Boneyard Boards, Inc. was a popular manufacturer of skateboards in the late 1970's and 1980's, located in Huntington Beach. Their logo was a skull and crossed bones, as in a pirate flag. One of its top-of-the-line models was the Boney Board which was produced between 1978 and 1986. Arthur Delacroix owned one at the time he was killed in January 1980. The board was taken by Johnny Stokes after he killed Delacroix. When Stokes was arrested for car theft, he had to leave the board behind at the home of Don and Audrey Blaylock. Nicholas Trent then bought the board, along with a number of other items, from a garage sale that the Blaylocks held when they moved to Lone Pine.

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