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This Couple Win Halloween With Their 'Dirty Dancing'-Inspired Lawn Skeletons

This Couple Win Halloween With Their 'Dirty Dancing'-Inspired Lawn Skeletons

The photo shows two skeletons in gorgeous outfits recreating Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze's characters based on the film's most memorable dance moment.

Halloween is just a couple of days away and we are set to welcome our favorite holiday with all things spooky. We are certain everyone has already put up their Halloween decor -- be it inside your home or even outside. 

While every Halloween, we come across newer trends and spooky decor that capture our attention, one such couple has certainly won Halloween this time with their yard decor. 

 



 

 

This comes courtesy of Joseph Lee and his wife from Park Ridge, Illinois who took their Halloween decor to a whole new level with Dirty Dancing-inspired lawn skeletons. 

"I'm an '80s kid… so I was like, 'What are some of the ['80s movies] that everybody's seen?'" Lee told Good Morning America.

 



 

 

It all happened last week when Lee's post on Twitter caught everyone's attention. The photo shows two skeletons in familiar outfits recreating Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze's characters based on the film's most memorable dance moment.

 

And that's not all. They had also managed to bring out the Kellerman Resort's end-of-summer talent show with curtains, string lights, and a disco ball to add to it. 

"I love creating something that I've never seen before," Lee told GMA. The couple had also kept two gravestones behind the skeletons with epitaphs that read "Had the time of my life" and "Nobody puts baby in the ground."

They are surely winning Halloween decor this time around, aren't they?

 

Speaking of Dirty Dancing, you can now visit the Kellerman's Resort where the movie was shot. However, we'd like to let you know that there is no actual holiday place known as that but it is actually the Mountain Lake Hotel in Pembroke, Virginia.

 

 



 

 

And that's not all. The resort also hosts three Dirty Dancing-themed weekends a year. This should have been all year round if you ask me! These include a sock hop, a screening of the movie, a watermelon toss, group dance lessons, and a scavenger hunt, according to Cosmopolitan.

 



 

Many actors from the film also stayed onsite at the hotel! So you could also ask the lodge for a tour of rooms that Swayze or Grey graced with their presence. 

Would you like to visit? Let us know! 

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