This house is home to some pretty spooky inhabitants, who will leave you positively amused.
Steve Miller and Tracy Adams of Fort Mill, South Carolina, take their Halloween decorations very seriously. The two adorn their porch with a quirky skeleton pair that wear a different outfit or do a different activity each day during the month of October. The project called "Baxter Skeletons" started last year. The skeletal tableaux, which have included everything from a family picnic to a dance party, have since gained quite a bit of popularity around town.
The Baxter Skeletons, which are never meant to be terrifying or violent, have brought a lot of joy to both adults and kids alike.
"People say it is a bright spot in their daily routine and that it makes them happy to see something so positive and fun. Our scenes are never gory or macabre, which makes them very unique, so parents and children love that aspect as well," Miller told HuffPost in an email.
Miller and Adams say they've had a blast bringing their creative spark to the community's Halloween and plan on continuing the project for years to come.
Check out some more of the Baxter Skeletons displays below, and visit their Facebook page here.
Picnic With Fang