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The Five Most Twisted and Tasteless Costumes of Halloween Weekend

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You couldn't swing a bag of candy without hitting a costumed character this past weekend during the buildup to Halloween, particularly at local bars and nightspots.

Countless revelers and nightlife patrons embraced the spirit of the scary season and donned alter egos and colorful outfits for the evening. 

Not every costume was good, however. Truth be told, some were downright creepy. Among the Lady Gagas and Black Swans, which seemed to be the most popular choice for women, (and not to mention all the Top Gun pilots and Mad Hatters) were a variety of outfits that were both outrageous and offensive.

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