5 Ghoulish Gadgets To Transform Your Home Into A Truly Terrifying House Of Terror

There’s nothing more exciting than fully immersing yourself in the spooktacular fun that Halloween has to offer. To assist you in going all out this October, we at eBuzz Towers have compiled a pretty nifty list of ghoulish gadgets to help you to transform your home into a truly terrifying house of horror.

Life-sized animated rocking bat

This motion activated, life-sized,animated rocking bat is the perfect component to add to your haunted house to creep out the trick-or-treaters this weekend. The frightening animatronic can hang from any tree limb, swaying back and forth when it’s motion sensor is activated. With LED eyes and bloodcurdling bat sounds, this particular Halloween gadget will be sure to set numerous hearts racing. 


Optical illusion DVDS

Make your guests’ blood run cold this weekend with these incredibly terrifying optical illusion DVDs. Stick one of these bad boys into a DVD player, project the terribly disturbing images onto your walls and prepare to be horror-stricken. Chose between two frightening DVDs; blood walls and zombie invasion.



shutterstock_148787909Dancing witches broom

Make your guests freeze with fear with this haunted witches broom. Simply prop the self propelled broom in a corner and once it’s motion sensor is activated, it will begin to move around the floor, play spooky music and emitting frightful sounds. The cackling witch may be banished but her spirit can still remain.


Changing Horror Portraits

If you’re looking for a unique nightmare experience why not transform one of your very own photos into an incredibly disturbing changing portrait. Simply send one of your regular photos to Dark Imaginings, where their talented team will create a variety of gruesome transitions of your choice. You can choose from vengeful spirits, ghouls, zombies, vampires and a series of feral creatures. Wedding photos work particularly well, or, why not stage a photo in gothic clothing.

Floating candles

These eerie floating candles complete with flickering lights and chilling music, will certainly spook a few guests this weekend. The candles are motion activated and can hover on any flat surface. Add these to your house of horror and instil the fear.


Post by Paula Murphy


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