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BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 18: A visitor looks at a skeleton on the opening day of the Bodyworlds (Koerperwelten) exhibition in the Menschen Museum (Human Museum) on February 18, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The latest incarnation of anatomist Gunther von Hagens' exhibition of plastinated human bodies, installed permanently under the Berlin television tower (Fernsehturm) at the city's central Alexanderplatz square, opened after a local court ruled that the while the specimens preserved by a process that replaces natural human material with a synthetic resin do in fact count as corpses, they do not violate burial codes. Organisers say more than 15,000 people, predominently from von Hagens' own country of Germany, have agreed to donate their own corpses to his exhibitions. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)

People on social media are going wild right now for a Halloween decoration from Home Depot . . . it’s a giant 12-FOOT SKELETON you put in your front yard.  They cost $300, but they’re temporarily sold out right now.

Home Depot's gigantic skeleton is Halloween decoration of the year | Boing Boing

Behold as an enormous rubber lich heralds the final ruin of the American republic-and then check out Home Depot's 12ft Halloween skeleton, a $300 investment where the first nightmare is simply getting it home. The seasonal viral seasonal sensation of 2020, the Home Accents 12 ft.