Annette Ellis just wants to make her neighbors smile. She knows just the “man” for the job. Although, she does point out that Skelly Bones, the 12 foot skeleton that resides in her front yard, is really gender neutral. That’s because Skelly has been a leprechaun, a cupid, Santa, a mother, and so much more.
Annette said that she originally purchased the Halloween ornament for her daughter’s Halloween wedding, but since then has been dressing the character to fit holidays and special occasions.
Having lived in a neighborhood with a strict homeowners association in the past, Annette says she appreciates that she has no rules to follow for lawn decor. Follow Skelly Bones on Facebook at Skelly Bones on Girvin.