Kansas City, North, friends (above) debated Halloween accessories. Kaylyn Ballard helped Grae Harris try on a “comb-over candidate wig.” Barakula (right), is a Barack Obama vampire mask.
Kansas City, North, friends (above) debated Halloween accessories. Kaylyn Ballard helped Grae Harris try on a “comb-over candidate wig.” Barakula (right), is a Barack Obama vampire mask. Jill Toyoshiba JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
Kansas City, North, friends (above) debated Halloween accessories. Kaylyn Ballard helped Grae Harris try on a “comb-over candidate wig.” Barakula (right), is a Barack Obama vampire mask. Jill Toyoshiba JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

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