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PHOTOS: Ray Villafane’s Crazy Zombie Pumpkins and Ghouls Return to the New York Botanical Garden

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On October 28, 2012 @ 12:03 am In carousel showcase,Features | 1 Comment

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One of our most blockbusting posts last year featured pumpkin carver extraordinaire Ray Villafane’s gory zombies [1] bursting from a giant pumpkin, and though we didn’t think it was possible, but he went even more over the top this year [1] creating an insane, free-standing disemboweled zombie [1] pulling an army of other ghoulish gourds. Villafane was at the New York Botanical Garden this weekend gutting a selection of massive pumpkins and shaping them into a frightastic 3D vignette of freakish orange creatures [1]. Trust us when we say that you cannot miss these photos [1] of the master at work and of the finished product, but don’t blame us if you have unsettling dreams tonight.

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