To commemorate the spooky holiday which is upon us, Tactical IP would like to scare, I mean share, some All Hallows’ Eve patents with you.
The patent below is not particularly for Halloween but it does back a good punch in the freaky department. That’s why I thought I would share it with you. The Ouija Board was first patented on October 26, 1920 by C. H. McGlasson for which he claims the ornamental design of the board. This “game” board is said to be a medium for which the spirits can communicate to you.
If that doesn’t get your blood boiling, our next patent is a novelty bag wich is sure to do the trick…or treat. A patent for a bag which comprises of a recording device, audio device and remote control which allows a parent to maybe prompt their little one to “remember to say trick or treat.”Finally, for all the pranksters out there. A patent for a clever bowl that allows for a user to insert their hand from the opening in the bottom and grab the unsuspecting trick-or-treater’s hand to insight some fright.
I hope everyone has safe and ghoulish Halloween night. Cheers!