A zombie apocalypse is not here yet. We are not set to experience one anytime soon, at least not by my calculations. However, if you’re eager to have a flesh-hungry undead zombie creeping in your yard, then this Zombie Garden Statue fits the bill perfectly.
The Zombie of Montclaire Moors Sculpture was designed by artist Alan Dickinson. The zombie is, in fact, Alan’s most macabre and haunting statue. One look at him and you can tell that he is not for the faint-hearted. With his creepy living dead eyes, this realistic grey-toned zombie is as scary as they come.
He was sculpted with high-quality materials. His body was hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with polyresin. This makes him very durable and hard to kill (except you shoot him directly in the head). The body of the zombie is coated with UV-resistant paint. So your zombie is comfortably a terror not only at night but also when the sun is up.
Spook out guests
If you are familiar with The Walking Dead series, surely you realize that you can become part of the army of the undead with as little as a scratch. Even as this zombie claws his way out of the ground in your garden, he aims immediately for your legs. So watch it when you walk about the house, lest you become turned.
You might want to save this advice just for yourself, and let unsuspecting visitors witness the first-hand horror of encountering the zombie. With any luck, they’d give out a loud shriek upon their first look at the zombie’s lifelike and soulless eyes. And the kids? Oh, the kids might get really creeped out, perhaps to the point of tears.
Easy to set-up
The Zombie of Montclaire Moors comes in three separate pieces that require a simple assembly. You can also vary the position slightly depending on the landscape or ground you are working with. This creeper looks so realistic with his horrifically detailed expression, from its crooked fingers to its wide-open mouth.
A proper prop
The Zombie Garden Statue makes for a great scary prop for Halloween and zombie or apocalypse-themed outdoor parties. He fits perfectly at a gravesite or cemetery headstone. He could also be used to decorate a haunted bathroom, bedroom or kitchen table.