Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Another Knoxville Halloween down

I hope everyone had a Happy Halloween yesterday and this past weekend. I love how when the holiday falls near the weekend, Knoxville spends night upon night in festive attire. This city has taught me a lot about Halloween, and I know if I ever move from here, it will most likely be on Halloween that I'll miss it most. Many thanks to all those who dressed up and made it a good one this year.

I noticed a strong Dia de Los Muertos presence this year. Also, lots of nerds and bloody people, even bloody nerds. I like, too, how lots of people wore normal stylish attire but had dark makeup around their eyes- Halloween's fashion models.

Here are some photos taken before the TVB Halloween Alley Cat Race last night. These crazy people rode about eight miles around town in their costumes. Pretty awesome.

All I have to say is: girl on right with unibrow.

I assume the guy on the left is dead somewhere in a ditch. How he rode on a bike in that thing, I don't know.

Can you guess what Wild Bill and I are? Btw, I think he just wanted an excuse to bare his chest.
In other news, they started decorating for Christmas today in Krutch Park


lucas said...

fun fact about wild bill's halloween costume: it was originally a costume for my home town's production of the lion king worn by best friend's little sister, who was about 12 at the time. glad to see it is still getting some good use.

samuel said...

Didn't realize I raced with Wigshoppers. Such prestigious company! Anyway, I was the guy in jeans and Pres Pub shirt and gray helmet, alas uncostumed.

Alice said...

I LOVE your costume!