Halloween, Props & Decorations

Home Depot Halloween 2024: Skelly Dog, Inferno Deadwood, and Frankenstein’s Monster Make Their Debut

As retailers continue to celebrate nearing the halfway point to Halloween, The Home Depot has officially debuted some of its newest Halloween props and animatronics. On Thursday, the home improvement retailer released limited quantities of its fan-favorite 12-foot skeleton along with new additions Skelly Dog, Inferno Deadwood Skelly, and Frankenstein’s Monster.

The Home Depot’s halfway-to-Halloween drop went live around 6:30 a.m. ET, and sadly, the latest releases sold out in less than an hour, but the 12-foot Skelly is still available for purchase as of the time of this writing.

While you won’t be able to get your hands on any of the new releases at this time, the halfway-to-Halloween drop allowed us to get some official details about some of the new releases that were first teased back in March.

Skelly’s Dog

The canine companion for the popular 12-foot skeleton stands seven feet tall and features LCD light-up eyes that move and blink, just like Skelly. It also has poseable features such as a jaw and a tail that can be positioned to preference.

7 Foot Skelly Dog from The Home Depot
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Skelly’s Dog costs $199, and while sold out for halfway to Halloween, you can sign up to be notified when it goes on sale for the upcoming Halloween season via its product page.

Frankenstein’s Monster

(Image: The Home Depot)

This all-new animatronic of the iconic monster stands seven feet tall and is motion sensor activated. Frankenstein’s Monster features arms that move up and down and eyes that move and blink. His bolts also feature blue LED lights for an electrifying look.

The Frankenstein’s Monster animatronic costs $249, and you can sign up to be notified when he is back in stock via his product page on the Home Depot website.

Inferno Deadwood Skelly

Home Depot’s latest giant skeleton, Inferno Deadwood Skelly, stands 12.5 feet tall and looks as though it’s made of mangled branches. It features animated LCD LifeEyes that move and blink, poseable arms, and a color-changing light-up chest and skull cavity.

(Image: The Home Depot)

Inferno Deadwood Skelly costs $379, and you can sign up to be notified when he is back in stock at HomeDepot.com.

Based on past years, The Home Depot’s full 2024 Halloween lineup will likely arrive online and in stores sometime in July.

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