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What you choose to do with your spare time is an easy way to define what sort of person you are. If you're forever helping out at your local homeless shelter then chances are that you're rather selfless and caring. But if you spend your days meticulously creating gruesome miniature murder scenes then, errmmm, well, hmmm...

These gory "die-oramas" showcase a variety of inventive death scenes, from a murderous clown to a gun-toting toddler and yes, they're horrific but we do like them quite a bit too.

Coming from the sick mind of a Redditor's wife, they're worryingly well-constructed. He might want to be careful...

You can see the full set here.

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