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G. Gordon Liddy went as a plumber that year.

As the above excerpt from Hugh Sidey’s November 10, viagra 1972 column in LIFE demonstrates, Young Andrew’s first Halloween was a truly macabre event…though it lacked the pyrotechnic elan of his first Easter.

Recommended listening: The Daylighters – Mad House Jump (from a 1959 single)

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Actual monsters may be more quotidian (and dangerous) than depicted.

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