Jeff and Ellen Pitkin went the extra mile and created their own Beatles tribute by way of Halloween decorations! They have specifically done an Abbey Road tribute, showing four skeletons with wigs of the individual Beatles members in a walking formation. They also have a road sign in the middle by the name of Abbey Road.\r\n\r\nThe two put the Halloween tribute together in honor of the 50th anniversary for the popular Beatles album. The display in their yard is one of the many other decorations that can be seen in the background of the photo below. Looks like they certainly love to get festive for the season!\r\nThis 'Abbey Road' Halloween tribute is absolutely amazing!\r\nhttps:\/\/www.facebook.com\/NewsChannel13\/photos\/a.97834270317\/10156553451405318\/?type3&theater\r\n\r\nSince WNYT shared the photo on their Facebook page (sent in from Jeff and Ellen themselves) it has gone viral! It has over 1.2k comments, over 11k shares, and 7.1k reactions from people all around the world. Many people have been commenting on the photo and showing their appreciation for the people who took the time to do this!\r\n\r\n"Oh, I love this especially the way you connected the 50th anniversary of the Beatles \u201cAbbey Road\u201d and Halloween. It\u2019s perfect," someone says. Another person chimes in, "I love that they even kept Paul out of step! Great job."\r\nOther Celebrations for 50 Years of 'Abbey Road'\r\n\r\n\r\nA few months ago, thousands of fans gathered at the actual Abbey Road location to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the album. Beatles member Paul McCartney didn't make an appearance at Abbey Road this year, but he did last year to commemorate the making of the photo. Around 3,500 fans would gather at the North London street. This includes Beatles impersonators and other diehard fans with their guitars and more!\r\n\r\nTake a look at the video below from when McCartney made his walk across Abbey Road last year. Many Beatles fans cheer him on as he walks along.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BlkvFK3ATBr\/\r\nFind out John Lennon's least favorite Beatles song and WHO it's a knock off of.\r\nClick To Play Daily Trivia In The New DYR Arcade!