One look at the Sam Heinous Mask, and it seems quite clear why it is called thus. Indeed, it does look quite heinous, although the name is also a play on words, one that references the traditions of Halloween before it was named. The name has its roots in Samhein, a Celtic celebration that many believe was the inspiration for Halloween. On Samhein, the door to the otherworld opens, allowing all manner of spirits, both good and evil, through. In the case of this mask, a sinister spirit has possessed a pumpkin, transforming it into a wicked monster. This beastly gourd has a crinkled, wrinkled face, rounded like a pumpkin and covered in small yellow growths. The eyes are carved out to reveal milky yellow orbs, while a green stem forms the nose. The usual carved mouth of the pumpkin is missing and is instead filled with jagged teeth, giving this mask a truly monstrous look. The mask is made entirely from high-quality latex. It is designed to cover the entire head when worn. Concealed slits, just near the eyes, allow the wearer to see out with ease. Does the spirit of Halloween have a name? Well, now he does, as this Sam Heinous Mask is a solid embodiment of horror that will be sure to scare the daylights out of many.
- Sinister Pumpkin Mask Named After Halloweens Origin
- Displays an Impressive Level of Detail
- Overhead Design Conceals the Face
- Perfect for Halloween, Costume Parties, and More
- Made from High-Quality Latex
- One Size Fits Most Adults and Older Teens