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Farmer grows 'freakish Frankenstein pumpkins' in time for Halloween

Emily French of Foxes Farm Produce in Basildon, Essex, U.K. poses with a "freakish Frankenstein pumpkin" that has been grown from a special spooky-face-shaped mold. (Supplied by WENN)

Emily French of Foxes Farm Produce in Basildon, Essex poses with a "freakish Frankenstein pumpkin" that has been grown from a special spooky-face-shaped mold.

The mold is placed around the pumpkin when it is small and green and usually takes around two to three weeks to take full effect as the pumpkin grows inside.

The technique was introduced some years ago in the U.S., where Halloween is celebrated much more widely than in the U.K.

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