At least, they looked ghosts. They were pale, life-sized, and headless. Like bad guys from a Scooby Doo episode with costumes that are one part flour and two parts mirrors.
They seem kind of art installation-y, but I can’t find anything about them online. And I did like a good five minutes of searching. I’m guessing that since they’re in the foyer of a theater, that they represent generic movie costumes and characters. But even if the idea was, “Let’s put weird-o ghosts all over the ceiling,” that’s just as valid.
So headless ghosts…at a 4D theater…in a furniture store…renowned for its Christmas village.
Excuse me while I go update the OTIS Map of New England Oddities.