The Home Depot’s 12-Foot Skeleton Is Back for Halloween, and It Brought Its Inferno Pumpkin Friend

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Photo credit: Home Accents Holiday
Photo credit: Home Accents Holiday

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Last year, The Home Depot introduced a skeleton so big, so creepy that it became the viral sensation of Halloween. Not only is the frightening creature back for the 2021 holiday, but it brought a friend: The 12-Foot Giant-Sized Inferno Pumpkin Skeleton With LifeEyes.

Trick-or-treaters just might be too scared to get their candy when you have the Inferno Pumpkin Skeleton in your front yard. Standing at 12 feet tall and 5.83 feet wide, it has posable arms, LCD glowing eyes, and a flame light chest to add to the terrifying decoration. Instead of the classic bone color, these skeleton has rotten-looking bones to add to the chilling vibe. The power adapter will make sure that it glows throughout the night.

If you didn’t get a chance to snag the 12-Foot Giant-Sized Skeleton With LifeEyes last year — it did sell out, after all — here’s your chance to get it for your lawn. At 12 feet tall and 6.41 feet wide, no other Halloween decoration could possibly compare. It starts with a durable metal frame that’s covered in “bones.” The battery- and adaptor-operated piece has LCD glowing eyes and has a 6-hours-on, 18-hours-off time function. It was designed for indoor or outdoor use, you know, if you happen to have super high ceilings.

Both of the Inferno Pumpkin Skeleton and Skeleton are available to order from The Home Depot for $349 and $299, respectively. They each come with stakes to secure them to the ground. Since the regular skeleton was around last year, the reviews are in and out of over 350 of them, it has an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars. So you won’t be disappointed with this standout decoration.

Just like the Skeleton was can’t-miss Halloween decoration of 2020, it’s very possible that the Inferno Pumpkin Skeleton will take that spot this year. Both are officially available beginning July 16, so it’s only a matter of time until they’re all bought up!

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