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CREEPY CRATE UNBOXING: Step into the Worlds of These Mistresses of the Macabre 

The February/March Creepy Crate celebrates the women of horror.

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Sometimes horror needs a woman's touch. The February/March Creepy Crate is on the way, and you won't want to miss out on the exciting goodies we have in store for you. In honor of Women in Horror Month, this collection is giving a nod to all of the grim girls of horror and true crime.

Whether you love a genre pioneer or just can't get enough of horrific heroines, I have a feeling you won't be able to resist this chilling crate. Let's just call it a woman's intuition. From seminal scares to timeless scream queens, this collection is a sorority of scares.

Get a sneak peek of what we have in store for you!

In the February/March Crate, every subscriber will receive a bundle of items featuring your favorite fearsome femmes. Each Crate also contains two chilling books, including a physical paperback copy of either Lone Women by Victor LaValle or Listen for the Lie by Amy Tintera (subscribers who receive Listen for the Lie will also receive an audiobook download!). Each subscriber will also get a free ebook download of Kissing Carrion by Gemma Files.

Among this spooky assortment, you'll find a power charger giving life to Mary Shelley's classic horror novel Frankenstein, as well as a notebook themed after true crime icon Ann Rule.

Stay caffeinated with a mug repping the unforgettable scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis, and strut around town with a tote bag showing off all the gnarliest final girls of horror cinema, including Sidney Prescott, Ellen Ripley, Nancy Thompson, Laurie Strode, and more!

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

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