Skelly, a rare 12-foot skeleton decoration that sells for $299, has been hunted by some shoppers for years. "Since its introduction in 2020, the skeleton has for many come to
represent the face — or at least the cheekbones, eye sockets and mandible — of Halloween," per The New York Times. One shopper estimates she has made more than 15 trips
and 50 calls to Home Depot stores around New Jersey over the last two years in her quest to buy the skeleton.
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