Have a safe and happy Halloween
Halloween is just around the corner, everyone wants to have a safe and happy Halloween for themselves. Their guests, especially their children. Using safety tips and some common sense can help you make the most of your Halloween season.
Here are some safety tips:
1, Wear flame retardant costumes and make sure the costume is colored so the drivers drive on the road can see your colored costume to avoid a car accident during the night.
2, Trick or treat in familiar neighborhoods in groups, or accompanied by an adult.
3, Watch out for open flames in jack lantern.
4, Stay on the sidewalks and out of the streets. Cross only at intersections and designated crosswalks. Walk, no running. Follow traffic signal and don’t jaywalk.
5, Consider having a party instead of Trick or Treating.
For the special trick or treating, you may need to watch who is coming to knock at your door, the little kids or the teenager? Then you can prepare different gifts for the cute kids. You can use your home security camera and watch the live view from the camera and know who is coming.
If you own a haunted attraction of any kind, you should consider buying a security camera for your haunted house. It’s a great way of attracting more visitors in the future. You could also use the same security to actively scare visitors. Live footage from your security camera can be on display for your visitors while they are in the attraction to create some unsettling haunt scenarios.
If you already have a Titathink security camera with night vision, you can turn on the night vision, then you can take a video from the camera and expect lots of night vision scenes, like someone jumping to the camera video to scare the video for fun.
Whether you have a Halloween party or trick or treat outside, have a safe and fun Halloween.