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Jonesboro, AR--Lauren Payne Reports

Three Magic Words On Halloween Gets A Bucket Full Of Goodies

October 31, 2004--Posted at 10:30 p.m. CST

JONESBORO--It's the spookiest night of the year, and kids across the world, are hoping those three magic words will fill their buckets with sweets.

Here in Region 8, trick or treaters were out in full force looking for the best treats in town.

You shouldn't  be surprised to look out your window and see a superhero strutting on the sidewalk, or Tinkerbell twirling from house to house.

When you open the front door, and hear those three little words, you must deliver a big reward.   

Suckers, chocalate bars, and Sweettarts seems to be the candy of choice for  trick or treaters we followed around.

Many parents chose to trick or treat  at churches or community centers  this Halloween, as a safer alternative to going door to door,

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