The Baltimore skeleton display is a Halloween highlight in the neighborhood

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You never know what to expect from the skeletons in the Baltimore man’s yard. Eric Lawton has been dressing up the skulls in the front yard every day since October this year. “This is really interesting,” Lawton said. “I just come up with ideas. Sometimes they will float in.” You never know what these skeletons will look like day to day-from what they wear to what they are doing. “It’s like a drunk robe party, I did’sing in the rain’,” he said. “Halloween is my holiday. I am not a person who likes Christmas or any other holiday. Halloween has always been like this, so I decided,’Let’s do it.'” He has a holiday theme like July 4th. , There are some awareness raising, such as breast cancer. “Very close to my heart. I have a 40-year-old niece and I have a younger sister who is experiencing it now,” he said. He said that it is not difficult to be creative, and the price is not expensive. “Five dollars-Goodwill’s jacket. Must like it,” he said. In a potentially negative world, Lawton said he just wanted to create some positivity. He said his neighbors liked him and said: “I have met many people like this, including my neighbor next door, and told me that this brings the whole community together. “From start to finish, it usually takes him about 45 minutes to get everything right until the last detail. To commemorate the visit of WBAL-TV 11, the key staff is a news staff, including Stan Stovall and Gerry Sandusky. Well, breaking news, Lawton has a grand plan for Halloween.

You never know what to expect from the skeletons in the Baltimore man’s yard.

Eric Laughton (Eric Laughton), starting every day in October this year, will dress up the skulls in the front yard for Halloween.

“It’s funny,” Lawton said. “I just come up with ideas. Sometimes, they will come up.”

You never know what a skeleton will look like from one day to the next—from what they wear to what they are doing.

“It’s like a drunk robe party, I did’sing in the rain’,” he said. “Halloween is my holiday. I am not a big Christmas or any other holiday. Halloween has always been like this, so I decided,’Let’s do it.'”

He has holiday themes, such as July 4th, and some to raise awareness, such as breast cancer.

“Very close to my heart. I have a 40-year-old niece and I have a sister who is experiencing it now,” he said.

He said that creativity is not difficult and not that expensive.

“Five dollars-Goodwill’s jacket. Will love it,” he said.

In a potentially negative world, Lawton said he just wanted to create something positive, and he said his neighbors liked it.

He said: “I have many people, including my next-door neighbor, telling me that this brings the community together.”

From start to finish, he usually takes about 45 minutes to get everything accurate to the final details.

To commemorate the visit of WBAL-TV 11, the key staff is a news staff, including Stan Stovall and Gerry Sandusky.

Unabashedly, breaking news, Lawton made a grand plan for Halloween.

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