The Herald Bulletin

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October 29, 2013

Secondhand savings for Halloween

Recycled items create unique Halloween costumes and decorations

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ANDERSON, Ind. —

“All you need is a little bit of imagination and inspiration,” Perry said. “You can go traditional, unique or a little bit of both.”

Jeffrey Demos works at the Anderson Goodwill and enjoys wearing his holiday creations to work. In the week leading up to Halloween, Demos has cleverly disguised himself in a variety of clown costumes, as well as a 1970s disco dancer and a magician.

Some of his outfits still have the Goodwill tags on them and Demos said he is happy to sell the items – with the exception of a colorful clown wig he wears.

“That’s the only thing that’s not for sale,” he said with a laugh.

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