A toy company named Mezco Toyz sells creepy Days of the Dead dolls, presumably for children? The Series 20 Living Dead Dolls each arrive in a coffin box with wood grained graphics and have a death certificate and a poem. Here are some examples of the dolls and the poems that go with them.
Date of death: January 20th, 1913
She loved celebrating Dia de los Muertos
so much she prayed it come every day.
The only ear to hear her pleas was El Diablo's
so now once a year she rises to play.
El Luchador Muerto Doll
Date of Death: February 5th, 1984
In the ring El Luchador was king
And all of his opponents dispatched
Until this rudos said adios
And was defeated in a wager match
Date of death is January 20th, 1913
Elegant Catrina dressed for a night out of her grave
Sugar skull cookies are the sweets that she craves
The living have honored her with the altar they made
And she dances her way through the Dia de los Muertos Parade.