Zombie props are among the most desired these days due to the popularity of the zombie apocalypse theme in movies, TV shows, and books. When the undead walk the earth nobody is safe, so join in on the fun by setting out these scary props as part of your Halloween decorations.
Zombies are among the most terrifying of monsters because they have a visceral effect on people. Zombies aren't some creature or demon from someplace else. They are us. The zombie that attacks you might have been a friend or family member just moments earlier, before being killed and turned into a zombie himself. The zombie apocalypse represents a loss of control and a breakdown in society that spreads exponentially and is hopeless to prevent.
Zombie props do a very good job of creating that fear in anyone who sees them. These quality items look like real undead beings with rotting flesh, exposed bones, and bloodstained faces. Full life-sized figures appear like they're going to lumber after you. Partial zombie bodies look like they're dragging themselves along or are trying to dig out of the ground. Put them inside a cemetery scene to make them look like newly risen corpses.
You can make a zombie even more horrific by adding body parts, like realistic looking intestines, to the display. Hang them from the zombie's hand or stuff the end in his mouth. Add extra fake blood for added effect. And don't just stop with human zombie props. Get a zombie pet, like an angry deranged undead dog, to put outside. There are also part creepy, part weird zombie props like the horror garden gnome or zombie flamingo yard stake.