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2004 - General

Here's the new truck! I know, not the best picture with the column in the way, and so forth.
^topJuly 8, 2004
Here's the new truck! I know, not the best picture with the column in the way, and so forth.

Here's the new beast from behind. It still had the temporary tags and everything. :)
^topJuly 8, 2004
Here's the new beast from behind. It still had the temporary tags and everything. :)

For Halloween this year, I was the Grim Reaper. Rather than carry the large heavy clunky scythe, instead I opted for a lantern with greenglass. This costume more or less came together at the last minute, butworked better than planned. I already owned the black garb, which I had made for a wraith/vampiresort of outfit back in grade-school. I haven't used it much since, butI also already had a pair of skeleton gloves to use when handing out candy to trick-or-treaters. This year, I bought a cheap ($8) skull mask,and skeleton feet that are worn over the shoes. Put it all together, andyou have a spooky reaper costume! But it wasn't just the appearance that worked out well... I also acted the part by moving slowly and standing very still... Many people whowalked past thought I was a manequin, until I started moving up behindthem. I managed to freak-out several adults, as well as children. Itwas great fun!
^topOct 2004
For Halloween this year, I was the Grim Reaper. Rather than carry the large heavy clunky scythe, instead I opted for a lantern with green glass. This costume more or less came together at the last minute, but worked better than planned.

I already owned the black garb, which I had made for a wraith/vampire sort of outfit back in grade-school. I haven't used it much since, but I also already had a pair of skeleton gloves to use when handing out candy to trick-or-treaters. This year, I bought a cheap ($8) skull mask, and skeleton feet that are worn over the shoes. Put it all together, and you have a spooky reaper costume!

But it wasn't just the appearance that worked out well... I also acted the part by moving slowly and standing very still... Many people who walked past thought I was a manequin, until I started moving up behind them. I managed to freak-out several adults, as well as children. It was great fun!

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