Stacked Skulls with Sound

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Halloween is by far my favorite holiday of the year. Ok, so it’s not really a holiday but it should be. I’ve been decorating the outside of our house for the past several Halloweens with plastic skeletons, lights, cobwebs, scary animatronic figures and I top it off with music and a smoke machine. I thoroughly enjoy handing out candies to the kids and seeing the expressions on their faces when they see the decorations outside of our house. This Stacked Skulls With Sound available at Costco is a great prop for any entryway during Halloween. I especially like decorations that have sounds or motion that is activated when someone passes by. Why worry about putting up many small decorations, which could be time-consuming when it’s time to put them away, if you can just have one big piece…more bang for the buck. So if you like Halloween like I do, then check out the Stacked Skulls with Sound at Costco.


Stacked Skulls with Sound – Motion activated LED eyes and sound
Stacked Skulls with Sound – Motion activated LED eyes and sound

Here are the specs:

Stacked Skulls with Sound Product Info

Costco Item#: 955184
Costco Price: $54.99
Found at: Costco in Foster Ciy, CA (1001 Metro Center Boulevard)
(price and availability may vary per Costco location)

Scare the neighborhood kids this Halloween with the Stacked Skulls With Sound
Scare the neighborhood kids this Halloween with the Stacked Skulls with Sound

Deal for the Stacked Skulls with Motion Activated LED Eyes and Sound at Costco
Deal for the Stacked Skulls with Motion Activated LED Eyes and Sound at Costco

Stacked Skulls With Sound

    Key Features:
  • 4 stacked skulls
  • Motion sensor activates LED eyes and spooky sound
  • Includes stand for stability
  • 3 AA batteries required (not included)
  • For indoor use only
  • Assembly required

2 comments:

Unknown said...

Anyone know the manufacturer of this stacked skull.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hi @Unknown, a lot of times these Halloween decorations are made by some generic, no-name manufacturer that sell them to Costco, Spirit Halloween stores, and other Halloween stores. I wouldn't be surprised if this is the case with the Motion Activated Stacked Skulls.

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