Ten opened a "House of Horrors" on Saturday to celebrate Halloween and gay Atlanta filled it with cowboys, sailors, masked heroes, scary clowns and sexy cops.
DJs Rob Reum and Daryl Cox delivered the music and Ten delivered the costume contest prizes.
In case that wasn't enough, Ten offered a "2nd Chance Costume Contest" on Monday as an excuse to celebrate Halloween on the actual holiday.
That's how gay Atlanta rolls for Halloween.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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