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Not even Katrina could destroy the Mardi Gras spirit in New Orleans. Here, revelers parade last Halloween dressed as spoiled refrigerators -- a common sight when thousands of refrigerators were left by the curb after Hurricane Katrina knocked out power for weeks, causing their contents to rot.

Image credit: Photo by David Rae Morris

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Image Archives: Stories: Ye Olde Archives: SPECIAL: Hurricane Katrina

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