Spooky Mansion, Super Scented Natural Wax Candle (8 oz)
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- The musky eerie scent of a spooky mansion combines cedarwood with the scent of sage and sweetgrass. Perfect for making your own house smell like a spooky mansion!
- Made with a Wood Wick
- Made with a natural vegetable wax with a beautiful crackled finish
- Super Scented to Fill Your Home with Fragrance - Burn time of 60+ Hours
- A blend of the finest essential oils and fragrance oils made with plant extracts
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The musky eerie scent of a spooky mansion combines cedarwood with the scent of sage and sweetgrass. Perfect for making your own house smell like a spooky mansion! Candeo Candle Handmade Candles - Made in the USA! Let your cares melt away as our rich, true to life fragrant Candles fill your home with aromatic bliss. Our candles will burn cleanly without the soot, smoke and harmful chemicals that many other candles emit! They will fill a minimum of 1000 square feet with fragrance, and are strongly scented from the very first burn, to the very bottom of the candle. We are so confident that you will love your new handmade candle, that we offer a full money back guarantee!
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Guise. This smells like a Spooky Mansion. Serious.
Someone mentioned wood planks in their review. Yes. This. To me, it smells like that house that has been abandoned. No one knows how long. The yard has gone to seed, but it's not quite over run. Weird how it always seems to maintain that same constant state of sort of decay. It always seems cloudy there, even on sunny days. The house that kids dare each other to travel the walkway, touch the porch railing and run back, terrified and out of breath. Did one of the curtains move? I swear it did. The group runs off, terrified, laughing.
And then one night, many years later, with the bravado that comes with being in your teens, someone ups the ante. "I dare you to go inside." There's no way you can back down. You tell yourself it's just a creepy old house in disrepair and no one's lived there in years because, well, no one wants to. It's old and starting to fall apart. It's TOTALLY not haunted. Right?
But as you take the steps, one by one, wondering if your shaking hands can be seen from the edge of the walkway where your friends are watching, you question if this was such a good idea. You give them a grin that masks your heart beating frantically in your chest. You definitely saw the curtain move. As a matter of fact, it looks like there's someone inside.
You grasp the doorknob. Turn it. The air that pushes back into your face is of slightly damp wood. Peeling aged wallpaper. Ancient, intricately carved furniture covered with sheets. Curtains that have been drawn for quite sometime. Monsters that may or may not be in the closet, or waiting just past the doorway.
You turn on your heel after touching the banister according to the dare and the door slams behind you seemingly of it's own accord as you run back to your waiting friends, losing yourself to adrenaline fueled laughter. Back on the porch, the curtain falls back into place as you disappear into the night.
That is what I smell within this candle.