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Ever wondered what makes things "go bump in the night?" This devilish creature by artist Moore is the boast of graveyard tales with its monstrously curled horns, spiked canines and forked tongue. It is cast in quality designer resin exclusively for Toscano and hand-painted to Gothic perfection.


Customer Review:
By PontoonPete from Yakima, WA

Works as advertised, but mom hates it. I tried sawing the horns off to make it more appealing, but she still doesn't like it. I guess I'm going to try putting sunglasses over it and hope she agrees to come out of her room finally.

Age: 26-30

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Customer Review:
By FlyGuy from North Platte, NE

Not very realistic. Skulls don't have horns. Duh. I don't know why anyone would want a non-realistic skull. There is literally no reason to own a non-realistic human skull. I thought the fangs and horns were smudges on my copy of the magazine, and not actually real.

Age: 31-35

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Customer Review:
By theatrebug from Oswego, NY

Ruined Hamlet. Used this skull for the part of Yorick but it was way too distracting with the horns and fangs and bright tongue. I have been uninvited from any future productions of Laser Shakespeare in the Park. I hold SkyMall personally accountable for ruining my theatrical aspirations.

Age: 36-40

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Customer Review:
By George from Casper, WY

My name is George and I bought this skull for my wife. My favorite food is mashed potatoes and my favorite animal is the horse. Thank you for your time.

Age: 41-45

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Customer Rating:
By lilcrabguy from King of Prussia, PA

Wow. I didn't think SkyMall was being serious with this one. I mean a fanged skull with horns? Figured it was a joke, so I ordered three. Well, the joke is on me because now I have three fanged skulls with horns and nobody at the swap meet will take 'em off my hands.

Age: 31-35

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Customer Rating:
By CouponDad from Shreveport, LA

Very comforting and encouraging. It has a terrifying appearance, but you can just put a blanket over top and it will still whisper words of support to you. Way better than a therapist, and understands me better than anyone.

Age: 41-45

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Customer Review:
By mommyblogging4life from Greensboro, NC

These skulls are absolutely not suitable for children. They depict a horrible, demonic creature that is sacrilegious and offensive to Christians. I sincerely regret ever buying one.

Age: 36-40

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Customer Rating:
By Hot_Rod from Grand Rapids, MI

Don't get any bright ideas. OK, first of all, those teeth are very sharp, and that tongue isn't exactly moist or malleable. This is pretty much just a decoration, and not a very appealing one at that. ONCE AGAIN, SkyMall fails to deliver a truly functional sculpture that does what it looks like it should do.

Age: 41-45

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Customer Review:
By WiccanDude from Santa Fe, NM

As far as horned skulls go, this is definitely one of the nicer models. It's got a lot of passion and spirit you can see. You can totally imagine this guy just screaming "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH" or maybe laughing manically nonstop. He also looks great on about any altar you can build. There are a lot of other skull sculptures available on SkyMall, but this one remains my favorite. My common law wife, who is disabled, does not like it, which is why I keep it in the shed with the lawnmower.

Age: 46-50

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Customer Review:
By frequentfryer from Gainesville, FL.

BROKE ALMOST IMMEDIATELY. Like within five minutes of taking it out of the box and having my brother in law Shaun throw it at head, the thing was on the floor in a million pieces. Thanks for all the dumb skull pieces, SkyMall. Real scary.

Age: 36-40

– Josh "Livestock" Boruff (@Livestock)

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