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Eight scary Halloween costumes to watch for in Utah next week.

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8. The MySpace Terror: A 12-year-old Trick-or-Treater dressed as a 40-year-old convicted sex offender dressed as an 18-year-old “hottie.nn

7. The Smoker: Pack of cigarettes, lighter and parka adorned with scarlet “S.”

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6. The Avenues Democrat: Tweed jacket over an Inconvenient Truth T-shirt, holding a latte and a “Recyclable Materials Only” candy bag.

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5. The Suburban Republican: Mr. Mac suit with Sean Hannity “I’m a Great American” pins, holding a Super Big Gulp and a concealed-carry candy bag.

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4. The Drunken Skier: Suit, skis, poles and open container. Also available: The Stoned Snowboarder.

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3. The Ghost of Super Dell: Spiky-hair wig, paraglider and combo cell phone/handgun with optional pamphlet, “Remember Dell?nn

2. The Diebold Voting Machine: Ominous gray box with ridiculously easy access. (Note: Candy recount could go well into December)

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1. The Ferret-Lipped Pinhead: What, are you new?

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