LED Skeleton Ground Breaker
My son picked this out of your catalogue, he wanted a "zombie crawling out of the ground" and this fit the bill for him. We put him in our Halloween cemetary and he looks awesome there. The LED eyes are bright and change color randomly and independently which is really cool. The hands are attached to the skull by black fabric so if you want them to stand up you will have to prop them up. I attached one to a small stick and stuck the stick in the ground. Overall he is a great addition to Halloween.
October 22, 2012
I love this skeleton! I wish the head came with a stake to stick in the ground, as the hands do, but other than that, it looks awesome! People love it!
October 26, 2011
Creepy but not gross - this is perfect. Love the LED eyes!
October 25, 2012
I bought this to stick in the front yard for Halloween and to entertain pedestrians who pass by on the side walk. It is so wicked scary! It's great. You need to get two 1.5V battery to power the eyes which I haven't done yet, but will do by Halloween. But it really is scary. Some of the littler kids in the neighborhood aren't crazy about it, but my son is fascinated by it.
October 23, 2012
I love this! It's creepy and totally fun. It has stakes on the hands so it won't blow away. The blinking eyes are awesome.
October 22, 2012
This was really worth the money. I have it in my graveyard and the kids just love it
October 18, 2012
Inexpensive addition to our graveyard scene
I was wary of this product when I saw the tiny box it was was shipped in, but when I pulled it out, I was pleasantly surprised! It didn't blow away in the wind and the stakes on the hands went into the ground easily and held when our foam tombstones would not. It's eyes lit up brightly and lent an eerie ambiance to our campsite graveyard scene. Overall, a nice bang for the buck!
October 7, 2012
This is a plastic skull with light up eyes that blink and plastic skeleton hands. The fabric that holds the three pieces together is pretty cheap, so I wouldn't recommend using it inside under bright lights. It looks better outside.
September 24, 2012