Fort Mill, Sc- Halloween themed houses are usually decked out with eyeballs, spider webs, and scary jack-o-lanterns. They typically put more emphasis on tricks than treats, but one family has found a way to make their house frightening friendly.
During the month of October, Steve Miller and Tracy Adams’ Halloween decorations are the talk of their Fort Mill, South Carolina town. The two are passionate about Halloween and they express their creativity freely for the festivities.
For the entire month, they launch a project called, “Baxter Skeletons” on their porch. They decorate their porch with a couple of skeletons dressed in quirky costumes or doing wacky activities. The skeleton couple has been spotted surfing, camping, skiing, eating ice cream, etc.
Miller and Adams never display gruesome exhibits, making their house a family favorite.
The “Baxter Skeletons” tradition began last year, but the pair plans to keep it going for years to come.