Thursday Nov 03 2011 comments Halloween makes for a colorful downtown -A +A Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerSusan Huntzinger got into the Halloween spirit and is pictured here with daughter Desi, 2. Huntzinger was dressed as a 1960's housewife, complete with a peignoir and prescription bottles filled with candy. "I dress up every year. This is my excuse to dress up," Huntzinger said. Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerAlthough enemies on the big screen, the Joker and Batman pictured here like one another. Rafael Escamilla (left) said he dressed as Joker after son, Ivan Escamilla, 4, asked him to. Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerNicole Baker from Dr. Jaime Curtis' dental office hands out pretzels and a tooth brush to Aurora Tetrick, 6; as mother Priscilla Tetrick looked on. Aurora said she was a "dead princess." Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerWyatt Thomas, 22-months-old, swings his bucket as brother, Brody Thomas, 3; strikes a pose as Iron Man. Brody said he likes Iron Man "because he helps people." Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerBetsy Vaughn, 6; and friend Ava Delilla, 6; walk down G Street on Halloween. Betsy was dressed as Tinkerbell and Ava was a witch, a costume she picked "because it lights up." Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerKatie Trott, of Sew Katie Jean, said Magali Perez, 3, had a "so cute" gnome costume.