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Twitter goes into frenzy over Halloween lawn decorations: 'They deserve an award'

Katie Mather
·2-min read

Twitter users have gone crazy over a Halloween display that hits a little too close to home this year.

Comedian Brian Stack shared a photo of his neighbor’s elaborate Halloween display, where a skeleton is sitting at a desk and on a Zoom call with other skeletons. It looks exactly like what happens to me when I am in a Zoom meeting after 5 p.m.

The neighbor, Judy Tygard, apparently has had creative Halloween lawn decorations before.

“Last year, they had a skeleton being chased up a tree by a dog skeleton,” Stack wrote in a follow-up tweet.

Others chimed in to share their neighborhood lawn decorations and they did not disappoint — one even included the enormous Home Depot skeleton.

"That is genius!" someone replied.

"This is flawless and they deserve an award," another added.

People across the U.S. have had a lot of fun with the Halloween decorations this year. One man in New York built a giant animatronic spider, complete with baby spiders dangling from a massive web in front of his house.

In areas like suburban Chicago, Halloween lawn decor is a competition worth any cost. People work on props for months — especially this year, where several people interviewed by the Chicago Tribune said that layoffs earlier in the year inspired them to focus on crafting for Halloween.

Bring the pumpkin patch home with these adorable Halloween cupcakes:

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