This evolution is believed to have stemmed from the slaves who used the poppets to keep their superstitious owners at bay. In traditional Vodou, the poppet, or pwen, is nailed along with an old shoe to trees near graveyards to act as a messenger between this world and the next. This is not done for ill effect as it is often portrated in movies.
Item # 73003
UPC Code: 6 51174 73003 5
Product Dimensions: 14"x 6" x 3"
Suggested Retail Price: $24.99

Description: The legend of Bloody Mary has been a figure of American myth for decades. However, many people don’t realize Bloody Mary was a real person. Mary Worth, a beautiful, vain, young woman, was killed violently in a car accident in the early 1960’s. Her face was horribly disfigured in the accident, thus the legend began. Mary was so angry over her mutilation, she swore to destroy all who called to her through the thing she loved the most … a mirror. Are the abundant mirrors of the world simple sheets of glass? Or does Mary wait patiently behind the reflective surface we so the words … “Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary ..."
Item # 73004
UPC Code: 6 51174 73004 2
Product Dimensions: 13.8"x 9.4"x4.3"
Suggested Retail Price: $24.99

Description: The mystery of the Chupacabra (translated as “goat-sucker”) began in 1947 on the colorful isle of Puerto Rico. Beginning with the vicious deaths and draining of blood of various animals, including goats, the infamous Chupacabra mythos spread quickly throughout Latin America. Sightings stretch as far south as Chile, and as far North as Maine. While scientists often have alternate theories regarding the killings, no solid facts disproving the Chupcabra’s existence have been found.




 

 

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