Last month I attended the Halloween Club's 4th Annual Spook Show in La Mirada, California. It was my second year attending the event (you can check out pics and my report from last year here!), which is a fantastic outdoor market selling all kinds of Halloween and horror-inspired wares! The event brings together a wide array of vendors who sell anything from Halloween props and decor, to makeup, to taxidermy, to clothing and costumes, and much, much more! Pretty much anything you can think of, including art, jewelry, hair accessories, purses, knick-knacks, furniture, masks - all with a spooky twist of course! Plus there were also local haunts representing there, too, along with various Halloween entertainment vendors. The event is like a slice of Halloween heaven in springtime!
The hearse clubs were out in full force and we admired their hearses while
waiting in line to get in.
The turnout this year was massive, and even an Elvira impersonator showed up!
I loved these candles, bummed I didn't buy any!
Paws and claws
Lovely hair adornments! I was so tempted to buy the bunny ears!
One of the wandering creepy clowns took a selfie with Mister Spooky's phone!
Mirror, mirror on the wall...
There was so much drool-worthy jewelry at the event! I wanted it all!
This build-a-bowl from Southern Fried Vegan was filled with mac n cheese,
collard greens, and their famous fried chick'n! Soooooooo good!!! And I was
SO HAPPY they had vegan options at the event!
LA's Haunted Hayride had a cool booth!
One of my favorite stops was at FrightWares' booth! I've loved her jewelry for
quite some time and it was so wonderful to meet her in person!
More gorgeous FrightWares jewelry!
Phantom Coaches' hearse
Here's what I purchased this year - an adorable tote bag from Bearded Lady
Vintage that reads "The only thing I hunt are ghosts" (plus some free pins),
a bar of vegan soap from Hellflower Soap Company (their only vegan soap
is the unscented kind), two lipsticks from Black Moon Cosmetics,
and a moon and bat necklace from the lovely FrightWares.
I already can't wait for next year's event!
For more info, visit the Spook Show website!