13 Best Halloween Animated Props

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Top 13 Halloween Animated Props

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Seasonal Visions Towering Boogey ( Halloween Prop Black)
Product Highlights:
  • 84"h x 38"w x 38"d, animation right to left 48".
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Animated Zombie Prop ( Halloween Decorations And Decor)
Product Highlights:
  • eyes light up red, head moves back and forth as he is puking up fog.
  • sound or foot pad activated. (foot pad sold separately)
  • hooks up to your self-supplied fog machine. (fog machine not included) works with any 400 watt fog machine
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Halloween Animated Moving Books ( Decoration, 8 1/8 Inch)
Product Highlights:
  • material - plastic
  • size - 8 1/8 inch (h) x 6 3/4 inch (w) x 6 inch (d)
  • books are motion and sound activated - they make noise and books tilt
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Best Choice Products Haunted ( Phrases, Activated By Motion, Sound, Or Vibration)
Product Highlights:
  • haunting animatronics: pivoting wheels allow holly to glide from room to room, pursuing your guests as they struggle to escape your house of horrors
  • sound, motion, and vibration activated: multiple activation systems will surprise guests while manual activation lets you spread fear with the press of a button
  • adjustable arms: padded iron wires allow holly's arms to bend and stay in any position you want
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Halloween Prop Lifesize Animated ( With Flashing Red Eyes)
Product Highlights:
  • 2 pcs. per set - both bride and groom
  • each has flashing red eyes.
  • plastic with polyester clothing. each comes with a plastic stand.
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It Movie Sewer Animated ( Animated Prop)
Product Highlights:
  • eyes light-up and has movie dialogue
  • product size 15" x 13" x 6"
  • requires 3x aa batteries - included

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