TULSA - Apparently, a lot of people plan to make a political statement when they trick-or-treat or attend costume parties this Halloween.
Cathy Jansen at Halloween Express on East 71st Street near the Barnes and Noble tells KRMG her two hottest costumes this year are " believe it or not -- Indians and flappers."
But, she added, a lot of people come in "wanting fake money so they can make a costume of the national debt."
We also noted a mask called "Zobama," which depicts President Obama as a zombie.
There was a pretty scary version of former President Bill Clinton as well, though his wife Hillary got somewhat better treatment.
Another mask called "Hellary" didn't really look like the former first lady, though that's a judgement call.
Jansen said kids' costumes can start as low as $5, while her most expensive outfit is a men's pirate costume that comes in at about $175.
For most people, though, she told us they can expect to spend around $50, give or take $10, for a decent costume.
Her store opens in September and will close this year a couple days after Halloween.
She said she sometimes offers deals on the costumes after Halloween, then stores the leftover inventory for next year.
KRMG spoke with several people at the store.
They told us about their plans, which included a hippie girl, "Velma" (a character from the popular cartoon Scooby Doo), and a purple peacock.
We're interested to hear some of the other costume ideas our readers and listeners have.
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