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Give trick-or-treaters a fright with a crime scene-inspired window or clear glass front door. To create this temporary effect, pick up a bottle of red glass paint at the craft store (Gallery Glass brand is particularly effective). Because this type of paint plasticizes, it essentially creates a mess-free decal you can just peel off after Halloween. For a bloody dripping effect, squeeze some along the top of the window; apply splatters with a paintbrush and dip your hands in the paint for gruesome handprints.

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 Crime-Scene Front Door or Windows

The chill-inducing Rosenheim Mansion in Los Angeles was built in 1908 by architect Alfred F. Rosenheim and even served as his personal residence for years. The 14,000-square-foot home has quite an extensive resume, too. It has been the eerie filming location for several TV shows, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Twilight Zone and FX’s American Horror Story.

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American Horror Story

Dribble glue from a hot-glue gun all over a piece of PVC pipe and a foam cup to make what looks like a long-burning candle. Insert a much-safer battery-operated tealight in the middle to make the candle glow. If the candles are placed under a black light, they will glow in the dark – perfect for any haunted house.

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