It’s officially autumn, so it’s finally time to get to work decking out your house with spooky decor to scare all your friends. And you won’t settle for just any Halloween decorations. You’re going to need the coolest — and techiest — Halloween decorations you can buy online.
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One Holiday Way via Amazon
You don’t have to travel to Diagon Alley to buy this near-magic spell book. This animated spell book and feather pen lights up and makes creepy sounds, but the best part is that the feather quill moves around the page all by itself.
BGG via Amazon
This doorbell will test the courage of your local trick-or-treaters. It looks like a regular doorbell… until you press the button. Then a menacing green eyeball appears and the doorbell starts to speak.
AtmosFX via Amazon
Add one family of four to your guest list this Halloween. Don’t worry. They won’t eat much. Because they’re dead.
AtmosFX Digital Decorations brings you this projector-compatible DVD that will project these four ghoulish guests right into your party. Just pop the DVD into a DVD player a connect the video output to a projector. The video will also play on a regular television or monitor.
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The last thing you’ll need for your Halloween party is some appropriately spooky sounds. Luckily, the ever-evolving Alexa has her own set of Halloween tricks and treats. Just ask your Echo device to “tell me a spooky story” or “play spooky sounds” and listen as she recites Halloween limericks and serenades you with the sounds of creaky floorboards and drafty old houses.
There are also Halloween games and jokes available.
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