From burly construction workers to leggy flight attendants, horror flick characters and sexy warriors, gay Houston turned out big on Saturday for the Eagle's Halloween block party.
Because when the party is too big to be contained inside, why not close the road and take over the street for the second-biggest gay holiday of the year. The bar dished out hundreds in cash prizes during a costume contest and DJ John LePage provided the beats all night long.
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Photos by Paul Stricklin
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