BALTIMORE - Americans apparently aren't too scared to spend money on Halloween this year. According to the National Retail Federation, seven in 10 Americans are expected to spend big next month. That's a ten year high.
Consumers are expected to shell out more money on costumes, decorations and candy this year, driving total Halloween sales to $8 billion.
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