This Creepy Peeper Toy Taps On The Window When It Senses Movement

The spooky season is just around the corner and it’s the time of the year again when pranksters come out with their scariest jokes. If you’re really serious about winning the ‘scare game’ then this creepy tapping peeper will surely frighten your target’s socks off. This makes the perfect Halloween prop to scare your friends, family, neighbors or co-workers. Not only does it look eerily realistic but this prank toy also taps on the window in a very petrifying manner.

This spooky prop attaches to the window with the use of a suction cup which it hangs from. Simply affix it to the outside of the window of any room where unsuspecting guests might venture. From the inside, the hanging prop looks like a real creepy man lurking in the window. It features realistic sparkling eyes and detailed face and hands. The nightmarish figure is also cloaked in dark fabric hoodie to further turn up the fright factor.

 

Halloween Animated Tapping Peeper

The creeper itself looks terrifying enough to scare the bejeezus out of everyone who passes by the window. Add some animated features onto it and you get the most horrifying element of surprise. It has a discreet motion sensor that activates its finger to tap three times on the windowpane. The motion activation is powered by 3 AAA batteries (not included). You can also set the prank toy to automatically tap three times every 10 seconds.

 

 

 

This realistic peeper is made from vinyl with a real fabric hoodie and comes fully assembled. All you need to do is put the batteries in place, turn the sensor on and choose your timer setting. Then hang it preferably outside any window using the suction cup. It measures 12 inches wide, 6 inches deep and 11 inches high weighing only one pound. With its creepy gaze and sinister tapping motion, it is guaranteed to make everyone shudder in horror.  So, prepare your ears for some earsplitting screams from your targets this coming spooky season.

 

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Check out the animated tapping peeper in action on the video below