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Photos: More San Diegans In Halloween Costumes!

The second batch of Halloween photos are here and this one includes the first pet photo (there's more to come). If you missed the call out, Culture Lust is inviting San Diegans to send in their favorite Halloween photos for all to see.

We've already received some good ones, including a San Diegan who dressed up as "Michael Vick's Dog Walker."

We'll cap off the fun by talking costumes and Halloween goodies next Wednesday on These Days.

I'll be posting the submitted pictures in batches of over the next week, so you have plenty of time to send me your Halloween best.

Email your pics to me at

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Deanna Chew's dog Kona as Batman. This isn't the only pet costume I've received, but it's definitely one of the cutest.

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Yvette Roman sent me this very fun pic of "Toy Story" costumes that were all homemade! In this photo: Tania, Gustavo, Nedra, Bruno, Armando Rome, Nerin, Yvette, and Rudy.

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Dana Springs as a fortune teller Madame Marmalade. It's all about the turban and the leopard pants.

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KPBS producer Megan Burke as actress Tippi Hedren in "The Birds."

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Chuck McPherson, with one of the ladies that liked "tall, dark and gruesome", won Best Halloween Costume as the Grim Pirate during the 2009 St. Clair Gallery Invitational Art Show in El Cajon, CA

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Maggie Mahoney and her dog Moxie turned zombies. The detail of the tape outline on the floor is a touch of genius.

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This is Delia Rugamas in her cute/clever costume Kittens for SALE.

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Bob Rose sent me a couple and I've decided to publish them all. He's "The Phone Booth" from Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures/Bogus Journey. Not Bill or Ted, mind you, but the actual phone booth.

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A close up of Bob Rose as the Phone Booth from Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.

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Another from the industrious Bob Rose who says this is Rick Moranis. He adds..."I didn't say it was a good costume."

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