My first Halloween as a single dad and I'm lost on what to get my children for costumes this year. It's a good thing I'm not waiting until the last minute 😂. My youngest wants to be a ghost and I forget what Liam wants to be as I said on-air on Tuesday.

The City of Pittsfield did cancel the parade this year; however, Trick-or-Treat is a go for this Saturday night!

I was poking around Target the other day and found a slim selection of costumes left and with the fact "Spirit Halloween" did not pop up here in the 413 this year, hopefully, you're on it if you have trick-or-treat thirsty kids.

If you're still unsure of what to do for a costume, maybe you should consult the following list!

THE 10 MOST POPULAR MASSACHUSETTS HALLOWEEN COSTUMES

 

1. WITCH

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2. RABBIT

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3. DINOSAUR

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4. SPIDER-MAN

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5. CRUELLA DE VIL

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6. FAIRY

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7. HARLEY QUINN

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8. COWBOY

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9. CLOWN

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10. CHUCKY

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NOT IN THE TOP TEN, BUT SHOULD BE? SQUID GAME!

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I am through episode 6 of "Squid Game" and I really enjoy it. If you don't like violence, you won't like it!

Information courtesy of Google's Frightgeist.

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