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If you’re anything like us, you’re counting down the days until you can get your hands on anything pumpkin spice and start throwing up faux cobwebs all around your house. That is, if you don’t have the real ones already festering in the corners of your living room.

With the fall season quickly approaching and Halloween just around the corner, can you figure out if these goodies are real or fake? Test your knowledge below.

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From zombie flamingo lawn ornaments to spooky advent calendars, the Halloween season is fully upon us. While we still have several weeks until autumn officially kicks off, that hasn’t stopped stores from unveiling their new products.

Thanks to Target, Halloween doesn’t feel so far away as the retailer quietly began unveiling their spooky 2019 collections.

The store took it up a level from last year’s decorations, introducing three new collections: Pumpkin Parlor, Ghoulish Garden and Moonlight Bash.

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Pumpkin Parlor decor and party collections are described as “orange and black twist with painted pumpkins and plush creatures.” Ghoulish Garden Decor features “rare specimens, bright botanicals and cloches [to] create a quirky conservatory” including terrariums and pumpkins.

Moonlight Bash decor and party collections allows customers to “spook up [their] house with neon Halloween lights, studded pumpkins and a DJ skeleton.” Studded pumpkins and a rock-centric candle holder are truly all you need.

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The store also has their usual Harvest Decor with “floral wreaths, garlands and plush pumpkins [to] get everyone to embrace autumn.”

As if all the creepy decor isn’t cool enough, Target also just announced a new collection of costumes for children with disabilities. The brand introduced costumes that allow kids to transform their wheelchairs into a pirate ship and a princess carriage. Check out some of the Target products here.

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The retailer also unleashed some spooky The Nightmare Before Christmas kitchenware. The line based on the Tim Burton film includes bowls, dish towels, salt & pepper shakers, mugs and more. You can see some more of it here.