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From Cardboard to LCD TV Screens: iPhone Halloween Costumes

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Out in Granada Hills, 11-year-old Japhy Frolick rocked this iPhone costume, catching the attention of many in his neighborhood. His dad says three hours before trick-or-treating, he had no idea what he wanted to "be." Nice last minute idea!

And below, a couple of Florida guys went all out and actually created life-size iPhone costumes with 42-inch LCD video screens that show what the costume wearer is doing on his phone. A video is below.

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