More pictures below, so read on…if you dare…Double double toil and trouble: (Top shelf, l-r) Large chocolate skull, small chocolate gargoyle, coffin gift box with chocolate bones, chocolate mummy; (Bottom shelf, l-r) Small silver chocolate skulls, hot chocolate, chocolate bones.The chocolates are incredible – the mummy is covered in white chocolate bandages whilst the skulls come in bronze and silver, perfect for a Hamlet moment. I also love the coffin gift boxes, which are so beautifully wrapped (see below for a picture of the contents).By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes! In this case, an adorable little witch with her broom on a hand-crafted Halloween card: totally charming.Fortnum’s are particularly famous for their hampers, and I absolutely adore the Halloween take they’ve done on them, from black wicker baskets to gift baskets and coffin-shaped gift boxes.From left to right: Truffle box, biscuit tin, Catacombs chocolate, candied apples.Vampires, ghosts and gouls, oh my! Clockwise: tubby chocolate ghost, vampire lollipop, candy eyes of newt, ghost biscuits (who you gonna call? Ghost biscuits!)Clockwise: Chocolate coffin with chocolate bones (this is what comes in the little gift wrapped coffin boxes), chocolate poison toads, chocolate fingers, painted egg decorations.The gingerbread house: I love this as a concept. It’s a kit to make your own haunted mansion! I can tell you now there won’t be any crumbs left once I get my hands on this.Fortnum’s are also known for their incredible window displays and their internal displays are just as fabulous. Finally, if that’s left you wanting more, how about picking up this collection of ghost stories? And if you’re too scared to read it, you could just eat it instead….it’s made of chocolate. Truly spooktacular!