Things have got really creepy in Bentonville, Arkansas that's because of a very unique food trailer that's named "The Witching Hour."

Usually, you have to wait until Halloween for things to get a little spooky. Not at "The Witching Hour," the owner has taken his love for horror movies and turned his food trailer into a spooky-themed business that serves a concoction of killer food. As you order your food you'll be surrounded by some horrific characters such as Michael Myers from Halloween, Jason from Friday the 13th, Freddy Krueger from Nightmare on Elm Street, and a slew of creepy dolls, shrunken heads, posters, and other movie memorabilia.

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Even food items on his "Graveyard Grub" menu take on some names of the scariest characters in movie history.  And if that's not enough to give you the jeepers creepers "The Witching Hour" even shows scary movies on their outdoor screen on certain nights, should have called it outdoor scream.

Let's check out a few wicked items off their Graveyard Grub.

Chop Top's Chopped Cheese

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The Sawyer Family's crazy brothers use Leatherface's chainsaw to slice and cut up some Angus beef, piled high with pepper jack cheese, sauteed pepper, and onions to carve up their version of a New York Philly sandwich. Wait a minute is that devil's horns sticking out of that food?

Lord Cheddar Goblin

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Monster Mac and Cheese piled high on a quarter-pound burger with candied bacon bits, dripping with smoked honey hickory BBQ sauce. You'll be craving more meat when you take a bite out of this killer burger.

Pennywise Cheese Fries

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This is IT. Don't be afraid to eat this ghoulish pile of fries.

Jason S' Moreshees

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Chocolate pie with graham cracker crust topped with toasted marshmallows and served cold just like Jason at the bottom of the lake.

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All I can tell you is that if you are planning a trip to Arkansas this summer you have to take the scenic drive to Bentonville to check out "The Witching Hour." It's worth the drive!

Check out their Facebook page here for other devilish delights.

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