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I Wanna Be Halloween 

A look at the culture of Halloween costume shopping

Toonie Goyal of Chapel Hill tries to decide if he wants to be a pirate--this year's most popular choice by far--or a police officer.

Toonie Goyal of Chapel Hill tries to decide if he wants to be a pirate--this year's most popular choice by far--or a police officer.

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Party City, a national franchise party supply store in Durham, offers thousands of costume choices for kids and adults. "I Wanna Be Halloween" documents the shopping experiences of three different families as they try to decide on just the right costume for Halloween.

Photos by Derek Anderson.

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