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    Default Dual Talking Skulls: How to mount...

    I just bought a set of dual talking skulls (2-axis skulls w/ Pico Talk controllers). They work fine BUT I have no idea about the best way to mount the skulls. I looked for buckys without skulls but couldn't find any. I also looked for mounting stands with just the cervical vertebrae. Again, no luck. What do people normally do to mount these things? Any advice is appreciated.

    Also, are there any pre-recorded dual talking skull interactive routines that I can buy? I wanted the skulls to talk to each other if possible without me having to record something myself. Let me know. Thanks in advance...

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    I typically purchase regular Bucky skeletons and just replace the skulls. You probably won't save any money trying to find headless Buckys. Mount them on the skeleton will depend on what type of connection you're current talking skulls have.

    Not sure about the pre-recorded routines.
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    Well as for dual talking skulls already recorded & free, there is the comedy take-off of Abbot & Costello redone as "Who's on the 1st slab" pretty good & I always got a lot of attention & comments ( mostly for adults that remember the original ) & A pair of joke telling skellies,......for young ToTers,.... kinda corny jokes. ( I can post a link to both if your interested )
    As for buying, there really isn't anything out there & what 1 there is had a lot of unhappy people / reviews from what i read......

    I would say maybe time to learn use audacity for something that is more to your taste & wants for the skulls interaction speech.....?

    & I far as I know,no one sells headless Bucky's.........besides, if you buy a full Bucky to mount your talking skelly head on, you'll have a spare head for the haunt !
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    Thanks for the information. I hadn't considered the use of a full bucky and having a skull left over. That does make good sense. Please post the links.., I will try them out and see if I can use them....

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    Here ya go, they were created for talking skulls & the 3 tracks that tell jokes, well,...... as corny as it gets, but was done by someone for the kids. ( ** these are not done by me, these were created, posted & shared by persons that created these tracks ). The cd covers i made for myself.....

    http://www.4shared.com/folder/PVI4xx...iple_sets.html
    Password - hallotunes

    Yep, good for another talking skull or corpse it up to hang out next to the skelly. You could also use 1 full skelly with talking head & the other talking head atop a tomb stone or on top a fresh grave & run the routine........would also cut the cost of having to buy 2 Bucky's....
    When you look in the mirror at midnight,....what looks back at you.........

 

 

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