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There are a ton of different ways to carve your Halloween pumpkin, but most of the boring, traditional options aren't enough to get you noticed by the neighbours. Here are a few ideas we like that bend the norms and try something different, which you can use for inspiration on October 31.

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Video: OK, this pumpkin isn't carved but still, it's freaking floating in the air! Therefore under the rule known as things that can float in the air can be called whatever they want, I name this levitating pumpkin the best and spookiest Jack O' Lantern of this past Halloween.

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The internet's chock full of wonderful ways to carve a Halloween pumpkin every year, but few can hold a glowing candle to what the scientists, engineers, and researchers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab come up with. Every year the lab holds a pumpkin-carving competition and the results, and the carving techniques, are exactly what you'd expect from the geniuses who landed the rovers on Mars.

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The wonderful world of genetic engineering has given us gargantuan pumpkins the size of compact cars. But don't think it's going to stop there. In addition to spreading Halloween cheer and giving local evening news something to cover, giant pumpkins could eventually be grown to the size of a house and used as a cheap and temporary place for someone to live.

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The name "Jack O' Lantern" was originally one of the numerous names given to ignis fatuus (Medieval Latin for "foolish fire"), another of which is "Will O' the Wisps", basically the odd light that can occasionally be seen over marshes, swamps, and the like. "Jack O' Lantern" first popped up being used this way around the mid-17th century in East Anglia, UK and spread from there through parts of England, Ireland and Scotland.

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Everybody knows that everything is much more impressive when you add fire to it. Especially Halloween decorations. If you want to add some burning heat to your haunted house and/or burn some costumes off, watch this video that shows you how to make a flaming pumpkin. It's really easy. Like shockingly easy.

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Marc Evan and Chris Soria are amazing artists who can do more with a pumpkin than you can with a pen and paper and/or photoshop. In The Pumpkin Maestro, a short documentary about the duo by Tumblr Storyboard, you get to see what influences and motivates their work and the unique tools they use to carve pumpkins.

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When you carve your Jack-o-lantern this Halloween, try and keep it simple. Because no matter how good you are at carving, shaving and hollowing, you won't be able to match this epically designed pumpkin carving. Demons, ghouls, zombies, guts — all artistically sculpted from this 825kg pumpkin.

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Carving pumpkins with scary faces is kids stuff. Carving pumpkins with sexual scenes more explicit than you ever could have thought possible - that's what mature witches and warlocks do. If that sounds like you, say hello to Pornkins.

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This man is Hickcok45. His pumpkin carving tool of choice? A .40 calibre Glock. This is so much more efficient than those little orange-handled knives. And he only has to reload twice!