Ok, so I am so excited about these Scary Peeper Halloween decorations. These are soooo cool. We love Halloween, it’s our favorite holiday (besides Christmas) and we love to go all out and decorate the yard. Every year I love to add something new to our Halloween decor and this year I found these awesome Scary Peepers. I love a good scare on Halloween, nothing over the top but a little scare is all in good fun and these are perfect.
They have two different kinds. One taps on the window and one doesn’t. We got one of each to try out and they are both really cool. The clown is so spooky looking out the window, we just saw It and when I opened the box about dropped it. The tapping guy is super creepy and has a motion sensor in it so it goes off all by itself when you come to the door.
They are super easy to install. They have a simple suction cup attached with some fishing wire so you can not see it. Just suction it to the inside of your door or window and you now have a creepy peeper looking out your window to creep out all your visitors on Halloween night. Of if you are like us the entire month of October because we decorate the first weekend in October and leave it up all month.
Isn’t that cool? When someone walks up to the door the sensors will detect motion and he taps on the window. You can even bend the finger so that it reaches your door, so you can customize it.
At night you get the full effect of this creepy guy staring back at you and tapping at you as you know for some candy.
This clown is so scary. Like I said above if you have just seen It a clown is the last thing you want peeping out at you on Halloween night.
Just looks so cool, I love them! These are going to make a great addition to our Halloween decorations. Make sure to check out all of their designs on their site. Also, if you want to get a good scream out of your friends and family. Mount him on the outside looking into their bedroom. Some good laughs with that trick.
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