Here are the monsters:
Now, I've only ever heard tell of cornies from one source: Liz's family. When she was a kid on the farm, she and her brother were warned not to wander into the cornfields, or the cornies would get them. Liz's mom was told the same by her mother, who was told the same by hers. There was no mythology attached to 'em, just a name and a warning. And I thought they sounded like the spookiest dang thing I'd ever heard.
Attached (below) is the print file for the set. You can cut them into cards (easy, just slice down the middle of the white borders) or you can trim them like in the above pic to make decorative standups. If you want, print up a bunch of copies (on card stock) and give them to youngsters as Halloween goodies!
Happy October! If you're not a bumpkin like me, maybe these cards will make you feel an honorary bumpkin.