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13 insane, sexy and ghoulish costumes you’ll see at HauntFest 2015

Candy Hale of Piqua came to HauntFest on Fifth as the movie character Jigsaw. The annual Halloween event brought out the costumes, both silly and spooky, to Dayton's Oregon District on Oct 31.

Candy Hale of Piqua came to HauntFest on Fifth as the movie character Jigsaw. The annual Halloween event brought out the costumes, both silly and spooky, to Dayton’s Oregon District in 2009. (Staff photo by Chris Stewart)

You’re going to see an awful lot if you venture out to HauntFest on Fifth, the frightfully fun Halloween street party set for 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. this Saturday in Dayton’s Oregon District.

Some of the un-dead eye candy you’ll taken in at the 30th annual bash on Fifth Street between Patterson Boulevard and Wayne Avenue will actually look like awful ghostly ghouls covered in gore.

Other costumes will leave you in stitches or scratching your head and wondering WTH?

The annual event is all in bloodcurdling fun and worth the admission: $5 at the gate before 9 p.m. and $10 after.

It includes

There are popular costume styles every year at HauntFest. Harley Quinn and Star Wars costumes are among the most popular costumes for Halloween 2015, according to Google. Check out  Google Frightgeist to see how popular your costume is expected to be this year.

That said, there are outfits and such you are sure to see each year.

Here are 13 costumes we expect to see at HauntFest:

Wonder Woman

Archive HauntFest on Fifth Photo.

HauntFest on Fifth archive photo.

Really confident pirates

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2011 HauntFest photo contributed by E.L. Hubbard

Gals who won’t be dressed for the weather

(left to right) Shellie, Danielle Hurt and Kate Booher get ready to party at HauntFest 2006, in Dayton's Oregon District, Saturday night. (Contributed photo by Peter Wine)

HauntFest 2006. (Contributed photo by Peter Wine)

Guys who won’t be dressed for the weather

The Oregon District celebrated its 25th year of Hauntfest Saturday Oct. 30. The event is the largest and longest-running Halloween block party around. Jim Noelker/Dayton Daily News

The Oregon District celebrated its 25th year of Hauntfest in 2010. Jim Noelker/Dayton Daily News

People who think inside the box or bowl

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Parents

HauntFest on Fifth brought out the costumes, both silly and spooky, to the annual Halloween event on Oct. 31, in Dayton's Oregon District. (Staff photo by Chris Stewart)

HauntFest on Fifth brought out the costumes, both silly and spooky, to the annual Halloween in 2009. (Staff photo by Chris Stewart)

“Pimps & Hos Fo Sho” … we don’t make up the rules

The Oregon District celebrated its 25th year of Hauntfest Saturday Oct. 30. The event is the largest and longest-running Halloween block party around. Jim Noelker/Dayton Daily News

The Oregon District celebrated its 25th year of HauntFest in 2010. The event is the largest and longest-running Halloween block party in the Dayton area. Jim Noelker/Dayton Daily News

People who just don’t try very hard

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Creepy clowns (gulp)

Archive HauntFest on Fifth Photo.

Archive HauntFest on Fifth photo.

Jason

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Epic Rock Heroes

HauntFest on Fifth brought out the costumes, both silly and spooky, to the annual Halloween event on Oct. 31, in Dayton's Oregon District. (Staff photo by Chris Stewart)

HauntFest on Fifth brought out the costumes, both silly and spooky, to the annual Halloween event in 2009. (Staff photo by Chris Stewart)

M&Ms

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A gang of “M & M’s” back in 2003. (Archive photo by Judith Wolert Moldonado)

Creepers

HauntFest on Fifth brought out the costumes, both silly and spooky, to the annual Halloween event on Oct. 31, in Dayton's Oregon District. (Staff photo by Chris Stewart)

HauntFest on Fifth. (Staff archive photo by Chris Stewart)


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