You know what they say—no (goblin) guts, no glory.
Hundreds of adults and children from across Maryland entered the contest.
Just here in Perry Hall, we had a Baltimore County school zone speed camera, a Kenmore washing machine, a Wii remote, a large-headed baby, and many more to choose from—but the Perry Hall pirate family, complete with a pirate ship golf cart and little pink buccaneer, won us over.
As the winner of the $250 prize for the best costume in Maryland, Dan Jarkiewicz is now in the running to be the $5,000 grand prize winner of Patch's Best Halloween Costume in America contest.
The winner will be announced on Monday, Nov. 12.