The Home Depot Is Bringing Back This Viral Find, and Shoppers Are Already Lining Up

published Mar 14, 2024
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The warmer weather may barely be here, but The Home Depot already has its mind on Halloween. This year, they’ve got a host of new animatronics, and of course, a consistent favorite. 

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I’m talking, of course, about Skelly, the 12-foot tall skeleton that steals the show every Halloween. This year, his LCD light eyes feature 8 new settings, allowing you to entertain trick-or-treaters in all sorts of different ways. As usual, he retails at $299. And this time around, he doesn’t have to stand alone — you can also grab man (or skeleton’s) best friend to accompany him! 

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The Home Depot just announced that it’s also dropping a 5 ft. Skeleton Dog this year, which also features programmable LCD eyes. The skeletal pup is 7 ft. in width and has a pose-able mouth, so you can make him as mean or welcoming as you want. 

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Want to go a little spookier? You can also get the Knight Dullahan, a towering 9 ft. tall knight who seems to have lost his head in death — quite literally. The spooky champion is seated on his equally spooky steed, ready to provide some truly terrifying chills to anyone who passes by your house. 

If you’re looking for something that ventures out of the skeletal, you can also opt for Frankenstein! The 7 ft. animatronic features life-like movement and even voices some of the iconic lines from the movie. It’s a true Halloween classic!

The rest of the collection features Murderous Maple, a spooky, animated tree, Captain Cuts, an eerie pirate, a talking Plague Doctor, and a card-playing Jack of Spades skeleton. There’s something for everyone in this collection.

Unfortunately, The Home Depot hasn’t shared the prices for any of the new releases yet, other than Skelly. Halloween decorations usually come out in mid-summer, so it’s likely that they will share the prices then. Make sure you have your Halloween decor wishlist ready!