I got this with the larger skeleton, and they make a wonderful mother and child combo for the front porch. This little guy is lounging on a chair with his mama and looks awesome. Well worth the price and easy assembly.
September 22, 2010
outdoor halloween prop
the picture looks better than it does in person its very small, i will use this as a prop with my happy Halloween sign. its a o.k product.
September 26, 2014
Small Cheap But not Cheap Enough
These are much cheaper looking in person that I thought they would be. They are some what jointed and are just molded plastic with no detail what so ever. They are also much smaller than the picture leaves you to believe. Save your money and go to a dollar store somewhere instead. I am currently sending them back. I have found most of OTC Halloween items disappointing and over priced for what you get. Add in shipping and it doesn't make any sense to buy through them.
August 19, 2014
This skeleton is hollow, light weight and can blow away easily if left outside. I purchased one at another store for same price and it was solid and looked great.
November 2, 2011
Looks like a teeny skeleton...too small, but for the price, what can you expect..
July 26, 2011
Great Eqypt decoration
We needed decorations for our embalmer's booth at our Egypt VBS. This is perfect and a good price. It isn't a full size skeleton (remember only 3 ft), but worked great for us!
May 25, 2010
Cheap with great potential
Are they cheap? Yes. Are they realistic? Not really. But they have great potential. Use a little creativity, some simple materials and you too can have a great skeleton.
I made mine into a zombie busting out of the ground. I painted it (shade of blue/Grey), cut out the eye sockets and installed ping pong balls. Made new hands with model magic, used dowels to stiffing it up and hot glue in places to hold it together then I mounted it on a base, used expanding foam for dirt and presto!
Ordered, shipped and recieved within a week too!
My yard will now be zombieville USA, filled with these!
January 15, 2010