Okay, let's turn on the lights.
This owl is made by Sport-Plast in Italy who have been in business since 1952 and are still in operation. These owls were intended to be decoys for gardens and homes and the weathered look of this one reveals years of service for this purpose.
The Pixie Devil was made by Kreiss in the 1950's.
Pumpkin popups by Funworld, 1970's.
The other owl is made by Union Products of Leominster, Massachusetts. I'm not sure if this owl was originally intended to be a decoration or a decoy. Union Products was best known as the makers of the plastic pink lawn flamingos that were so prevalent in the late 1950's and 60's. They were designed by Don Featherstone while he was employed by Union Products.
I'm not sure of the age, but the zip code places it post (no pun intended) 1963.
Jack O' Lantern candle, possibly another W & F Wax product.
One week to go until Halloween. The Countdown is almost counted down. Keep checking back in the final week for more Halloween Garage Sale Finds and don't forget to visit the other Cryptkeepers.