This cemetery fence should keep all zombies, ghosts, ghouls and goblins out of-- or in-- your yard. In either case, these ghoulish gates are a great Halloween decoration. Put it at the corner of your lawn or on the porch, add some fake graves (sold separately), and get set for a Halloween extravaganza! Also a fun haunted house decoration.
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Great looking fence
Comments about Spirit Halloween 1.5 Ft Cemetery Fence - Decorations:
I paid heed to those that said they supported the fencing with rebar or other stakes before even attempting to set up. Bought rebar and pre-painted flat black and used black zip ties to connect & support the fencing. I bought 6 sets and tied them all together to create about a 12' run. Received a lot of comments on how good it looked.
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I will be buying more for this year
This fencing looks great in the yard around the cemetary
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Great decoration for your graveyard
The fence was delivered in a timely fashion but a couple of the decorative points on top were broken off. Frankly, this was ok for me as it gave the fence a little spookier appearance for my graveyard. The fence looks terrific - color, texture and design are all great. If you plan to have these be free-standing fences (in your yard or flower beds) you have to be careful about hammering them into the ground - the spikes at the bottom can break especially in harder ground. I don't think it's intended to be hammered into the ground. What I did was to get some three foot dowel sections and hammering them into the ground. Then I attach the fences to the dowels with zip ties. Otherwise - a great product.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I would buy again
from Spokane Wa
About Me Midrange Shopper
I have 4 sets of these to border my outdoor Halloween graveyard. I highly recommend using something other than the plastic fence itself to hold the fence upright. I went to my local big box home improvement store and purchased several 2 foot lengths of rebar. I pound the rebar into the ground and then use plastic zip ties to attach the plastic fence. Works great! Keeps the fence in place and is inexpensive!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
By the halloween queen
Used in graveyard display for Halloween. Only ordered two - may have to get more!
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
About Me Budget Shopper
I attach this fence with zip ties to my chain link fence in the front yard. I don't have enough to make them all hook together so I have some hooked together and some hanging unattached at an angle to make it look like the fence is broken and falling apart. I also use some plastic chains (that match) to hook them together to make it look like (someone spooky) tried to fix it to keep people out of the haunted cemetary. It looks awesome and I have gotten lots of compliments on my yard.
from Durham, NC
About Me High-end Shopper
I just installed my cemetery fence for Halloween and am very happy with it. It can't handle anyone leaning on it, but other than that it should last for a couple of years at the very least. I recommend using a long screw driver to make the precise holes in the ground necessary for the fence to remain securely in place.
(11 of 16 customers found this review helpful)
One moderately windy day and this fence came apart and bent flat to the ground. Now I have metal stakes in the ground to hold it all up.They are so small you need to buy twice as many as you think you need.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Very Nice-looking Fencing
By Halloween Partygirl
from Coral Springs, Florida
I bought this fencing for an outdoor graveyard scene. It is very unique in its detail. Good to attach end-to-end. The only negative to them is the back side of them is not finished to match the front of them, so when you use them to completely surround an area of grass, the unfinished back side can be seen. Other than that, this is great Halloween fencing.
(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
By Halloween Fan
from Walnut Creek, CA
I built a Halloween display at work. These gates were the perfect finishing touch.
(19 of 19 customers found this review helpful)
best looking graveyard fence I've found
Bought a few sets of this graveyard fence a couple of years ago and got lots of compliments from the neighborhood regarding how realistic and scary it looks. Since it was a hit, I bought a few more sets of them to surround my front yard. The only problem I have now is where to store them all! The fence requires you to stake it into the ground. Please make sure your ground is soft as the fence is made of plastic and pushing too hard into hard ground can break the stakes off the bottom. I recommend starting a hole with a wooden stake and a soft mallet, then pushing (with both hands) little by little on each end of each section. The hard part is getting the fence to go in evenly on both sides and with each panel attached. One each side (ends) of the fence, you can then secure it with wire to add stability.Top off the fence with halloween lights, spiderweb, moss, and even a few props for an added spooky look.Pros: looks realistic, somewhat tall, can hang other items on it once assembled. Attaches to other sections of fencing very easily. Cons: bottom stakes on the fence can be broken if too much pressure is applied. Hard to push into hard ground (recommend soaking the ground with water for a while first)