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Tentacle Attack Bookends Perfect for H.P. Lovecraft Books

by Paul Strauss

I have a recurring nightmare about being attacked by some sort of creature with too many legs. I’m not sure if it’s from playing too many FPSes, or from reading about Cthulhu. Heck, maybe it’s from visiting the aquarium. Who knows. But if you’re not afraid to have some tentacles hanging around your bookshelf, then you’ll definitely want to check out these bookends.

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They’re made by Knob Creek Metal Arts, and feature a cutout of a woman being abducted by some sort of creepy tentacled beast – I’m going with a Kraken, but it definitely could be Cthulhu, or just some sort of giant octopus. Or maybe a septapus. Maybe it’s just Squiddly Diddly.

Each pair of Tentacle Attack bookends is handmade from steel, and sells for $43(USD). Grab a pair now, before the tentacles grab you instead.




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