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Halloween decorations put haunted twist on Thanksgiving at Parma home

This house on Dorothy Avenue is putting a unique spin on Thanksgiving this year.

PARMA, Ohio — What happens when Halloween decorations collide with the Thanksgiving season?

Well, check this out!

There’s a house in Northeast Ohio that’s putting its own haunted Halloween twist on Thanksgiving this year.

Just take a drive down the 8000 block of Dorothy Avenue in Parma and you’ll find a giant 12-foot skeleton from Home Depot that's seated at a table for Thanksgiving dinner. Oh, and it's wearing a pilgrim-style hat.

A bartender skeleton -- known as Dean The Deathologist -- is seen standing nearby to serve up some glowing green drinks with various turkey decorations dotting the front lawn.

Happy Thanks-oween!


Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published in an unrelated story on Nov. 14, 2022.

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