The Jan-o-lantern comes to life
Tulsa woman turns pumpkins into people
TULSA, OK - Carving a pumpkin is a right of passage for most kids, but Karrah Jo Youngblood has turned it into a semi profession.
Karrah is a graphic designer by trade and she is now using her skills to carve amazing pumpkins.
She doesn't carve your typical jack-o-lantern, instead she carves peoples faces. Karrah has carved dozens of faces, from Pee Wee Herman to the Beatles and even "The List" host Jan Jeffcoat.
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