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The 28 Best Costumes from Halloween Week in Dallas

The Oak Lawn Block Party and the many nightlife events that explode out of Halloween always produce innovative costumes across Dallas and the universe. This year was no exception.

See also: - The Costumes of the Oak Lawn Halloween Block Party 2012 - The Awesome Costumes of the Halloween Block Party 2012 (Part Two) - The Maxim Halloween Party and Costume Contest

There was Girl With Unzipped Dead Face, Jack in the Box Guy With Crapped Pants Look, and the always ubiquitous Hell Clown! All great costumes. We're picking our favorites, in no particular order. Except Binders Full of Women. That's probably near the top.

 

 

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