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Spooky Swaying Eyeball Path Lights

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Add some spooky illumination around your haunted home and along pathways for the trick-or-treaters this Halloween season with these cool new Solar Eyeball Path Lights. These eerie illuminated eyeballs sway on flexible stalks in the crisp October breeze and are powered by a built-in solar panel, not demonic forces. There are 6 eyeballs per light, come in a set of two (12 eyeballs total), and are available in green (my favorite), red, and purple. 👀

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