Tony Dighera, a California famer is growing and selling his own organic ‘pumpkinsteins’ this Halloween. Tony came about the idea after experimenting with square watermelons. The Frankenpumpkins are a bit pricey however, selling for $75 a gourd. Tony was worried at first that the price was too high but the pumpkins are flying off the shelves. He said he had to price them that high due to the high cost of equipment used to make the plastic molds the pumpkins are grown in, as well as the time and effort he has to put in to make sure that each pumpkin grows to it’s full potential. Tony plans on trying heart shaped watermelons for this coming Valentine’s day as well as skull shaped white pumpkins for next Halloween.