We all know that this Halloween is going to be a little different.  Moms and Dads may be a little hesitant about the kids going out trick or treating this year. For some it won't change at all. All in all it will still not be the same as most Halloweens in the past.

The parties may not be held but the feel of the Halloween season will still be with us.

So with some not doing the obvious for this time of year, i.e., getting geared up with the purchasing of candy and decorations, at what point will we see everything back to what it used to be?

In case you didn't know, Halloween is the evening before the Christian holy days of All Hallows' Day (also known as All Saints' or Hallowmas ) on November 1 and All Souls ' Day on 2 November, thus giving the holiday on October 31 the full name of All Hallows' Eve (meaning the evening before All Hallows' Day).

So, for those that will move forward with Halloween, it's getting closer. The masks, the makeup and the costumes on the shelves. If you haven't already picked out what you or the kiddos are wearing for Halloween, it will happen very soon. If you're still wondering what to wear if you're planning on enjoying it then we've got some ideas for you.

We all remember as kids that costumes weren't as extravagant as the ones that are available these days. You want to come up with something different to wear but you're just not sure what it would be.

If your looking at wearing something a little more on the spooky or creepy side of things, check out these costumes from year's past.

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