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Contest Photo by: N82RST


Grim holds a tray which the Horseless Headsman uses as a mini stage to sing songs such as, "I Ain't Go No Body"


Utilizing an upright bass stand, a set of black sheets, a formal cape and other bits and pieces from Halloweens past as well as some plumbing supplies and assorted scraps of lumber Grim, became the stage for The Horseless Headsman.

The armature of Grim is positioned on a tricycle-like apparatus to allow mobility and a seat for the body to rest upon.

PVC tubing was cut and joined so that Grim had arms that formed a connection to the hands.

The covering shroud is merely draped and held in place by the cape and a few pins and Velcro; no sewing was needed.


  • The head has freedom of movement coming through the folds of material in an opening in Grim's chest, covered, in part, by the hairy wig.

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