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UNBOXING: Our Latest Creepy Crate Is Packed with Killer Goods for Your Home and Kitchen [SOLD OUT]

PLUS, a hardcover copy of the true crime book everyone is talking about...

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This month, we're helping you stock your kitchen with twisted culinary goods—from terrifying teaware and cookie cutters to a cannibal-inspired apron.

And for the cherry on top? Creepy Crate #7 includes a hardcover copy of the TRUE CRIME BESTSELLER everyone is talking about: I’ll Be Gone In the Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer by Michelle McNamara!

This box sold out FAST! Keep reading below to see what you could have gotten – and be sure to sign up for our next Creepy Crate.

1. Cannibal Apron

Emblazoned with one of Hannibal Lecter's most delicious quotes, this black-and-red apron will remind guests to inspect their meatloaf before chowing down.

2. I'll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara

Michelle McNamara's bestselling true crime book chronicles her search for the Golden State Killer, one of the most prolific murderers in modern U.S. history whose reign of terror began in 1976. The case had gone cold until April 25, 2018, when authorities arrested a man they believe to be the Golden State Killer. Sadly, McNamara passed away before she could see the release of I'll Be Gone, or witness this month's remarkable development. This book serves as a testament to her comprehensive investigative work.

3. Skull Tea Infuser

Dunk this little skull into your mug for a steaming cup of witches brew.

4. Golden Skull Sugar Spoon

A spoonful of sugar transforms into a glittering skull with this golden utensil.

5. Hatchet Cookie Cutter

An ax-citing, Borden Murders-inspired tool that will cut your cookies into deadly little treats.

6. Michael Meyers Flask

Hide the knives! Toast the impending return of Michael Meyers with this Halloween-themed flask. It's sure to conjure trouble wherever it goes.