We just celebrated the First Day of Spring so of course we're talking about Halloween decorations. It's 2024, and stranger things have happened.

It May Be Spring, But We're Talking All Things Halloween

Home Depot announced last week that they will be bringing back the viral 12-foot skeleton that took over front lawns during Halloween 2020. On Instagram Home Depot explains that said skeleton has a name: SKELLY.

The home improvement store adds "We’re excited to share that Skelly will be back this Halloween season along with a new companion and friends."

It looks like Skelly has a skeleton version of man's best friend, a headless horseman-type figure, and a skeleton mobster. Check it out:


When Can You Get Your 12-Foot Hudson Valley Skeleton?

As we mentioned, it's still very early in the 2024 season so Home Depot doesn't have their Halloween decor out just yet. But according to a response in the comment section on Instagram, we should see some updates in the summer.

Home Depot writes:

We can't confirm any official launch dates, but make sure to follow our social channels for more information about our Halloween assortment launch this summer.

That gives customers just enough time to save up $300 to purchase their own Skelly.

Poughkeepsie, NY Family Brings Front Lawn to Life Every Halloween

Skelly the skeleton has been spotted on numerous lawns across the Hudson Valley throughout the fall. The Dellamura family makes the large skeleton a main staple on their lawn every Halloween.

Can you spot the 12-foot skeleton on the Dellamura Family lawn? The Dutchess County, New York family goes all out for Halloween every year with a wicked display. Take a look at their display from Halloween 2023 below:

Poughkeepsie, NY Family Has Halloween Fun with Hauntingly Charming Front Lawn Display

As the sun goes down in Poughkeepsie, the Dellamura Halloween light display will illuminate the nights and frights!

And their 2022 display:

Poughkeepsie, NY Family Turns Front Yard into 'Haunted Graveyard' For Halloween 2022

This Poughkeepsie, NY culdesac has taken a hauntingly fun turn. Where is your favorite Halloween decoration display?

While we're on the topic of spooky, check out this list of haunted bars across New York State. Drinking with ghosts sounds...fun?

20 Haunted Bars Across New York State

Did you know that New York State is known for it's haunted bars and restaurants? Here's 20 haunted bars across New York you should make a visit too. Thanks to ChatGPT for this list:

Gallery Credit: Dave Wheeler

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