The fear of a flycatcher could be one of the common phobias out there. It has fangs that can inject poison into its prey. Thus my son always runs away when he sees a big size one. I guess this is one of the reasons why fake flycatcher is a popular decor item when people are celebrating the eve of All Saints' Day.
The first two options are hairy fake flycatchers with LED red eyes. The third one looks like Zombies that entangled with white cobweb. They are big enough to cover a door or pose on a chair to frighten your guests.
If you prefer to have a big size flycatcher hanging on the ceiling or stick on the wall, then do not hesitate to pick the fourth one. My favorite one is the last package which comes with strong cobweb to complete the spooky decoration.
From oversize fake flycatcher to life size plastic skeleton, these types of holiday decorations are all about creepy and scary that give your guests the jitters. Let’s scroll down to see the huge size fly-flap before you make a decision whether or not to include one of them in your home decor.
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