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Cadman-LT
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Re: Storm effect
Cadman-LT   11/5/2012 2:03:47 PM
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If you can't tell, that's what's in my profile picture. Lightning.

Cadman-LT
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Storm effect
Cadman-LT   11/5/2012 2:01:26 PM
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My favorite is the storm effect, I just like lightning.

Charles Murray
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Soundtrack
Charles Murray   11/1/2012 7:03:05 PM
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I like the doorbell-activated soundtrack. I've always wanted my doorbell to play the theme music from the movie, Halloween.

Nugent_56
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Spirit Radio?
Nugent_56   11/1/2012 9:12:32 AM
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You forgot the "Spooky Radio" gadget!

Rob Spiegel
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Re: Nice collection of spooky stuff
Rob Spiegel   11/1/2012 3:16:06 AM
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I always liked the pumpkin cutter, too, Beth. It's way over the top, and the picture of Rick is plenty scary. And who would have thought of creating a pumpkin cutter with water and CDs?

notarboca
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Re: Nice collection of spooky stuff
notarboca   10/31/2012 11:43:26 PM
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I love stuff like this-- maybe before next year I'll learn enough about pneumatics and latex molding to build my own animatronic creature.  Just think, they pay Disney Imagineers to do this all day!

jmiller
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Re: Nice collection of spooky stuff
jmiller   10/31/2012 10:07:05 PM
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Buddy of mine used a fake coffin with a drill inside to create some racket and freak out the little kids.  Cool idea.  Love to see some cool tech to cause some scares.

Tim
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Re: Spooky doorbell has my vote
Tim   10/31/2012 8:15:12 PM
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Kids are definitely not suspecting a rigged doorbell. Pretty cool use of electronics.

Nancy Golden
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Spooky doorbell has my vote
Nancy Golden   10/31/2012 12:37:14 PM
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I would love to have a seat watching the reaction of unsuspecting trick or treaters - especially on a foggy Halloween night. The strobe light was a great addition and the bat flying out the door made me jump just watching the video!

Beth Stackpole
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Nice collection of spooky stuff
Beth Stackpole   10/31/2012 8:28:57 AM
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I personally have to go for the pumpkin cutter gadget. Could be a bit overkill in terms of finessing any good design, but definitely is in keeping with the spooky Halloween spirit.



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