Photo Credit: Donna Kerr Group

Donna Kerr, an estate agent in Maryland, USA, decided that a laugh was needed and filled her open house with skeletons for Halloween.


Maryland, United States of America (20 October 2020) – The world is always in need of a reason to laugh or smile, especially now! This is why Donna Kerr, an estate agent in the USA, turned her open house into a home for skeletons.

Donna may be a 54-year-old woman, but her love of Halloween brings out her inner-child every year. She came up with the idea after seeing massive skeletons for sale online. She bought a giant one for one of her showings that had beautifully high ceilings.

Donna owns the real estate company she works for, Donna Kerr Group, and her staff will often dress homes for the seasons and festivities of the month to make them look homey. She has had great success in the past. The skeletons, being staged in hilarious places around the house, is a totally new concept.

The photos were shared on the company’s Facebook page and quickly went viral.

“Halloween is one of our favorite times of the year, and we think everyone needs a good laugh these days, so we’ve decided to take our DKG skeleton “friends” to listings across the DMV region.”

Take a look at the funny photos below. You can also see more funny images of staged skeletons on Facebook here.

Sources: Facebook
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