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This The Ring Costume Comes with a TV

Even though I’ve refused to watch The Ring because I know it will be too scary for me, I know the premise of the film. That little bit of knowledge makes this costume by Redditor Jennyann26 that much more terrifying, so if you’ve seen the film, I can only imagine how you feel upon viewing this nightmare fuel. Jennyann26 sewed and painted the Samara costume. She makes the cosplay scarier by carrying around a TV prop she can crawl through. The screen is made from a trash bag-like material, so no one is safe.

You can see video of Jennyann26 climbing through the TV here:

Samara from The Ring Comic Con NOLA 2018 from comiccon


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