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Jeepers Creepers! Colossal Skeleton Cruisin’ the City Goes Viral

Do you know how to tell when autumn is official? When you see a giant skeleton driving out of the parking lot in a Jeep.

It’s safe to say that fall is here and the spooky season is upon us. We know this because we just saw a giant skull decoration sitting in a Jeep pulling out of a Wegmans parking lot. When we say giant, we mean giant.

The Skeleton Sentence was sitting in the back seat of the four-door car. The top is well away from the Jeep, so there’s plenty of head and arm room in the giant’s upper half. The rear doors were removed so that the lower half of the frame had enough legroom to hug the vehicle’s exterior. Oh, and the Jeep side steps make perfect footrests. Without a doubt, it’s the perfect ride for this spooky Halloween creation. look by youself.

We know what you’re thinking. First of all, this is awesome. Second, how to obtain it. Well, good news! They’re actually not that hard to find.

Where can I buy giant skull decorations?

There are many places where you can buy larger than life size skull decorations. If you have a vehicle that fits this thing (like a Jeep), you can purchase one from your local hardware store.

Home Depot now for sale 12-foot giant skeleton with LifeEyes LCD eyes $299.

home depot, canva

home depot, canva

If you don’t have a car to pick up these bad boys, you can take the delivery route. Amazon has similar products, but may cost you more than $1,000. oops!



Either way, it’s sure to grab some attention and take your spooky celebrations to the next level. Here are some comments from reviewers:

“Hands mean he’s questioning the way you’re driving, and I like that.”

“Love it! These are my kind of people!”

“This is pure beauty! I pray for the ultimate blessing for that one and I will fight anyone who stops it”

“This would be great for a suitcase or treat. He needs a drink after leaving Wegmans”

The house from the original ‘Halloween’ movie is for sale

A home currently for sale in South Pasadena, California. Appearing in the 1978 horror classic, Halloween. In the movie, the home is where Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her family live. Strode became the target of Michael Myers after escaping from a mental hospital in the fictional town of Haddonfield, Illinois.

See: How Halloween has changed over the past 100 years

stacker compiled a list of how Halloween has changed over the past 100 years, from the way we celebrate it to the costumes we wear when trick-or-treating. We’ve included events, inventions, and trends that have changed the way Halloween is celebrated over time. Over time, many traditions were eliminated. But like the fake blood on the carpet, every bit of Halloween history has left traces that we can see today.

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