Outlaw Effects Presents

Death came Knocking



The Dark D.C.K.





Solid Oak Construction

Solid Brass Hardware

Wrought Iron & Oak Stand

Knocker is 11" tall, 5 1/2" wide

Brass is 6 1/2" x 4 1/2"

With the stand it sits 13" x 10" x 9"

Under your control hands free

There was a loud rapping at the front door that night.

They opened the door and let him in. They all died that night, all of them.

For years the house sat vacant a decaying monument to the horror of what had occurred there.

People would drive past the home and stare. Children would cross the road rather than walk past the “place where it happened”.

One day a newcomer came to town and purchased the property for a very fair price.

He tore the place down of course, but in the rubble he found something that interested him, the brass door knocker still attached to a plank from the front door.

He should have left it, but he didn‘t. He shouldn’t have opened the door, but he did.

Knocker is a real solid brass heavy door knocker.

Knocker can be tilted back at a 45 degree angle and even lay it flat on a table and it will still knock.

Knocker is under your control at all times and can even be performed while a spectator is holding it!

Comes with the folding oak stand
This item is not discountable
R.J.Got mine saturday and totally love it. Had to work last night and could not wait to get home and play with it. A friend of mine came over to see the DCK, I had told him about it a while back he said it looked good, but after playing with it a bit, he loves it. Its sturdy looks great. The knocking is loud and solid. It will put a chill down your spine. Thanks Rick and Tim for all your great service I could not have got my new show ready in time if not for your help. Thanks again

RCPIt came late yesterday just as we were going out for the evening. I wasn't going to unpack it, but of course I had to. I let it sit on the bookcase while I got ready to go out, thinking I would activate it later, but of course I had to try it. It looks even better in real life then the picture. It's believable as part of a real old door, no question. With very little practice it can knock a little or a lot. I would never let someone hold it for fear of them dropping it in fright!!