Woman Uses Fake Skeletons to Tell Oregon Drivers to Slow Down

Coleen Towne is tired of seeing people whip around the dangerous curve near her home in Medford, Oregon, so she enlisted the help of two fake skeletons to spread the message to slow down, KTVL reported. Towne dressed up the skeletons, put them in lawn chairs and had them hold signs that say "Slow Down" and "Save Us And You." Towne is hoping the strange sight will make drivers in the area think twice before stepping on the gas.