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The Home Depot’s famous 12-foot skeleton has nothing on the retailer’s latest oversize Halloween release. This year, shoppers can score a Jack Skellington figure that measures a staggering 13 feet tall, making it the largest piece of spooky decor we’ve seen yet. The lawn ornament looks just like the Pumpkin King from Disney’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” — black pinstripe suit, hollow eyes, and all. It comes equipped with color-changing LED lights to illuminate the face at night, so trick-or-treaters will feel like they’re smack dab in the middle of Halloween Town when they approach your home.
Thanks to built-in motion sensors, the animatronic character’s head and mouth move when people walk by, and it also sings three different melodies from “Jack’s Lament.” If you prefer the figure to have a more sinister appearance, swap out the face plate for a second option with more evil-looking eyes.
The 13-foot Jack Skellington joins a host of other larger-than-life Halloween decorations to be offered at The Home Depot this year, including a 12-foot witch that hovers above the ground, an eight-foot grim reaper with a pointy scythe, and, of course, the ever-popular 12-foot skeleton with light-up eyes. The Home Depot’s 2023 Halloween products will be available in stores starting at the end of August, but select decorations began rolling out online on July 13. Shop our top picks so far ahead, and stay tuned for more items to drop online this month.