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Halloween 2008 Recap

Updated October 21, 2015 8:48 pm • Published
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In Beloit, Wisconsin, Flickr user dayna1 snapped a shot of a Boba Fett pumpkin.

BFFC member, therealmccoy, won 2 Halloween costume contests with his original costume.

Have you seen the costume with Boba Fett hovering on a column of flames?

In Indiana, Robbie went as "good" Boba Fett. Apparently it worked; he collected quite a bounty of candy.

In Southgate, Michigan, The News-Herald mentioned an elementary school first-grader, Brian. "He plans to wear the same costume Halloween night when he gets in some more trick-or-treating time."

In New Hampshire, Ethan's parents, who have a dog named Jabba, took a picture of his superb Boba Fett suit, sans helmet.

In Perryton, Texas, Scott Cummins is a well-known pumpkin carver. You can find two shots of his Boba Fett pumpkin, among a dozen other creations.

Highlands Ranch in Colorado seems Star Wars friendly. You can spot at least one kid as Boba Fett.

In related news, on Halloween eve in Texas, the Dallas Observer covered a mock, K-12 presidential election. One student said he was voting for Boba Fett.

Also related, has a 4-part guide to making your own Boba Fett blaster for next year's Halloween costume. There's another guide to arm gauntlets.

2 thoughts on “Halloween 2008 Recap

  1. therealmccoy says:

    i love Robbie as the "good" Boba lol
    hope everyone had a fun & safe Halloween!

  2. The Fett man... that's who I would vote for.

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