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FILLMORE, CA: Tony Dighera, owner of Cinagro Farms, created what he calls "Pumpkinstein." After four years of trial and error, the pumpkins that are grown within molds of Frankenstein faces are on sale online and at stores for Halloween. In addition to 'Pumpkinsteins', Tony Dighera also creates uniquely shaped watermelons. <a href='http://edition.cnn.com/2014/10/29/us/pumpkinstein-scary-pumpkins/index.html?iref=allsearch'>FULL STORY AT CNN.COM.</a> Photo by CNN's Michael Cary.

FILLMORE, CA: Tony Dighera, owner of Cinagro Farms, created what he calls "Pumpkinstein." After four years of trial and error, the pumpkins that are grown within molds of Frankenstein faces are on sale online and at stores for Halloween. In addition to 'Pumpkinsteins', Tony Dighera also creates uniquely shaped watermelons. FULL STORY AT CNN.COM. Photo by CNN's Michael Cary.