Why carve a jack-o-lantern when you can have a oddly shaped pumpkin that looks just like Frankenstein's monster?

California farmer Tony Dighera has created his own monster by experimenting with pumpkins. Dighera spent four years trying to find a pumpkin that would conform to the Frankenstein mold he designed.

Unlike the famed monster, Dighera's 'Pumpkinsteins' won't terrorize the countryside. However, he has shipped his creation as far away as the United Arab Emirates.

Compared to regular pumpkins, these monster pumpkins come with a monster price of $75.