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CREEPY CRATE UNBOXING: No Time-Out is Going to Stop the Reign of Terror of These Chilling Children

The December/January Creepy Crate collects all the baddest babies in one place.

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‘Tis the season to be spooky—the December/January Creepy Crate has arrived, and it's overflowing with macabre goodies. You can expect more “slay” than sleigh" this winter, as the season of childish joy and innocence gives way to this collection of killer kids.

Whether they're vessels of unspeakable evil or just born to be bad, there's nothing more chilling than a villain with a cherub face. People always say kids grow up fast, and you should be hoping they do, as the biggest horrors seem to come stuffed in tiny packages. From devilish classics like The Omen to campy robot horrors like M3GAN, this crate is a veritable daycare center from hell, paying homage to all the best (or worst) kids in horror.

In the December/January Crate, every subscriber will receive a bundle of items featuring your favorite terrifying tykes. Each Crate also contains two chilling books, including a physical paperback copy of either No Child of Mine by Nichelle Giraldes or Let Him In by William Friend, as well as a free ebook download of Only the Devil is Here by Stephen Michell.

Cracking open this exciting crate, you'll find a foreboding The Omen beanie along with a Halloween 4 iron on patch celebrating a sinister return.

Tap into your creepy and kooky side with am Addams Family souvenir cup, plus add some morbid flair to your home with a door sticker paying ode to the urban legend of the Black-Eyed Children and a magnetic calendar depicting Samara, Regan, Gage, M3GAN, and more of the creepiest kids around.

Don't already have a Creepy Crate subscription? No problem! Sign up now for just $39.99 with free shipping.

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