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Controversial Halloween Costumes of 2015

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October 13, 2015
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Controversial Halloween costumes of 2015


The Walter Palmer DDSWalter Palmer made headlines after killing Cecil the 13 year old Lion in July of this year. The costumes features:A severed lions head.A smock and gloves with fake bloodDentist tools in the front pocket.This can be found at costumeish.com as well as Cecil's revenge.

The Call Me Caitlyn


This costume has a few variations as you have the choice of both the Vanity Fair cover Jenner as well as Olympic Medalist Jenner.

Options include:

The Caitlyn wig or wig and corset

The Decathlon winner track star with optional medal.

Accessories can be purchased individually to mix and match at Spirit Halloween.


The Kim Davis

As Famous Focus put it: Another touchy option that Halloweeners have this year is to dress as the conservative Kentucky clerk who famously denied gay couples marriage licenses after gay marriage was legalized in the state. All trick-or-treaters need for this costume is a long brunette wig, a Bible and a big mouth.

The Pots For Tots


This children's costume features a plush marijuana leaf nestled around a baby.

Some think it's funny and some think it's way to far. Can you guess where we stand?

Find it at brandsonsale.com


The Clock Boy

While this one has been pulled from most sellers, it's not too hard to make your own.

You will need:

A NASA shirt


A briefcase with a clock face and wires.

* Please don't make it actually count down. We don't anyone to be arrested or shot for their clocks.

Even if you don't plan to dress up this year, you can rack Halloween in style with the Walking Threads collection.

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