The Roaming Antique Clown was made by Seasonal Visions and was sold at Spirit Halloween for the 2016 season for $69.99. He wears a long clown dress which is different for a clown animatronic and a long cone-shaped hat. There are two other versions of him, one of the versions is a small doll version which has no animation but he does have one unique phrase. And the other version does not roam but instead, he has arm and head movement and more unique phrases and a deeper sounding voice.

Spirit Halloween's Description Edit

Add the perfect touch to any haunted house with this creepy clown! This scary antique clown is capable of roaming around any room and scaring all of your guests! Don't get to close and try not to scream...because it will only make the clown come to life!

  • Exclusively at Spirit
  • Includes:
    • Clown animatronic
    • Sound box
    • Gear box
    • Motor
    • Instruction manual
  • Product Sayings: "I can't wait for us to play together. Where did all the children run off to? We were going to have such fun together. Hahahaha!"
  • Animated
  • Motion/sound activated
  • Battery Type: 4 AA (not included)
  • Dimensions: 30"H X 9.5"L X 9.5"W
  • Material: Plastic, fabric, electronic, other fibers  
  • Spot clean
  • Imported
  • Note: Recommended for display in covered areas

Trivia Edit

  • Mike Reynolds is the voice actor of Roaming Antique Clown. Mike also voices Creepy Roaming Bear from the same year.
  • According to Jadensvideos the voice actor who voices Roaming Clown also voice acted Corn Stalker.
  • Many people think that the Roaming Clown is a female because of the dress and his voice but he's actually a male because his box describes the clown by using the word him.
  • There was a secret sneak peek of the clown that was sent out only to people who subscribed to Spirit Halloween's mailing list via Gmail.

Gallery Edit

Videos Edit

Roaming Clown Doll - New for Spirit 2016

Roaming Clown Doll - New for Spirit 2016

Happy Homicide Clown SPIRIT 2018?

Happy Homicide Clown SPIRIT 2018?

The none roaming version