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Halloween shoppers haunting early at Easley's Fun Shop

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Halloween is nearly four weeks away and shoppers are already getting an early start.

At Easley's Fun Shop in Phoenix, the store is fully stocked with some of this year's hottest costumes, but they say it won't last for long. 

It's anything but a ghost town at Easley's Fun Shop.

The parking lot is full of customers streaming in.

Everyone there is on the hunt for the perfect Halloween costume.

Easley's is in its 67th year in Phoenix and is three generations strong.

In the beginning, it was all about the masks and capes.

Today, it's more about pop culture.

"I'm getting a lot of calls for things like Breaking Bad," said Debbie Easley.

Whether traditional or modern, creative or easy, trick or treaters are knocking on Easley's door a little earlier this year, hoping to snatch the right costume before it's gone.

"Right now, well we have everyone with imagination. It's across the board. We are stocking up everything. It's awesome," said Easley.

You can look through aisles of cloaks, dresses, wigs and masks.

For shoppers at Easley's, it's all about getting a handle on Halloween before it creeps up on you.

The National Retail Federation says on average, shoppers will actually be spending about $5 less this year on costumes than they did last year. 

Easley's Fun Shop
509 W McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
www.easleys.com

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