- Dripping gory fonts and scary Halloween dingbats
- 10 little ghosts
- Manson Nights – DaFontFree.net
- Gargoyles de France – DaFont
- Groovy Ghosties – TypoDermic Fonts
- Halloween Borders – DaFont
- Bad October – Fonts4fFree.net
- Ill October 98 – DaFont
- Monster Party – DaFont
- Pumpkin – Urban Fonts
Dripping gory fonts and scary Halloween dingbats
Dripping blood fonts are especially popular on Halloween. Even in black, they look like they’ve been dipped or written in blood. Add some graphic enhancements using scary Halloween dingbat fonts and you have the perfect fonts for Halloween web pages, Halloween party posters and invitations or decorations. There are also some less scary fonts for a cool or small Halloween party. The fonts shown here are free to download.
Most of these fonts are available in TrueType or OpenType format.
10 little ghosts
10 Lil Ghosts is an OpenType font from the font environment. The name of the font speaks for itself. Would still be nice, but they are cute.
BloodFeast is a dripping blood font created by Brain Eaters Font Co.
Manson Nights – DaFontFree.net
Manson Nights’ bold bleeding letters, created by Ben Nathan, have almost a stencil look…a bloody stencil look.
Gargoyles de France – DaFont
The Gargoyles de France font is not filled with your typical stone gargoyles. Find fun images of grotesque characters with this cool Halloween dingbat font.
Groovy Ghosties – TypoDermic Fonts
Groovy Ghosties is a figurative font. Some ghost-shaped letters are hard to decipher, but then again, there are numbers and a few common punctuation marks. This Halloween dingbat font is from type designer Ray Larabee.
Halloween Borders – DaFont
The Halloween Borders font is a well-drawn collection of lanterns, skulls, and tombstones that work well on their own or paired with spooky borders and frames.
Bad October – Fonts4fFree.net
“Ill October” is a diverse selection of traditional Halloween images, including a witch, black cat, skulls, tombstone, ghosts and bats in a cut out style. The font also has devil faces, shapes and symbols.
Ill October 98 – DaFont
Ill October ’98 features many simple cutouts of classic Halloween images and symbols. If you already have an early Ill October, you’ll only find a few different dingbats here.
Monster Party – DaFont
The Monster Party font features several well-rendered images of classic monsters, creatures, and actors from movies and television. They are not pretty, but certainly appropriate for the season.
Pumpkin – Urban Fonts
The Pumpkinese font can be repetitive, but if pumpkins are your thing, you need this font from Tim Watkins. It may appeal to young children with its clear letters and simple pumpkin shapes.
Ray Larabee created this gory mess, which is basically a neat, orderly sans serif font with a dripping blood issue. This can lead to murder and pogrom from anyone.
The Skullz font is more than just a collection of skulls and crossbones, although there are a few to choose from. This is a nice collection of skulls and bones in different styles.