Archive for the ‘Skeletons’ Category

Twisted Sand Sculpture Hampton Beach
Although a Bit Disturbing, “Entangled” by Guy-Olivier Deveau Took Second Place in the 2015 Master Sand Sculpting Competition Held at Hampton Beach in New Hampshire (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on July 19, 2015)

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A Pair of Mexican Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls Dressed in Festive Holiday Attire for Sale on the Shelves of the Walgreens on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA  (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on October 22, 2016)

Skeleton Witches Shack 3C
A Skeleton Discovered Lurking Within the Shadowy Corner of a Ramshackle Shack on an Undisclosed Street in Worcester, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on October 22, 2019

Skeleton Costume
A Rather Eerie Skeleton Costume For Sale Hangs in One of the Many Unique Vendors’ Booths at the Crompton Collective, a Boutique Marketplace Housed in a Historic Mill Building Located at 138 Green Street in Worcester, Massachusetts (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on October 27, 2014)


A Pair of Skeletal Hounds Seen Guarding a Residential Home on Longfellow Road in Worcester, MA

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A Demonic Baby Spotted Waking Up From a Nap in an Old Fashioned Black Wicker Baby Carriage in Union Square During The Great Pumpkin Festival in Putnam, CT Last October (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on January 16, 2015)

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A Pile of Human Bones on Display in the Front Window of the Speedwell Tavern on Main Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on October 16, 2015)

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The Upper Torso of a Skeleton Seen on the Shelf Waiting to Be Purchased at Walgreens on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on October 13, 2018)

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A Bearded Sea Captain Smoking a Pipe Stands in Front of a Skeletal Pirate Wearing a Rain Slicker and a Mop Head as a Wig in the Store Front Window Display of Nautical Traders on Bridge Street in Salem, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on July 28, 2019)

hr-0967-453-664--0967453664003_20151211024542651Although Skulls and Crossbones, Deathheads, and Winged Skulls Were Quite Common on Early 18th Century Gravestones in America, Ones Depicting Full Skeletons, Like This One Found at the Old Spencer Cemetery, Were Much More Unusual (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on December 11, 2015)