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How To Make Vintage-Looking Halloween Masks

Halloween masks of the 70s and 80s were plastic store-bought variety, but prior to that, folks made their own masks often times. Some of the masks they came up with were very unsettling. I believe they are much scarier than any "realistic" werewolf and clown masks of today. Part of the charm was that these masks were vague. What exactly where these people dressing up as? And the emotionless blob-shaped faces were robotic and unsettling.
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