Morbid Valentine’s Day Gifts
Flesh is fleeting, but true love transcends the grave. Find the perfect morbid Valentine’s Day gifts for that special future corpse in your life.
Unearthed in Italy in 2007, the Lovers of Valdaro have been locked in an embrace for 6,000 years.
You and that special someone you can’t live without will eventually be worm food. Putrid corpses rotting in the dank earth. In the words of the great Tom Waits, “we’re all gonna be just dirt in the ground.” Or ground up chunks of bone in a can, depending on your preference. So celebrate the here-and-now by embracing the inevitable here-after with these macabre gift ideas to make your Valentine’s Day delightfully morose.
This collection includes anatomical hearts, occult lingerie (ritualistic orgy not included), post mortem jewelry, memento mori candles, and the annual favorite – Cult of Weird printable Ouija Valentines.
Ouija Board Valentines Cards
Conjure some mystical spirits of love with these printable Ouija board Valentines from the Cult of Weird shop.
Anatomical Heart Vase
Handmade resin anatomical heart vase
Dearly Departed FATALLY YOURS Gourmet Chocolate Box
Gourmet handmade vegan chocolates in the shape of skulls, bones, fingers, scarab beetles and more. These macabre Valentine’s treats are to die for.
Beyond the Dark Veil Post Mortem Photography
A book full of vintage post mortem and mourning photos
Alter Orbis Hanging Skeleton Pendant
Pewter skeleton necklace
Memento Mori Black Beeswax Heart Candles
All-natural, hand-poured black beeswax heart candles with skull and crossbones from Grave Digger Candles.
Occult Symbol Panties
Absinthe Witch Soap
Organic, vegan soap infused with wormwood for its healing, detoxifying properties.
Anatomical Heart Necklace
Stainless steel anatomical heart pendant
Dead Rose Coffin Bath Bomb
Pink coffin bath bombs topped with dead rose petals
Demeter Funeral Home Cologne
“Funeral Home is a blend of classic white flowers including lilies, carnations, gladiolus, chrysanthemums with stems and leaves, with a hint of mahogany and oriental carpet.” And maybe notes of embalming fluid…?