Slowly, the skeleton stretched, sat up, and got to its feet.
This sight might have been as impossible to explain as it was fearful to behold, but the skeleton was covered with a grisly network of muscular fibers that pushed and pulled its bones along in a crude sort of lumbering locomotion.
The muscles and all the blood vessels and various organs that fed them might have only served to make the specter of the skeleton all the more harrowing, but they were bound up together in a protective covering made of actual human skin.
This certainly made the skeleton less viscerally terrifying, though it left it with an altogether indecent appearance that forced the grim creature to go to its wardrobe and select a series of cloth garments with which to cover itself.
Thus clad, it went out of the house, boarded a bus, and went to an office building where all day long, none of its coworkers had any idea that they were sitting next to a skeleton.