10-Foot Macbeth’s Witches
September 18, 2011 by Sharon
Standing over a bubbling cauldron at 10 foot tall and with two other sisters at 6′ 9″ and 6′ 1″ each, the three witches from Shakespeare’s play Macbeth will certainly make a great scare for kids trick-or-treating during Halloween. I, for one, wouldn’t want to walk straight into them alone in the dark the same way I don’t want to see mannequins come alive.
Here, the centre witch of the Weird Sisters as seen in Shakespeare’s play beckons to her sisters with outstretched arms. The three of them sport tattered robes and have expressions of total evil on their faces, made complete with beady, ominous eyes, pointed noses and snaggleteeth. The play’s most famous line “Double, Double Toil and Trouble!” is written on the burning cauldron with its green poisonous-looking brew spilling out as well.
The 10-Foot Macbeth’s Witches is an inflatable decoration that screams for attention eerily in the dark with its six integrated 7-watt light bulbs. Passer-bys will no doubt stop and stare, and is made out of strong, lightweight terylene for durability. If you are wondering, terylene is a durable polyester material used to make nautical sails. It even has an electric fan for continuous inflation and eerie fun in the dark, and can be easily inflated within three minutes. These 10-Foot Macbeth’s Witches weigh 14 pounds in total and are priced at $329.95, including tethers and stakes to secure it well.
Pick up the triad to spice up your garden and watch the kids scream in fright on Halloween night.