Decorators Find New Use For Expensive Halloween Decoration Some people are keeping up the 12-ft feet tall skeletons. The news website Insider posts photos of skeletons with Christmas lights, presents, ornaments, and Santa hats.
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Decorators Find New Use For Expensive Halloween Decoration

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Decorators Find New Use For Expensive Halloween Decoration

Decorators Find New Use For Expensive Halloween Decoration

Decorators Find New Use For Expensive Halloween Decoration

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Some people are keeping up the 12-ft feet tall skeletons. The news website Insider posts photos of skeletons with Christmas lights, presents, ornaments, and Santa hats.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. One of the most popular Halloween decorations this fall was a 12-foot skeleton. The skelley (ph) sold out before October, even though they cost 300 bucks. People naturally want to recycle now, which explains why some people are keeping up the giant skeletons. The news website Insider posts photos of skeletons with Christmas lights, presents, ornaments and Santa hats. Any kid who thinks the skeleton is Santa better watch out.

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