The two skeletons and their skeletal dog named Fang — all dime-store purchases made by home owners Steve Miller and Tracy Adams, both graphic designers — can be seen rocking out with their band Fracture one day, and kayaking down the front steps the next.
Miller and Adams started posing their skeletons last fall. When the weather got too cold for them to sit out on their front porch as they often did, they put the skeletons in their place.
When they shifted their positions one day, a neighbour commented that the skeletons moved. So Miller started shifting the skeletons’ positions, and even giving them tasks.
Now Miller and Adams consider their skeletons’ daily changes a neighbourhood tradition.
"A lot of our neighbours thought all this was quite spectacular," Miller told TODAY.com. “We are now knownRead More »from ‘Baxter Skeletons:’ Undead family entertains South Carolina neighbourhood