House’s camouflage door is unrecognizable as an entrance from the outside Feb 2, 2013• By Abraham• (via Laughing Squid) Share on Facebook Trending TodayReady for Another One?Give us a few more minutes and we'll make you laugh, cry, gasp, or ache... Guaranteed! Japanese men take turns screaming their love to their wives in a public park Chain-saw robot cuts a log into two stools [3 pictures & video] Get the best of 22 Words in your inbox Like 22 Words on Facebook comments Lee Shelton says: Neat, but doesn’t showing the location of the keypad and how to enter the combination kind of defeat the purpose? PECO says: They were being kind to show us the set up. d. fitzwell says: Completely. Wanda says: I own one of these key pads you can easily change the combination :) Hayley says: Awesome! I want one! Pat says: only now she has to change the door code…… misty says: It only takes 15 seconds to change the code. I love my lock like that…no fumbling at the door with bags. It’s fantastic. And when my dogs hear the beeps, they know it’s me. No beeps, time to attack! lol Tom says: The other telltale giveaway is the sidewalk and step leading to the hidden door. :)Actually I think this is a clever idea which would work as a great secret entrance, or an interior hideaway or escape route in case of home invasion. KJQ says: The step is pretty obvious. Also, the fake hose outlet being just a few feet from the real one would get picked up as strange pretty quickly. Hope she keeps the key too, in case of an EMP. Max says: Now you’re really gonna confuse the Mormons and JWs! Sarah says: But, where do you hang your Christmas wreath!? 8-| turtlegirl784 says: Unrecognizable… until you get to the right angle and see the obviously door-shaped outline in the siding. bgarrett says: not quite there. If anyone sees you go thru the door, its not a secret. The doorway needs to be where no one sees the door open BillD says: What door? jt says: *almost unrecognizable. except for the joint seams in the siding. ew. David says: Where can I get one?