Fright-Rags drops their Shelly the 13th tee!

It's official: Fright-Rags has truly outdone themselves this time.  A freakin' Shelly tee?!  Are you kidding me?

But that's not at all, as well as this new F13 Part III tee, they've got a few more new releases this month as well, including some Trick 'r Treat goodies.
October is upon us, and Fright-Rags is helping horror fans celebrate in style with new apparel from Trick 'r Treat, Hocus Pocus, The Worst Witch, Mr. Boogedy, and Friday the 13th Part III.

Fright-Rags' new collection dedicated to Michael Dougherty's Trick 'r Treat is highlighted by the Samhain combo pack. Limited to only 31, the set includes a Trick 'r Treat lighted foam pumpkin, hand-carved by renowned pumpkin artist Ian Fetterman, and a T-shirt designed by Ralf Krause. Shirts, hoodies, and baseball tees with Krause's artwork can be purchased separately. Another Trick 'r Treat shirt designed by Chogrin and custom-knit crew socks are available as well.

Fright-Rags has new shirts based on three childhood Halloween favorites: Billy Butcherson from Hocus Pocus (by Abrar Ajmal), The Worst Witch featuring Tim Curry (by Abrar Ajmal), and Mr. Boogedy (by Coki Greenway).

The Trick 'r Treat collection is on sale now at Fright-Rags.com, with pumpkins limited and moving quickly. Every order placed during October will receive a Fright-Rags membership card with a unique discount code ranging from 10-50% off your next order.

With Friday the 13th coming later this week, Fright-Rags has a special Midnight Madness release in the works. A tribute to Friday the 13th Part III's Shelly - who gave Jason Voorhees his iconic hockey mask - will be available exclusively for 24 hours on Friday.
Here's some other goodness from Fright-Rags (available now!)...



Damn...I really want that Shelly tee...

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