Fillmore pumpkin patch owner debuts new spooky creations

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A Fillmore pumpkin patch owner famous for "Pumpkinstein" has debuted some new spooky skull creations. (KABC)

First came Pumpkinstein, and now it's the son of Pumpkinstein!

A couple years ago, Tony Dighera of Cinagro Farms in Fillmore grew pumpkins that look amazingly like the monster of lore, and it was a hit. This year, he came up with spooky new creations.

If you want one, Erewhon Markets carry them all. Mother's Markets carry the originals only.

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