As someone who grew up loving all things Halloween as a kid, I'm sorry, but they are being way too hypersensitive over this. Not to mention, it's Halloween, it's *supposed* to be scary and frightening. I'm more offended by kids who dress up as benign stuff like a "princess" or a Teletubby or some other "non offensive" drivel. Funny for these people to complain, because in just a couple more weeks, they're going to be whining that there's a "war on christmas". Log In When I was this girls age I had a freaking subscription to Fangoria, had already seen Faces of Death and Suspiria, not to mention The Exorcist, A Nightmare on Elm Street, a couple of the Friday The 13th Films, and many other horror movies. I *lived* for stuff like this and *loved* it when some houses in my neighborhood went out of their way to put up scary displays.