Lullaby Granny Animated Prop
Lullaby Animated Prop
A great addition to your haunt!
Ghostly skeletal woman and baby rocks back and forth singing softly a lullaby. Unnerving! Soundtrack CD is included. Clothing may vary. She runs continuously - not motion or sound activated. Her mechanics are solid steel - nothing plastic. Her body is all latex - her entire torso, head, and full length of legs. A very high quality Halloween prop. All electric. Box measures 29 x 17 x 15, Weight 22 pounds.
Rocking chair and CD player not included.
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Comments about Morris Costumes Lullaby Granny Animated Prop:
First, this takes about 3 minutes to setup. It comes all in one piece, you place it on the chair, plug in the motor first, the plug the outlet into the wall or extension cord - and done! HOWEVER, the huge pet peeve I had with a prop of this price is the legs. The legs are bent, naturally, but they are literally hanging on by a thread with just a tiny piece of latex forming the knee area - one this begins to rip, tear or wear, it will not be long before granny loses a leg.
POOR leg design! POOR, POOR, POOR.
Now, the item comes with a 4 minute CD which is a female singing a creepy lullaby over and over, no voices, nothing else. Could you stand to listen to a lullaby for 3-4 hours, I am unsure, we will see. You might set it up with you CD player or Bluetooth speaker on low and have it away from other props, or BLAST it to make the entire yard a creepy lullaby.
Action: It kills for effect, overall quality, build material, and ATTENTION. Nobody comes away not wondering how it moves, if she is a person in a suit or if it will scare them when they approach. That alone is worth the price. Again, the legs are a bit of my concern, which is the only reason I gave it 4 stars.
It comes pretty smashed in the box with minimal padding. You take her out, place on a rocker, and boom, you have creepy rocking grandma. DO NOT TIE HER DOWN TO THE CHAIR per directions and due to weight she can damage your chair, so padding or blankets are recommended.
Outside of her very poorly designed knees, arguably the best prop on this site and I own about 5 of them.
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