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Trick-or-treaters flock to The Dungeon

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Residents were at The Dungeon in Barrigada Heights this morning to purchase some last minute Halloween costumes. Dededo resident Ester Fejeran says she stopped by to purchase a costume for her newborn niece before trick-or-treating tomorrow.

"This place, it's a one-stop shop/store. Everything is here! And the prices aren't that expensive as I thought it was. It's pretty good, but you just have to come early about this time because it gets pretty packed. Mad fever," she said.

The Dungeon is just one of a few stores selling various costumes on Guam. Fejeran says her family will be gathering tomorrow at her brother's neighborhood in Asan.

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