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Window Crasher Ghosts, Set of Three

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Window Crasher Ghosts, Set of Three is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 51.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ghost Busters ! All you need is the slime! Love this trio. Larger than I thought and too cute! Haven't put up yet but will soon..can't wait. Complete without needing slime or anything else. Enjoy these guys!
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Waited to long to get these Great ghosts. These are more of the HAPPY HALLOWEEN. They add a lot of dimension to a display. A feeling of flow. Not sure of three is enough. Maybe 9 or 15 of these guys would be way too much and just right. To roughly quote author Thomas Harris, via Hannabil Lecter, "Too much is ugly but way too much is just right. "
Date published: 2016-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ghostly fun Very cute. Bigger than I expected but everyone loves them! They stay up well, very light weight although I'm not sure how they'd do it different weather. We live in Florida and put them when the rain. Ant get to them.
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BOO-ya! As far as outdoor decorations go, these are by far my most favorite prop! I was only able to use 2 out of the 3 in this set since I'm short on windows, but it still had a HUGE impact! Here's the caveat though. You WILL need to modify your set-up of these so they stay in place. Many of the reviews are spot on about the suction cups not working. Simply put, they don't work. I don't know why, but they just don't on my windows. The ghosts are just too front heavy, and mine would not stay, despite me cleaning my windows 5 times. So here's what I did, and I promise you, mine stays up all season long, hanging outside of an uncovered 2nd story window...and you would never know from the outside that I rigged them to get them to stay up. First, get some fishing line and cut a long piece off, maybe about 10 feet long. Wrap the fishing like around the neck of the ghost...kind of like you're creating a leash for it...and tie a knot once you get it to a point where it can't slip over its head. Next, open your window and place the ghost in position with the suction cup. I have the double pane type of windows so when I open the window from the inside, it can open forward into the room instead of just up. You may be able to come up with a modified set-up if your windows only move up and down. As you close your window, pull on the fishing like to make sure the ghost stays in position, but don't pull too tight that it doesn't sit naturally when the window is fully upright and closed. Finally, tie the loose end of the fishing line that is now hanging inside your window around something to make sure the tension on it doesn't get loose over time. I have Venetian blinds on my windows and I raised them up just above where the ghost was "breaking thru" and tied the fishing line around that. I had to keep the blinds up all season because of it, but it's a spare room so I didn't care. But really you can tie it around anything, but just keep that in mind when you're cutting your piece of fishing line so you cut a long enough piece. I then put the faux window-break decal on the inside of the window and called it a day. I didn't bother with the tails of the ghosts because mine are in a 2nd story window and you wouldn't see them anyway. However, I will say that the tails wouldn't just stick (and stay) with the suction cups either. Had this have been a 1st floor window, I would have come up with a way to get them to stay up, but I didn't. So with a little bit of rigging, my window looked much like it does in the photos -- and they were a hit! Everyone commented on them. The material is sort of like a stuffed windbreaker, so I think they will last a long time (perhaps less if you get a lot of inclement weather in your area). Despite their flaw with the suction cups, I still think this is one of my most favorite props, and it appeals to all ages. I've only had them for one season, but I just adore them and can't wait to put them up again!
Date published: 2017-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Even better than expected I ordered these because I have a house with windows that looks like Grandinroad's photo displaying the ghosts. They looked big enough in the photo, but they are even much bigger in person so they'll be easily seen from the street. I thought they might have to be inflated when I got them, but no. They are not inflatables, which is great. Since they have some weight to them, I thought the suction cups might not hold well. Wrong. I stuck a ghost on my entry mirror for over a week, and its suction is fantastic! Without seeing them in person I thought they may be a little pricey, but I changed my mind when I got them. They seem to be worth the money. I can't wait to get them up on my windows. Think I'll do it a tad early this year, just to give passersby a Halloween tease.....
Date published: 2015-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Another great Halloween decoration! I absolutely love to decorate for the holidays and GrandinRoad. Has helped create lifelike images ! Love Love Love them!!'
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Ghosts on the Block!! We received so many compliments on our ghosts! They are fun and look great! I used ghosts going into my house one side and out on the other side. I would definitely recommend getting these if you have trick or treaters... or not!!
Date published: 2017-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from spooky fun! We love these! We hold an annual party and last year these were quite a hit. Easy to attach and they stay put! Didn't bother with the cracked glass window cling, since I was attaching them to our 2nd story windows and it would have been challenging, but it didn't matter....they are GREAT!
Date published: 2017-09-15
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What are these made off? Are they safe for an uncovered exterior window?

Asked by: OD2MC
Made of polyester type material where water would run off. Filled with fiber type material like a pillow. I plan to put them on uncovered dormer windows.
Answered by: TLCC
Date published: 2016-10-29

Do these awesome ghosts deflate? I am debating purchasing them due to storage space.

Asked by: 19ghosts
I thought on first glace they were inflatable which would be great for storage but no, they are stuffing filled. They do smoosh down some but not completely.
Answered by: MelissaVA
Date published: 2017-08-19

Do these ghosts compress for storage, or do they remain this size?

Asked by: Rhonnie
I thought on first glace they were inflatable which would be great for storage but no, they are stuffing filled. They do smoosh down some but not completely.
Answered by: MelissaVA
Date published: 2017-08-19

Suction cups

Any suggestions for making the suction cups stick to the window? I have done some trial runs on the inside of the house and the suction cups won't stick to the window and the ghost keeps falling down. I'm afraid they won't hold up with outside elements.
Asked by: aclop0119
I don't think there is anything you can do to the suction cups themselves, but if you can reduce the pressure on them by doing what I did, I think you'll find that works. I tied fishing line around their necks, and then pulled that tight and tied it to something on the inside so it stays tight, it relives the pressure off of the suction cups. I had mine out all season long and they never fell (technically they couldn't, unless the fishing line snapped).
Answered by: Maggiesvineyard
Date published: 2017-08-11

Are these animated?

Do they move or make sound?
Asked by: Tessa
Thank you for your interest in the Set of Three Window Crasher Ghosts. This item is not animated.
Answered by: JLGrandinroadService
Date published: 2016-09-09
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