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Hearse Girls and Chariots of the Dead at HearseCon’s Decay and Shine Hearse Show (Some Images NSFW)

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HearseCon 2015 invited the public to a car show of a different color on Saturday: The prevailing mood — and color — was black, as you'd expect at the Decay and Shine Hearse Show. Photographer Brandon Marshall was there to shoot these images of classic hearses and ambulances, Gothic pinup girls and other gnarly guests as they reveled at the Frightmare haunted-house complex.

Now see the full HearseCon Decay and Shine Hearse Show slide show

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