You're watching TV, you're alone, it's almost 11pm, and you feel like there is a face in the window watching you. You don't want to look, because your worst fears could come true.
It's the beginning of October, and the wind is howling outside. You turn the TV down because you feel a chill. Your hair stands up on your neck. Now you know something is off.
The lights go out and you fall to the floor, scrambling around to find the desk drawer with a flashlight. Suddenly, you hear thunder way off in the distance. Your shaking now, and you can't remember where you left your cell phone.
Your heart is racing. Your hands are feeling sweaty and wet. You tell yourself to keep calm. And then miraculously, you find the desk with the flashlight. It's right where you remember putting it. You take it out and aim the beam around the room.
There's nobody there. You're thrilled because you thought someone broke in and cut the lights, but as you peer out the door window in the living room, it's pitch black, which means all the street lights are out. You might be in the clear.
Next, out of nowhere you hear a thump on the roof. Was it a tree? Or was it something else, someone else? A prowler? You're trembling as you notice the weather is getting bad outside.
You have a beautiful house and a lot of nice things. In fact, you have the best looking house on the street, so it would not be a surprise that someone might try to break in to your home. Interestingly, your ADT alarm has not been tripped off. You crawl around on the floor aiming the flashlight beam towards the big picture window in the living room.
From the front living room window, if a flashlight is pointed out of it, most of the front yard can be seen. You slowly creep up to the window, and just as you pop your head over the window ledge, focusing the flashlight straight ahead, you see these crazy moving eyes staring at you.
The guy looks insane, you scream and fall back on the floor. You hear the kitchen door open, and there is laughter. You jump up and aim the light down the hallway to the kitchen and say you're calling the cops right now.
A flashlight then points at you, blinding you right in the face, and it's your girlfriend's voice cackling like a witch. "We got you good," she says. You are freaking out and swearing at her and telling her there is a weirdo in the front window. She laughs and says, "Oh silly, it's a scary prop prank we put there to scare you".
I just made that story up, but you can see how powerful the "Face in The Window Scary Prop Prank" can be. You can do this prank anytime of the year, you just need a good plan.
And like the story above, you need distractions and noises to fool the person inside. Just make sure they don't have any guns! When you prank someone, make sure you know everything about them, so there are not any deadly surprises.
The "Scary Peeping Tom Window Prop" is one of the creepiest set ups I've seen. Most props don't have eyes that move. His shifting eyes will make him look like a real nut-job, which will terrify the onlooker.
If you're looking for a good laugh and a great scare this Halloween, the "Face in The Window Scary Prop Prank" will do the job nicely.
WARNING: be careful who you prank with this one, because they might need years of costly therapy. This is not for the faint of heart. This website will not be held responsible for any pranks done by the readers. This site and the author will not be held responsible for any psychological or physical damage, that may occur as the result of pranks done by readers.
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