Goosebump Gourds from 13 Frankenstein Vegetables

13 Frankenstein Vegetables

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Goosebump Gourds

Though it looks like they contracted a disease from a science fiction movie, it's just a couple of freaky gourds.

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Pumpkins... Kind of

We're pretty sure these gourds are straight from a Grimms fairy tale.

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Hair-Raising Heirloom Tomatoes

This tomato is having an "Alien" moment.

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Green Pepper...

Or "The Blob"?

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Severed "Carrot" Hand

What happened? Did Carrot Top steal something?

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Eerie Ear-y Eggplant

This is one vegetable that infamous vampire rabbit, Bunnicula, might not drain.

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Pom Pom Mushrooms

Item on the list of ingredients for a witch's brew.

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Radioactive Tomatoes

Bite into one of these heirloom tomatoes, and you might get superhuman powers.

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1,004-Pound Pumpkin

What's in the soil in Sumner, Washington? It truly is a "doozy."

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Curse of the Black Pepper

Perfect for Halloween, the dark-purple variety of pepper is totally goth.

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Pinocchio Tomato

It seems this tomato has been telling lies.

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"Siamese" Conjoined Cucumbers

In a to-be-written Stephen King novel, the triplet veggies perform in a traveling sideshow by day and terrorize townships by night.

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Creepy Climbing Cucumber

If it were a horror movie, the cucumber would have come alive and attacked the whole town.

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13 Frankenstein Vegetables