Bloody Boston Massacre Candle



“Fire if you dare, G-d damn you, fire and be damned!”

Captain Thomas Prescott’s account of the events that lead to the Boston Massacre on March 5, 1770. Five Bostonians are killed as a result of an angry mob harassing British Soldiers standing guard in front of the Customs House on King Street. Months later at their trial, Captain Preston and his men would be successfully defended by an up-and-coming lawyer named John Adams.

We’ve created this Bloody Boston Massacre skull candle in remembrance of the 250th anniversary of the Boston Massacre. Skull images were prevalent up through the 19th century to denote death This candle, with hints of smokey musket fire and a warm vanilla base, is sure to be a coffee table conversation starter.

Once the candle has been fully burned, thoroughly clean out the container and reuse it! It makes for a very interesting drinking glass or container.

Scent Profile – Smokey Musketfire, vanilla base

22 in stock

Additional information

Weight 24 oz
Designed In

Pennsylvania, USA


Glass, Soy Blend Wax, Wood

Candle Size



Liberty & Co. candles are inspired by real American Revolution and Colonial 18th Century history. We’ve spent countless hours researching each theme to find unique, historically significant details on which to blend a particular fragrance. Whether the scent you choose is reminiscent of the home of a Founding Father, the site of a Revolutionary War event, or reflective of an historical American symbol, we hope that our candles will bring these locales to you.

All of our candles are made from plant-based soy wax, and hand-poured in small batches. 



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