Some old costumes at Exit 55 Antiques in Fergus Falls, MN. The black one has orange pom-pons and cardboard pieces (jack-o-lanterns and crows) stuck to it. The traditional dotted clown costume is and truly terrifying because clowns are scary.
Is that someone’s little brother or sister in a chicken costume?! Nope, that’s a real chicken posing with the kids in this vintage Halloween snapshot.
If someone can identify the parade, the college — anything in this vintage photo, please do! Even some of the animal costumes are murky…
The creators of this Samurai costume made of pizza boxes won free pizza for a year from Little Caesars.
A vintage photograph of Alice White, taken by Elmer Fryer in 1929. Here White wears the stunning boots and costume of a pirate girl as she wore in the opening musical sequence of the pre-code musical Playing Around.
Vera Francis and Jimmy Edwards with “midget liquor salesman Frankie Dee.” (I’m pretty sure that means Frankie Dee was a midget; not that he was a salesman of midget booze bottles, like those you find in hotel room bars and on airplanes.)
Yup, that’s Kitschy Kitschy Coo; showing you everything, from midgets to giants.
By Hedi Slimane.
Via Tiki Ranch.
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