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Halloween Fonts - Alphabetical Listing

Dripping Blood Fonts and Scary Halloween Dingbats

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The dripping blood fonts are especially popular around Halloween — even in black they look like they've been dipped in or written in blood. Add a little graphic enhancement from scary Halloween dingbat fonts and you've got the perfect font for Halloween Web pages, Halloween party posters and invitations or decorations. There are also a handful of less scary fonts for a more classy Halloween. Browse this alphabetical list.

10 Lil' Ghosts

FE 10 Lil Ghosts
Font Environment
The name of the font says it all. More would be nice, but they are cute.

Blood of Dracula

Blood of Dracula Sample
An Old English type font from Brad O. Nelson is dipped in blood.

Bloodfeast

Sample of Bloodfeast
An ALL CAPS dripping blood font by Brad O. Nelson with little 'drops of blood' all around.

Bloodgutter 99

Sample of Bloodgutter 99
© J. Howard Bear
Graham Meade created this light, skinny sans serif font with the drips.

Bloody

Sample of Bloody
James Fordyce crafted this ALL CAPS dripping blood font with little drips from the letters.

BN Manson Nights

Sample of Manson Nights
© J. Howard Bear
These bold bleeding letters created by Ben Nathan almost have a stencil look to them.

Double Feature

Sample of Double Feature
Reminiscent of old classic horror movies (probably the reason for the name). ALL CAPS font but a few of the 'lower case' characters are slightly different from their 'upper case' counterparts.

Gargoyles de France

Gargoyles de France Halloween Font
These aren't your typical gargoyles of stone. Find fun images of grotesque characters in this cool Halloween dingbat font.

Gothic Ultra

GothicUltraSample.png

 Just the barest hint of horror. See how you can use this calligraphy style font for Halloween.

Groovy Ghosties

Free Halloween Font GroovyGhosties
Some of the ghosts-shaped-liked-letters are difficult to decipher but on the plus side there are numbers and several common marks of punctuation. This Halloween dingbat comes from Ray Larabie.

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