There's a setup vid for Dahlia.
Hey, the 2016 Spirit Halloween Discussion Starter! I believe that was the first one! Glad to see you around!So far, Abandoned Annie is my favorite. It's less surreal than the Creepy Rising Doll, but that kind of makes the similar face-splitting better.
I'm also intrigued by Waving Wally. He seems to be going for a much subtler brand of horror, and looks like an animatronic of an animatronic, like an old clown figure from a 1970s boardwalk. Interesting.
I have not seen the animatronic Sam in person yet, but I have seen the hanging Sam and he is definitely life-size. The hands are child-sized and the head definitely seems to be proportionally accurate as well. It's also made by the same company as the animatronic, YJ Toys and Crafts, so I'm almost certain they would have used the same proportions. I know for sure I'll be getting both as soon as my store gets them in, so as soon as I do I'll do a side-by-side comparison.Does anybody know if the hanging Sam is in the same scale/size as the animatronic?
Your best bet is eBay for Spirit exclusive props. Usually at any one time when you search Spirit Halloween, listings for 20 random props dating back over the years appear. And from there a few of them should be reasonably priced. For other props, cheap ones that hang you could just search for Hanging Props on Amazon or something like that and can get them in bulk. For Spirit's display pieces, I'd recommend speaking with your local store manager. For the S.S. Rip Tide theme this year, the prices are as follows:yes! so to purchase props and display pieces for a reasonable price
I just saw this and I want it, but not for $200. I've had such bad luck with anything that moves a significant amount from Spirit Halloween. I do have a rotating tree stand that I picked up for dirt cheap that I might try to build something similar to it.Ring Around the Rosie video uploaded to YouTube: