A little early, but for those who wish to try their own skill at this, it may require time. A little factoid: Halloween is actually the Celtic, Eve of All Hallows and the "new Year" in the Celtic belief system. The thinking was that between the end of one year and the beginning the new year, the dead could come back to haunt one, so it was best to make loud noises and dress up to scare the buggers away.
Interestingly enough the symbols of an old man and young baby are still used in western tradition with the Jan 1 New Year and we still make loud noises out of celebration.
Here is the wikipedia entry on Halloween for fellow pedants, and for those truly interested in the origins and cultural shifts in the holiday, here is a book on it Halloween: From Pagan Ritual to Party Night.
.I am going to go as a Moody's ratings Zombie (employee) walking around with a AAA stamp putting it on everything that moves :) Still have to convince my wife to follow me around dressed as a CDO dealer trying to buy everything I stamp AAA.