Saturday, October 10, 2020

Skeles in the Dark

Last night was the annual ghost tours of Manitou Springs.  His Lordship and I attended with our guests Baby M and Son of Nell plus Judy and Craig.  But more about that later.  Today I want to post about a few more skeletons that have popped up.  
This is the skeleton for the Carnegie Library - it is very similair to what they did last year.

The Legrande Accents Boutique has an beautiful underwater scene with skeleton mermaid.  Love the jelly fish and all the vegetation.   She wears a crown of shells and a macram√© tail.  I shall have to try to get better photographs.

Piramide has put a skeleton in more of their fine clothes.
At the MAC, this skeleton is standing on their oversized childrens desk.  I am not really sure what it is - a magician, fortune teller, or a psychic?  What's your guess?
The Heritage Center has this display of a skele reaching for - what else?  His pets.

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  1. I absolutely love the skeleton mermaid.

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    1. Yes - I think she is my favorite thus far.

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  2. The skelly mermaid is fantastic! And I think that's a fortune teller skelly because of the crystal ball.

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    1. Ok good deduction - I was not sure if that was a ball or a globe or what the fu@* it was.

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  3. So even skeleton dogs like to chew on bones?

    Piramide has put a skeleton in more of their fine clothes

    I know they like models to be really thin, but.....

    Great collection. The town is keeping its spirit alive even despite losing the coffin races.

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    2. Sorry had to delete the last comment. Proofreading is not my long suite. Those models - there is not an ounce of fat on them. We are keeping the spirit alive and despite the pandemic, with our mask order, our cases are relatively low. I have yet to see a skeleton in a mask!

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    3. That makes sense -- it's the people who don't wear masks who are likely to begin their careers as skeletons sooner than the rest of us.....

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