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Vote: Which Halloween Costume Do You Think is the Best?

Nov. 2, 2020 Staff Report

The entries are in. Now it’s time to vote.

Dozens of Queens residents uploaded photos of their Halloween costumes for the inaugural #bewitchinQueens costume competition.

The Queens resident with the most popular costume—or “likes” —will win a $250 VISA gift card; with the runner up getting a $150 VISA card; and third place $100.

We have come up with a list of popular entrants—and the winners will be selected from the entries below. The participants with the most votes (likes) will win prizes– sponsored by NY Space Finders, an Astoria-based real estate firm.

The voting period ends Thursday 5 p.m. at which point the winners will be announced. Vote Now!


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Talk to me Goose… Meet the new Top Gun! #halloween2020 #queenspost #topgun #bewitchinqueens

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#my little Superman #supermancostume #mylittleboy ❤️❤️ #myson ❤️ #bewitchinqueens #halloween2020

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Halloween: Covid edition This is 2020 in a nutshell. #nathanielhopelee #halinaelliot #bewitchinqueens #halloween2020 @queenspost

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Halloween scavenger hunt with playground friends 😍🎃

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The doctor is in. #plague #the2020experience #halloween #bewitchinqueens

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The #saltshaker me 🧂#BeWitchInQueens . . #Halloween2020

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🚀🐱 & 👩‍🚀🐕 & 👨‍🚀 Happy Halloween Friends! 👻🎃 #bewitchinqueens #spacefamily

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Happy Halloween! Enjoy at a safe distance and wash those [email protected]#bewitchinqueens

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Smurfette and Azrael . . #halloween2020 #piecesofreese #nycostume #smurfs #bewitchinqueens #astoria

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Ollie as Wall•E ready for Halloween! Costume made by daddy bear @krazijesse 😍

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Told you. We love Halloween!

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My favorite Halloween look! Circa 2012. #queenofhearts

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This is my favorite time of the year! #halloween

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