A man’s display of a massive skeleton on Halloween goes viral

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HOLD HANDS THEY SING. THIS IS GOING TO BE A CRAZY MOMENT FOR THEM. TALK ABOUT A HOUSE WITH GOOD BONES. THIS IS A VIEW OF ALAN PERKINS’ HOME IN OLMSTED FALLS, OHIO OUTSIDE OF CLEVELAND, AND IT LOOKS LIKE A SKELETON IS EMERGING FROM T-ROUE NOT A TINY SKELETON. THERE IS A 12-FOOT SKELETON STANDING UP AND SMALLER ONES SCATTERED AROUND. I DON’T EVEN KNOW HOW TALL THAT HEAD IS. PERKINS SHOULD — SAID HE USED REAL CARPET AND ROOFING. CLEARLY THIS IS TIME. IT’S FOR A GOOD CAUSE. HE GOT A PARTNER OF SKELETONS FOR SAINT JUDE TO TAKE MONEY FOR THE HOSPITAL. THE GOAL IS $45,000. THEY ARE $46,000. THEY HAVE ACHIEVED THEIR GOAL, BUT THEY ARE ALWAYS GOING FOR A GREAT THING. SAINT JUDAS PROVIDES INFORMATION TO OTHER LOCAL HOSPITALS AND SHARES.

A man’s display of a massive skeleton on Halloween goes viral


An Ohio man takes Home Depot’s popular 12-foot Halloween skeleton a step further with a display that has since gone viral. Alan Perkins lives in Olmsted Falls. He recreated the same spectacular display as last year, adding a few new additions this year, including a massive pumpkin. Watch video from his display last year in the video player above. A giant 12-foot skeleton looks small compared to one that appears to be bursting from the roof of a house. Perkins said he used real shingles and roofing materials to make it look like a skeleton is breaking through the roof. He also used pallet boards and stapled them together for additional window decoration. And it helps a good cause too. Perkins is partnering with Skeletons for St. Jude to raise money for the children’s research hospital. As a result of fundraising, more than 100,000 dollars have already been collected.

An Ohio man is taking Home Depot’s popular 12-foot Halloween skeleton a step further with a display that has since gone viral.

Alan Perkins lives in Olmsted Falls. He recreated the same spectacular display as last year, adding a few new additions this year, including a massive pumpkin.

Watch video from his display last year in the video player above.

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A giant 12-foot skeleton looks small compared to one that appears to be bursting from the roof of a house.

Perkins said he used real shingles and roofing materials to make it look like the skeleton was breaking through the roof.

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He also used pallet boards and stapled them together for added window trim.

And it helps a good cause too.

Perkins, in partnership with Skeletons for St. Jude raised money for a children’s research hospital. As a result of fundraising, more than 100,000 dollars have already been collected.

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