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Lemax Announces Spooky Town 2009 Product Line

For a few years now I have been an avid fan and collector of the Lemax Spooky Town Collection. In case you haven’t heard of them or seen them, they come out in August each year in Michael’s stores and usually occupy an entire aisle of the seasonal items. There you will find a number of animated items with lights and sound effects that revolve around Halloween and horror that includes things like haunted mansions, graveyards, mummy’s tombs, and ghostly pirate ships. The line of products also includes smaller desktop pieces and individual items that includes vampires, witches, mummies, and a collection of materials like trees, fences, and tombstones that enable collectors to create their own Spooky Towns.

The 2009 Spooky Town line has just been announced which includes 72 new items which includes ten new haunted houses. Online orders for this collection begin in February and will receive a 20% discount. The additions and retired list can be viewed here.

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There are 3 Comments to "Lemax Announces Spooky Town 2009 Product Line"

  • ILozZoc says:

    Oh, god, I can’t keep up with these things! And I’m running out of room. But they are so cool.

  • lemaxialove says:

    I have seen that village video. Its from one of the members of Building New Worlds. Always liked that one.

  • [...] Little needs to be said for those familar with Spooky Town, which represents one of the highest search engine hits that bring readers to TheoFantastique. But for those who have not heard of it this is a special set of Halloween collectibles that began in 2001 and which is focused around various themes, including Gothic and classic horror, Egyptian mummies, pirates, and southwestern frights. Spooky Town includes large pieces with light, sound, and many times motion, as well as smaller table top pieces.  For those interested in learning more about the background and history of Spooky Town see my interview with distributor Joe Davis, and my post on the 2009 product line. [...]

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