These Free Halloween Fonts are the best spooky, creepy, and even silly fonts available online. They won’t cost you a dime to download, install, and use for your next project.
10 FREE Halloween Fonts
What’s Halloween without a return of the dead? This Free Halloween Font typeface, aptly named Zombie, features rugged textures in an all caps style. Due to its display characteristics, reserve this typeface for headlines, title treatments, or important copy details.
Avara is a libre transitional serif curveless font based on a square grid.
This Free Halloween Font typeface designed by Raphaël Bastide evokes a rugged and mysterious tone with its geometry and lack of curves. Adorn this ominous typeface to a Halloween-inspired social graphic or promote your latest spooky-themed virtual event with the help of Avara as your headline. For accompanying typefaces, opt for a geometric sans serif for the ultimate contrast.
3. Special Elite
Designed by Astigmatic, Special Elite features a vintage typewriter style. Its rugged letterforms allude to all things dark and secretive.
Named for its resemblance to the claw scratches of a bear, Bearpaw adds a hand scrawled flair to any project. Incorporate effects and layer this typeface over a unique background to take this mysterious font to the next level.
Butcherman Free Halloween Font is a zombified display font, hacked and chopped and left for dead, yet still crawling.
Designed by Vic Fieger, Edo gives off a subtle yet grungy vibe with its textured strokes. While not explicitly Halloween-themed, this font resembles painted letters in post-apocalyptic cinemas.
7. Hallowed Grounds
Hallowed Grounds, designed by Jason Ferry, evokes a chilling tone reminiscent of American Horror Story’s type treatment. The ultra condensed letterforms and double crossbars contribute to that mysterious feeling that you can’t quite shake.
Shlop is a wicked, oozing horror font. Check out Shlop’s shloppy brother, Shlop Shloppy. He’s like Shlop but with more shlop. When you’re using Shlop Shloppy in an OpenType savvy application, common letter pairs will be automatically replaced by custom pairs for a more realistic, shloppy effect.
Creepsville is a spooky looking font that looks like slowly dripping blood or slime. It would look great on any of your Halloween projects.
This one comes in capital and lowercase letters as well as a few symbols.
10. You Murderer BB
YOU MURDERER is the gruesome new freebie title font. This font was created by dipping my finger in runny ink and “writing” on sheets of bristol board…perfectly simulating someone’s dying message written in blood! There’s a pairof bloody handprints hidden in there as well…