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New London becomes Halloween Town

Published October 26. 2013 4:00AM   Updated October 26. 2013 2:35PM
Tim Cook/The Day
Zombie dancers from the Nathan Hale Magnet Elementary School for the Performing and Visual Arts take to City Pier stage to perform a choreographed dance to Michael Jackson's Thriller as Halloween costume clad children and their families flock to the New London's Waterfront Park by the hundreds for Halloween Town Friday, Oct. 25, 2013. The Halloween-themed event featured hay rides, dance performances, costume contests and other forms of family friendly fiendish fun.

New London's Waterfront Park took on a colorful air Friday as Halloween Town celebrated the upcoming hallowed evening with hay rides, dance performances, costume contests and other activities.

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The average American will spend $75.03 on Halloween. How much do you spend?
Much less than that. I make my kids' Halloween costumes and give out cheap candy.
$75.03 barely pays for my kids' masks.
More than $200 because the grownups in the family join in the fun too.
Hand-me-down costumes get us through and we turn off the house lights at 9 p.m.
We go all out. It's our favorite holiday.
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