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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    "Haunted Air," published by <a href="http://bit.ly/1acRKyI" target="external">Trafalgar Square Publishing</a>, is a collection of anonymous Halloween photographers from the United States between 1875 and 1955. The images show the longstanding tradition of creepy and spooky costumes.
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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    This book includes images that were torn from album pages, sold piecemeal for pennies and scattered, abandoned and placed in the hands of strangers, becoming now unrecognizable.. These are the pictures of the dead, including family portraits,mementoes of the treasured and halloween costumes from the past .
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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    Two witches in the making.
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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    These children are scary enough to make their own horror film.
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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    This is one black cat you do not want to cross paths with.
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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    Skeleton costumes have been a longstanding tradition for Halloween.
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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    A happy-faced garbage bag.
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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    A bathrobe, dragon head and a cow head. The dog in the background looks confused about what these kids are wearing.
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  • The Creepiest Halloween Costumes from The Past

    "Haunted Air," published by <a href="http://bit.ly/1acRKyI" target="external">Trafalgar Square Publishing</a>, is a collection of anonymous Halloween photographers from the United States between 1875 and 1955. The images show the longstanding tradition of creepy and spooky costumes.
    Courtesy Haunted Air/Trafalgar Square Publishing
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