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5 Scary Gadgets That Would Freak Out Your Guests!

Updated on February 10, 2015

Gadgets That Are Sure To Get You (Or Your Guests) All Freaked Out!

I was on the lookout for really scary and weird gadgets online. Why? To just amuse myself of course. My day job can get pretty boring at times, and the least I can do for myself is browse for weird stuff online. What better place to research stuff than the Internet. So off I went to popular online marketplaces to see if I could get my hands on things that are amusing to the core and I wasn't disappointed!

I came across some of these stuff at Amazon by accident and I was pleasantly surprised that such things actually exist! If not you, then your guests are sure going to be freaked out when they come across these items at your place.

This page highlights some of the scary gadgets I found. Hope you enjoy the list!

The Electronic Dog!

Just imagine this -- your friend or guest is approaching your house, and all of a sudden they hear a loud barking dog! They just don't know where it is. Of course, only you know that it's actually coming from the new electronic dog alarm that you have set.

The electronic dog alarm apparently sees through thick doors and walls all thanks to its radar "eye" and notifies you immediately when someone enters your territory. You can even set its volume and decide how much you want to scare your guests! It offers a 24 hour protection too, which kind of eliminates the need of having a guard dog (if you keep a dog primarily for that reason i.e,).

Oh No! Not You Again! -- The Doormat That Will Drive Your Guests Away!

I personally am thinking of getting this doormat myself -- no thanks to my weird sense of humor!

My fiancé thinks otherwise, but oh well I will go ahead and get it anyway because this seems totally like my kind of 'thing'!

The Oh-So-Scary Corpse Door Knocker

Your visitor will have to use this knocker to get inside. It has a motion activated sensor which triggers the hand to knock on the door while sounds play in the background. Pretty creepy huh?

The Corpse Door Knocker would be perfect on a Halloween night.

Skull Goblets

When your visitors are comfortably seated, all you got to do is offer them some wine in these 'beautiful' goblets.

The look on their faces would be worth it, don't you think??

It's also perfect as a collector's item. Made up of stainless steel, you are sure to spook out your guests.

The Rattlesnake Wine Bottle Holder

 If your guests insist on getting some wine for themselves, let them do it! If they see this wine bottle holder -- they are sure to leave your house in a jiffy!

The rattlesnake looks incredibly lifelike and this item would look good in a living room with western decor.



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    • PaperNotes profile image


      7 years ago

      Awesome! Those are very interesting novelty items. The corpse hand knocker would probably look more natural if it would be covered in fake blood!

    • angela_michelle profile image

      Angela Michelle Schultz 

      8 years ago from United States

      LOL. My friends daughter got this life-sized fur real pet, and I have to admit, that thing freaks me out. lol. :)

    • bonnebartron profile image


      8 years ago from never one place for too long

      fun stuff! I want the corpse hand!


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