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Mr. T Ghost Don’T Pity No Fools, Scares ‘Em Instead

by Lambert Varias

Breaking news! Three kids were harassed this past Halloween by an unidentified flying object. Its body was white and shapeless, it had a menacing expression, and it had rotor blades for arms:

mr t flying ghost

Creepy eh? Actually, that’s Mr. T, a robot made especially for Halloween by Michael aka Utah Aerials. Mr. T is based on the KKMulticontroller, which can be used to make small helicopters with up to 6 rotors. In Mr. T’s case he has two prop-tilt rotors driven by Turnigy motors. Mr. T’s spectral form hides the KKMulticontroller and a battery. Here’s Michael’s awesome video of Mr. T terrorizing his neighborhood:

Michael, next year I think you should try turning Mr. T into the Goblin Glider, then just place a Green Goblin figure on top. Then you go as Spider-Man and you can “rescue” the citizens from Green Goblin. But judging from your maniacal laughter I’m guessing you’d rather ride Mr. T and be Green Goblin.

[via Hacked Gadgets]

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