‘My neighbors change these skeletons every day for Halloween. I think I finally need to share them.’: Woman documents neighbors’ amazing Halloween efforts

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“My name is Sami Campagnano and I live in Wesley Chapel, Florida. My neighbors change these skeletons every day for Halloween, and I think I finally need to share them.

Sami Campagnano

I noticed the skeletons moving around a few days into October and started to snap photos of them to compare all of them because I thought it was so creative. The neighborhood we live in is a new neighborhood so everyone who lives there has just moved in within the last few months, a lot of the houses are still being built. They said they have been doing it for years though!

Sami Campagnano
Sami Campagnano

Then the next day it got better…

Sami Campagnano

The next day was amazing…

Sami Campagnano

Here are some more from this month…

Sami Campagnano
Sami Campagnano
Sami Campagnano

Sami Campagnano
Sami Campagnano

Here they are having a pool party today!! I recommend zooming in and looking at all the detail!

Sami Campagnano

I was very surprised to see the tweet I did of their movements blow up in the way it did. I only had about 170 friends on Twitter originally.

My neighbors’ names are Bob and Bill and when I went over to talk to them about the tweet last night and to show them that it went viral, they had already seen it and were caught up on it and were so excited They knew exactly who I was. They just put out the skeletons to make other people happy. They just want people to stop and see something joyful in your day.”

This story was submitted to Love What Matters by Sami Campagnano, 19, of Florida.  Follow her on Twitter here. Submit your story here, and be sure to subscribe to our best love stories here.

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