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Video: Pneumatics Power Scary Guy
11/2/2012

Meet the Scary Guy. (Source: Design News)
Meet the Scary Guy.
(Source: Design News)

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Jennifer Campbell
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Gruesome ... I love it!
Jennifer Campbell   11/2/2012 5:27:35 PM
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Nice move by Bimba bringing a little bit of Halloween hauntings to Pack Expo! I wonder, Chuck, how did showgoers respond to Scary Guy?

Rob Spiegel
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Pretty good scary guy
Rob Spiegel   11/2/2012 1:51:13 PM
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Nice video, Chuck. The high-tech scary guy is pretty scary.

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