The Theme for 2006 was "Pajama Party"

Karioke and on the right are the best costume prize winners - Dead Men Do Wear Plaid

The Theme for 2005 was "Black & White"

I struggled with this year's theme. First I figured a "Pajama Party", but then that concept just didn't seem that good. Then, I thought that I could prepare 4 different invitations and send out invites with Pajama Party on one, Broadway Shows on another, Kitsch on another, and Animals on another. The idea would be that everyone would show up in different types of costumes, thinking that their costume was the theme. It would be a trick on the guests. Somehow, after thinking and laughing about it some more, I rejected that idea and came to the Black & White and Shades of Grey theme, which was shortened to Black & White. I anticipated penguins, harlequins, chess pieces, black and white movie stars, early television shows, etc.

The winner of the prize for best costume was Perry, a photographer, who came as a negative. Lincoln was just one of the black and white costume figures that were used for decoration so he appears with almost everyone.

The new crypt table and Rebecca before going black and white

Halloween Museum Links

Go back to Halloween Museum, page 1

Halloween Images from 2001, page 1a

Trick Or Treat Bags, page 2

Parties and Decorations, page 3

Halloween History, page 4

Crepe Aprons from 1910s to 1920s, page 5

Halloween - Jello Sculpture instructions & my graveyard fence, page 6 

The Hippie and Jumpsuit Parties, page 8b

The Hobos, Togas and Murder Mystery Parties, page 8c

The Famous Couples Party 2013 and the Day of the Dead Party, page 8d

Vintage Halloween Costumes for Sale, page 9a

Vintage Halloween Trick or Treat Bags for Sale, page 10

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