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Handmade Halloween Displays Delights Visitors and Helps the Community

It's the third year for "Bones Lawn Cemetery" at 23rd and Washington Avenue in Terre Haute. Bill Bones is the creator and mastermind - and he hand makes each piece that's displayed. The spooky site takes 30 days to construct, a year to plan, and thousands of electrical cords to make these creatures move. The decorations will come to life every night from 7 to 10, through Halloween. You're encouraged to bring canned food or monetary donations, which goes to the 14th and Chestnut food pantry.
Another spooky fundraiser for the 14th and Chestnut food pantry was thrilling visitors.

It's the third year for "Bones Lawn Cemetery" at 23rd and Washington Avenue in Terre Haute.

Bill Bones is the creator and mastermind - and he hand makes each piece that's displayed.

The spooky site takes 30 days to construct, a year to plan, and thousands of electrical cords to make these creatures move.

Every piece of the decor is controlled by a computer program, then set to music.    

Bones says it's not hard work, it's a labor of love.

"That's really what keeps me going, keeps me doing it, to see the kids who really enjoy it. Watching them out in the yard just dancing and singing with the songs and then knowing because of them because of this we are allowed to help the 14th and Chestnut food pantry to help those who are less fortunate," said Bones.

The decorations will come to life every night from 7 to 10, through Halloween.

You're encouraged to bring canned food or monetary donations, which goes to the 14th and Chestnut food pantry.

Bones also puts on a Christmas show every year.
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