WATCH: GH shares video of how Mary Pat's severed head was made

Posted Monday, November 05, 2018 2:03:29 PM

Heads up, General Hospital fans (and we mean that literally): the soap has posted a video that details how Nurse Mary Pat's severed head was made for the ABC series' Halloween episodes.

General Hospital's Halloween episodes were so bloody good, fans' eyes nearly popped out of their heads. But that wasn't the only head-related fun the spooky episodes delivered. Viewers who tuned in to the ABC soap opera were also shocked when, after becoming one of Ryan Chamberlain's victims, Ferncliff nurse Mary Pat was found dead, with her severed head floating in a bucket of apples.

The gory apple bobbing scenes immediately created quite a buzz on social media, with Mary Pat's portrayer writing: "The efx were so good, it scared me!"

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The efx were so good it scared me. #meandmyhead a big #thanks @vincentvandykefx @carllyon_art @gwen_ramsey and all!

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Bethune also announced that the crew of GH put together a special behind-the-scenes video detailing just how Vincent Van Dyke and his special effects team at VVDFX made the creepy floating head.

Check out the film below and let us know what you thought of the scary floating head scenes and the loss of Ferncliff nurse Mary Pat.

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