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Deep Ellum Brought the Edge on Halloween Night

We think we see bunny wabbits.
We think we see bunny wabbits. Mike Brooks
Deep Ellum is used to seeing some odd characters, and Halloween night did not disappoint. People took to the streets of Dallas' entertainment district to show their creativity on Sunday night, and it was a mixed bag of tricks and treats for watchers.
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Is it Bonnie and Clyde?
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A mixed bag of costumes.
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These women want to remind us of the dangers of COVID.
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Some people call them space cowboys.
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Someone said his name three times.
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The young pope.
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Maybe it's Maybellene.
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A boxer and a knockout?
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Get well soon.
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Bewitched.
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Clowning around in Deep Ellum.
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Well, ahoy to you, too.
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Knight and day.
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Is it Cruella or Sia?
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Red meat.
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Daylight saberings.
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Smooth sailing.
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Dia de los Muertos.
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Not for arachnophobes.
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She's grrrreat.
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What's in the cards?
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Tutu cute.
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When you take a "Which Disney princess are you?" Buzzfeed quiz.
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Jokers, smokers, mightnight tokers.
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