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American grows "Frankenstein" pumpkins

There are a lot of odd things in this world. Recently, an American farmer harvested strange pumpkins which strikingly resembled Frankenstein. Farmer Tony Dighera from California in the USA grew pumpkins with a so-called "disgusting appearance". The shape of these pumpkins was extremely similar to the monster in the film Frankenstein. In 2010, Dighera started growing oddly-shaped pumpkins on his own farm. In order to form the pumpkins they are placed in special molds. These particular pumpkins were thus placed in a mold fashioned into the shape of Frankenstein. According to reports, the wholesale price in Southern California is 75 USD for each 'Pumpkinstein', but the selling price is already higher than 100 USD.

Publication date: 4/20/2017


 


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