Eerie Emporium was created with one idea in mind, Halloween isn’t just a holiday, it’s a lifestyle. We exist so that witches, ghouls, goblins, ghost hunters and maybe the occasional axe murderer, can fill the unholy void present during the 364 days a year that aren’t All Hallows Eve. In the process, we aim to promote creepy creatives & diabolical artists, while selling killer stuff.
ABOUT EERIE EMPORIUM
Hello and welcome to Eerie Emporium, we've been dying to greet you! We are a small team of Halloween enthusiasts based in Nashville, TN that decided to turn our passion for all things spooky & creepy into a startup family owned business. The pumpkin-headed humans in the photo above are the co-founders of Eerie Emporium. Their hope is that you revel in their shared joy of all things weird, odd and macabre. Eerie Emporium was created with the vision of delivering a curated collection of goods that can blur the line between October 31st and every other day of the year - we believe that everyday should be Halloween!
Currently, our shop sells Lemax Spooky Town Halloween Village items, plus tons of additional creepy commodities and killer goods! This includes both new and vintage lifestyle goods, apparel and all kinds of other Halloween and Horror collectibles. Be sure to follow us on social media and subscribe to our newsletter for notifications about new Spooktacular items, frighteningly good deals and bone-chillingly great giveaways!
MEET THE GHOULS
Our love of all things eerie stems from growing up on Scooby-Doo, Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of The Dark?, Hitchcock, 80s Horror, Stephen King & even the occasional family vacation to Salem, Massachusetts, Anoka, Minnesota & The Lizzie Borden house. They plan to use this knowledge gained over decades of Halloween & Horror fandom to curate a wicked collection of kickass stuff for you, our superb and sinister shoppers.
In addition to the duo above, there are a few other monsters that help out, but like Big Foot, The Loch Ness Monster and Mothman, they'd prefer to hide in the shadows, appearing to the public every century or so.