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  1. Halloween Props
    Hey all. I'm thinking of building a flying crank ghost, and potentially a cauldron creep. I need help finding battery powered LED lights for the ghost eyes. What would I search for on eBay or other website to narrow the search, or does anyone have another source. A simple eBay search brings up...
  2. Halloween Props
    A wiper motor is normally powered by a car battery, right? If you want to use it with a prop, does that mean you have to connect it to a battery? Can it run on household current? Thanks.
  3. Halloween Props
    Currently most of my lighting is driven by low voltage power or by 110 AC. However I was wondering if anyone has tried using mostly solar lights. I see advantages and disadvantages of each but I wanted to start a discussion. Powering the lights with Low voltage or AC requires many more wires...
  4. Halloween Props
    Any good website or thread here shows a bunch of motor movement ideas, particularly electric motors and props? Looking for ideas and linkage ideas to start making props for 2019. Been out of the Haunted house hobby for 9 years. Maybe air powered too, just not sure. Thanks
  5. Halloween Props
    I made these 4 windows a couple of years ago and plan to use them again this year in our community haunted house. They will be hanging against a dark wall and I am trying to figure out a way to make them appear like there is light coming from inside the window. Everything I've tried isn't...
  6. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    Hey Haunters! Today I’m building an electric powered fence banging zombie. I used a windshield wiper motor for the movement and built the fence myself. He rocks the fence back and forth and with the added audio I think he’s gunna spook a lot of people. Have a look and let me know what your guys...
  7. Halloween Props
    I'm wondering what folks use for a small pin light (very low lumens). I could buy a cheap battery powered LED pen light, but would love to find something that could be activated with remote and would consider plug in.
  8. Member Introduction
    Hi All, I've been lurking here for several years - and it's time to dive in. Every year I learn something new....and this year - my yard will be mostly created by me vs. store bought. Over the years, I've learned to build coffins for $20, have created awesome lava/coals from spray foam (btw -...
  9. For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    Up for grabs is a group of halloween decorations. Willing to sell the entire lot for the right price, but happy to sell individual pieces plus price to ship out via your preferred shipping method/speed asap from area code 94112. PM ME OR REPLY IF YOU'RE INTERESTED. Here's what I have (pictures...
  10. Halloween Props
    I have always used these little LED mini spotlights with swivel clips (like finger lights) for my accent lighting for both graveyard and haunt. I use to buy them at Jackstoolshed, but it seems they do not carry them anymore. These were great as they were battery powered so I didn't have to...
  11. For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    I purchased this in 2013 and have never had the time to use it unfortunately. In 2013 I paid $1,300 for it and now it is $1,600. I would like to get $1,000 shipped and I have the Enttec for it as well. I probably had it powered on about 30 minutes back in 2013 after I purchased it.
  12. Halloween Props
    Hi All , Having great fun looking at all of the incredible new props and haunts this year from the Forum members . Thought I would share a new prop I have made . I needed something to add to my haunted living room cathedral radio and decided upon an old phonograph . It is made from cardboard...
  13. Halloween Props
    looking at buying a laser vortex for this years halloween bash but have a strange question that i could do with some help understanding 2 different sellers are claiming different ways are better at powering the laser module seller number 1 states Unlike other sellers, my version does not...
  14. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    I recently bought several 9 LED battery powered flashlights from Target for a buck each. Now my question is, I want to make them into several mini spot-esque lights. How can I achieve the wiring for this? They run on three AAA batteries. Would it just work out easier to run them with batteries?
  15. Halloween Props
    Are there any portable battery pacts that can be used with wiper motors for up to 6 maybe 7 hours?
  16. Halloween Props
    We have PVC candles we made 4 years ago for our haunt. They use the battery powered tea lights, which tend to be a pain to remember to turn on and off, etc. So this year, I converted them over to 12V powered LEDs connected via RCA jacks. If you are interested in how I did it, here is a basic...
  17. Halloween Props
    Are there any solar powered black lights?
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