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Spirit Halloween's store manager suggests costume ideas

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Spirit Halloween on Veterans Parkway was crowded with people buying those last minute Halloween items especially costumes.

There were long lines at the cash register and the parking lot full Friday afternoon at the store. Store employees say that there has been a steady flow of people since the doors opened.     

Manager Rachel Carlisle says superhero costumes have been flying off the shelves. She also has some suggestions if you can't find the costume you're looking for.    

“Use what you have in closet and buy your accessories from us. I kind of dressed as a nerd today. I used my own clothes and bought accessories. I got nerd glasses and suspenders along with a bow tie and dressed it up a bit,” Rachel Carlisle said, Spirit Halloween Manager.

Carlisle says Spirits will be open on Saturday, Oct. 31, and if you're looking to buy things for next Halloween they will  be open until Nov. 2.     

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