I have noticed this as well. I agree that the region has a lot to do with it. And live in the Pacific Northwest and no one could give a rats ass. I have also lived in California, which has more Halloween spirit, and Richmond, VA which was REALLY into Halloween. Halloween in the U.S. started in Virginia so I would assume that has something to do with it. I also know a town in Minnesota is considered the Halloween Capitol of the world so it really must be placed to place, neighborhood to neighborhood. Long live Halloween! The whole “check your Halloween treats for razor blades/poison/drugs” thing has always baffled me.
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There’s only ever been one recorded instance of someone poisoning trick-or-treat candy, and that one case was a father doing it to his own son, not a random trick-or-treater. It’s just a Halloween legend for people who don’t believe in ghosts. Just bought this costume this morning for our 3-year-old so I think we’re doing something right raising him. We’ve been asking him for months what he wants to be and he has never changed from power ranger so finally pulled the trigger. Honestly, I have seen every one of those at stores in the last couple of days with the exception of the troll, buckets, and that specific warhead. The 90s are in right now.