You'll be rolling on the floor dying when you meet this Wheelchair Psycho Animated Decoration. This crazy prop features light-up eyes, wheelchair movement, a lunging body and creepy laughter. Try not to get too close!
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By Halloween kid 101
from Port Charlotte FL
About Me Classic
I love this thing so much and this is so creepy and makes my family and friends and trick or treaters laugh and jump I definitely recommend WAY TO GO SPIRIT.... I love Halloween
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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creepy & scary
from Yuba City, Ca
About Me Adventurous
Perfect for my haunted house this year. She looks very real & has an amazing freak factor
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Waterford Pa
About Me Classic, Price Needs To Be Right
Family loves it too. Great addition to the collection.
By Wee Wee
Another great addition to the haunted house!
(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Rolling with my psycho
from Yonkers, NY
I ordered this online and it was damaged in shipping. The wheelchair base was cracked and the lunging motion wouldn't work. The only things that worked were the soundtrack and the moving mouth. I was unimpressed. Then, Spirit sent me a replacement. Wow, I love it! The lunging action makes the wheelchair roll just a tiny bit, which I thought was excellent! Then, the kid next door had to see a Halloween decoration so I brought this out and he was rolling it after his parents and chasing them down the street. The wheelchair is just PVC pipe, the lunging motor is in the seat of the chair, the legs velcro to the seat, the arms are wireforms that you need to bend into, and the knife velcros to the hand, but when you are rolling it down the sidewalk it is just Great! It held up well on my short test drive and the volume control is a nice feature.
By The creator
from Litchfield Park, AZ
Love the look, but it's not very sturdy, I will need to treat it with great care.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Good addition to asylum, moving problems
By Desert Haunter
from Sahuarita, AZ
Puts together pretty easily. Good addition to hospital/asylum theme. Lunging motion on mine not working correctly. Little motor is turning but not movement of the prop.
from Austin TX
This was awesome. It is not very realistic looking but when put in a dark area its awesome. Her eyes glow. We used her as a stand alone prop and moving prop (we had haunted house) Of course the sound is a little fuzzy but overall I would reccomend. :)
(3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
psycho wheelchair guy
By happy 2 scare u
from Chesterfield, VA.
About Me Halloween Fanatic
I plan on using this prop as part of my costume this year at my Halloween party. It's great that he comes with his own chair! The sounds he makes are a little comical.
By Hug 123
from Phoenix, AZ
So, I LOVED her when I got her. I would play her continuosly, but, her sound stopped working. I couldn't figure out why, and I tried EVERYTHING to fix her, but nothing worked. In fact, she started smoking after I tried something else. What a waist.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend